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VS Naipaul and I: How I became a character in 'A Million Mutinies Now', but my life didn't change
Life

VS Naipaul and I: How I became a character in 'A Million Mutinies Now', but my life didn't change

In 1988, Bangalore was witnessing the explosion of the IT industry, and VS Naipaul wanted to witness this miracle for himself. After two books where he had been critical of India, he wanted to talk about how India was transitioning

Journalist S Nihal Singh dies at 88, editor was known for opposing Emergency, coverage of 1965 India-Pakistan war
India

Journalist S Nihal Singh dies at 88, editor was known for opposing Emergency, coverage of 1965 India-Pakistan war

Veteran journalist S Nihal Singh passed away in New Delhi on Monday following illness, his family members said. He was suffering from kidney-related ailments. He would have been 89 later this month.

Waterproofing is not that big a necessity for the customer: OnePlus CEO Pete Lau
News & Analysis

Waterproofing is not that big a necessity for the customer: OnePlus CEO Pete Lau

Lau defended the underwhelming display, the lack of waterproofing, and the striking similarity of the device to the iPhone 7.

NDTV India ban: Modi govt shows Emergency is just one of many ways to curb dissent
India

NDTV India ban: Modi govt shows Emergency is just one of many ways to curb dissent

A pattern has become distinctly comprehensible since the Narendra Modi government came to power in 2014 with a thumping majority

Bad journalism makes a lot more noise: Raj Kamal Jha's speech at Ramnath Goenka Awards
India

Bad journalism makes a lot more noise: Raj Kamal Jha's speech at Ramnath Goenka Awards

Good journalism is not dying; it is getting better and bigger. It's just bad journalism makes lot more noise than it used to do five years ago. And that is why I think the remote control should get the R&G award for excellence in journalism."

Surgical strikes: Our dailies offered prudence, balanced caution and chest-thumping
India

Surgical strikes: Our dailies offered prudence, balanced caution and chest-thumping

Post the surgical strikes against Pakistan across the Line of Control (LoC), there is one similar theme running across the editorials published in newspapers on Friday — that of silent jubilation, if not effusive.

After Panama Papers comes Bahamas: Leak exposes 475 India-linked names with offshore accounts
World

After Panama Papers comes Bahamas: Leak exposes 475 India-linked names with offshore accounts

The release of Bahamas papers comes days before the 30 September deadline of the Indian govt for individuals and corporates to declare their hidden wealth

Fresh claims about Amitabh Bachchan in Panama Papers; actor refutes the report
World

Fresh claims about Amitabh Bachchan in Panama Papers; actor refutes the report

A fresh report on the Panama Papers alleged Amitabh Bachchan "participated" in board meetings of two off-shore companies "by telephone conference"

Gadkari on a yacht, mobile phones for MPs: Express scoop reveals Essar's internal emails
Business

Gadkari on a yacht, mobile phones for MPs: Express scoop reveals Essar's internal emails

In an explosive report, the Indian Express newspaper has said that the Essar group, a multinational conglomerate with investments in the sectors of steel, energy, infrastructure and services, routinely engaged in highly unethical behaviour

Pakistan terror boat: Protesters burn photos of journalist Praveen Swami in Delhi
India

Pakistan terror boat: Protesters burn photos of journalist Praveen Swami in Delhi

Even as the debate continues on whether the boat that exploded off the Gujarat coast on 31 December was a 'terror' boat or not, protesters sporting saffron scarves burnt photos of journalist Praveen Swami who is the Nation Editor of The India Express outside the newspaper's New Delhi office.

VK Singh confirms 'secret fund', but for 'social work' in J&K
India

VK Singh confirms 'secret fund', but for 'social work' in J&K

Former Army chief General VK Singh refuted claims made by a report on The Indian Express that he was the brain behind a unit within the Army which had tried toppling the Jammu and Kashmir government using secret funds. In an interview with Rajdeep Sardesai on CNN IBN, he suggested that a 'coup story' like the one on IE is politically motivated and the facts furnished by the paper are highly questionable.

Rupee will find right value depending on macro factors: FM
Economy

Rupee will find right value depending on macro factors: FM

The value of the rupee will be decided by macroeconomic conditions, finance minister P Chidambaram said today, adding that he expected some recovery in the currency after sharp losses since May.<br /><br />

Did BJP just get endorsed by one of India's leading intellectuals?
Politics

Did BJP just get endorsed by one of India's leading intellectuals?

Did the BJP get its first mainstream media endorsement in Pratap Bhanu Mehta's IE column?

Rail Budget 2013: Bansal promises austere measures as losses mount
Budget 2013

Rail Budget 2013: Bansal promises austere measures as losses mount

Committing to improving the financial health of the Railways, Bansal also highlighted his short-comings.

Indian Express asks for the mother of all embarrassments
India

Indian Express asks for the mother of all embarrassments

The Indian Express group has sent a legal notice to Manu Joseph, Editor, Open magazine, and Vinod Mehta, former Editor of Outlook, and others threatening to sue them for a total of Rs 500 crore for the latter's remarks on the IE Army movement story.

Proposed media bill is not #mediagag, It's a non starter
India

Proposed media bill is not #mediagag, It's a non starter

The Indian Express story on a proposed media bill is giving it much more credibility than it deserves - and why are they dragging Rahul Gandhi into it?

Parl panel quizzes Defence secy on military preparedness
India

Parl panel quizzes Defence secy on military preparedness

Parliamentary Standing Committee will look into the recent controversies involving the Army. Defence Secretary Shashi Kant Sharma will brief the panel on India's defence preparedness.

Army coup: Someone down the line got it wrong, Minister says
India

Army coup: Someone down the line got it wrong, Minister says

The Minister of State for Defence said he was not aware if the movement of troops was a violation of protocol but said there was no need to be alarmist about it.