Books by Nalin Mehta
BEHIND A BILLION SCREENS: WHAT TELEVISION TELLS US ABOUT MODERN INDIA
For many businessmen, the driving force seems to be ego as much as political influence.
Nalin Mehta
Web | May 17, 2015


Behind A Billion Screens: What Television Tells Us About Modern India
Politicians, real estate, chit funds and large corporations now have deep stakes in the majority of the news TV business in most Indian states.
Nalin Mehta
Web | May 16, 2015


Olympics: The India Story
Impeccable research in workman-like prose, thematically arranged and cogently argued.
Boria MajumdarNalin Mehta
Magazine | Jul 23, 2012


Olympics: The India Story
Is a successful London 2012 possible for India? Or will a sports culture remain an illusion with India not bothering to look beyond cricket and turning into a multi sporting nation?
Boria MajumdarNalin Mehta
Web | Jul 03, 2012


Olympics: The India Story
Until the early 1980s, cricket was not the most pre-eminent Indian game. It was popular but hockey was the ‘national game’ and soccer was equally popular in large parts of the country. What happened?
Boria MajumdarNalin Mehta
Web | Jun 26, 2012


Sellotape Legacy: Delhi And The Commonwealth Games
A brick by brittle brick expose on the quagmire of the CWG, and the stupefying audacity of its guiding spirits
Boria MajumdarNalin Mehta
Magazine | Oct 04, 2010


India On Television: How Satellite News Channels Have Changed The Way We Think And Act
Firm editorial control is a cure for the dangers of live TV, the inanities of anchors and politicians
Nalin Mehta
Magazine | Sep 22, 2008


Olympics: The India Story
Discovering The Archive: Extracts from the Prologue to the book
Boria MajumdarNalin Mehta
Web | Jul 21, 2008




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