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Mar 25, 2019
Tina Biswas on The Antagonists, writing about the AMRI tragedy and Kolkata's politicsTina Biswas on the characters of The Antagonists, writing about the political churning in Kolkata and her British style of humour
Mar 07, 2019
Rafale row: Legal wrangles must not divert attention from shortage of aircraft, efforts to modernise IAFRafale row: If India is again going to be mired in a scandal and finger-pointing, New Delhi will lose sight of its primary objective which is to modernise the Indian Air Force
Oct 17, 2017
Talwars, Shashi Tharoor are all victims of trial by media: News channels give fourth estate a bad namePressure is building on seeking financial restitution from the media as a direct fallout of this mad hurtle to hurt for TRPs and eyeballs and footfalls that have compelled us to drop the basic tenets of journalism
Apr 16, 2016
Board for Commentary Censorship in India: Sacking of Harsha Bhogle by BCCI an ominous warningArray
Feb 20, 2016
How Oscar-nominee 'Spotlight' holds up a mirror to the shameful behaviour of the India mediaSpotlight is a must-watch for people in the media, as well as people who consume the media, because it reaffirms a belief in the ideals of journalism.
May 29, 2015
Media grills and pins down stars: Amitabh BachchanBollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who has had thousands of media interactions over his 40-year-old glorious career, says he finds it nerve wracking
Nov 18, 2011
Press Council walk out is counterproductiveThere is no doubt that there needs to be introspection on how news media conducts itself and how, ideally, it should. This requires debate and discussions and consensus building, not childish walkouts.
Aug 29, 2011
Why didn't the media address corruption before Anna?While media needs to be congratulated on cornering government on larger cases of corruption, such as the 2G scam, the CWG scam, the mining scam and so on, they paid scant attention to the culture of corruption that directly affected the common man – a constituency that Anna Hazare understands well.