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Nov 30, 2018
Shubha Mudgal on OML's #MeToo row, NH7 Weekender concert: 'What is needed is a clean-up, not a closing down'Shubha Mudgal asks, 'Would a closure of the company or companies like OML, or a complete closedown of events like NH7 Weekender be the solution to the almost all-pervasive problem of women being exploited in workplaces?'
Nov 29, 2018
OML's response to sexual harassment allegations undermines women's trauma, insults #MeToo movement at largeThe silence from the music and entertainment industry, barring Azadi Records and Disco Puppet recently, on The Caravan magazine article about OML and Vijay Nair has been eerily deafening, writes Tanushree Singh
Nov 13, 2018
Only Much Louder responds to #MeToo allegations against the company, founder Vijay NairThe insinuation that the company was complicit in some sort of predatory behaviour while Vijay Nair was the CEO is entirely false, said Only Much Louder in its statement
Aug 09, 2018
The difficulty of being NH7 Weekender: Damned if it does, damned if it doesn'tIn NH7's praise and its scorn lies a mirror to who we are and what we’ve become — are we moving with the times and the industry or are we choosing to be stuck in a time-warp of musical stagnation?
May 17, 2017
Vijay Nair sexual harassment case: Rising incidents against men emphasise need for gender-neutral laws in IndiaSexual harassment incidents committed against men (with the perpetrator being a woman) such as the Vijay Nair case are increasingly being reported and make one wonder whether we need gender neutral sexual harassment laws in India
Dec 02, 2016
NH7 Weekender: The case for and against catching Steven Wilson and cohorts in the fleshFor the last three years or so, a certain stagnation has set in with the choice of artists in NH7 Weekender’s line-ups.
Aug 06, 2013
NH7 Weekender reboot: Only 9,000 tickets this year, say organisersThis year, Bacardi NH7 Weekender will be cutting the number of festival attendees down to half. But as OML director Vijay Nair points out, it's for your own good.