Profile of Paranjoy Guha Thakurta
While books have been written on the subject, the question continues to be raised: Does the right to free expression include the right to incite hatred, disrupt public order and create social tensions?
Healthcare, India’s great failure, has formed fearful, ugly scabs. This is an unflinching look.
A TV journalist burnt his fingers in a Gupta brothers’ venture in Zuma’s South Africa. His pacy account is an indictment of a thoroughly corrupt regime.
Bidwai’s last book is a passionate analysis of the Left’s loss of relevance
My weekly fix of left-wing liberalism coupled with large dollops of masala sex and mirchi violence.
Highly recommended reading, not only for those who are part of the media in India but those who are not as well.
Exclusive extracts from a new book on the KG Basin gas controversy reveals for the first time the views of two key players well acquainted, through first-hand knowledge, with Reliance’s moves on the pricing and use of natural gas
When we were callow young Stephanians during the Emergency
Not quite an ‘authoritative’ biography, simply because it comes a bit too early
The PM, Raja, TRAI, telecom firms... the apex court lets no one off the hook
More than mere autobiography, this book encompasses a large slice of contemporary history
Pay and they will publish you. It’s a short stop to doomsday from here for our media.
The report they don't want you to read. Full text of the controversial report by the Press Council of India's subcommittee to probe the Paid News scandal
Tell-tale flotsam establishes A. Raja’s culpability in the telecom scam
Not an "official" biography but the author, more than just a grudging admirer of Mayawati, takes us on a thrilling ride through her political career.
WPI, the official barometer to measure inflation, doesn't reflect retail realities
Is India's top science man, R.A. Mashelkar, guilty of compromising national interest, and misusing status for personal gain?
Is ONGC a victim? Should private players be favoured? A rift flares up.
The KSE was voted "best performing" for four years. Is it ready for the big league?
Promoted to RBI dy governor, then demoted. Is his caste the issue?
The manner in which the airport privatisation bids were handled has raised many questions
Avid newspaper readers seeking exclusive tidbits may be disappointed but the book does more than rehash the numerous articles that have appeared on Reliance.
Marqusee captures the spirit of an epoch that has gone by but still lives within many of us. In Dylan's own words: "Ah, but I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now".