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Paul Beckett, South Asia Bureau Chief - WSJ and Dow Jones, speaks to Madhu Trehan on whether the “big India” story has turned sour, his familiarity with Indian idioms, stitching together a “community of interest” around India and if India deserves better journalism...

Paul Beckett, South Asia Bureau Chief-WSJ and Dow Jones, speaks to Madhu Trehan on whether the “big India” story has turned sour, his familiarity with Indian idioms, stitching together a “community of interest” around India, fall-out of the News of the World trial and whether India deserves better journalism…

Related Links:

http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2012/06/04/falak-the-true-story-of-indias-baby/

http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2012/05/09/completely-concocted-exclusive-report-on-air-india-sick-day/

http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2012/03/06/rahul-gandhis-top-17-excuses-for-flunking-in-u-p/?mod=wsj_share_twitter

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  • Sanjeev Vasishtha

    Madhu
    When will you interview Prabhu Chawla, Sushma Swaraj, Ramdev and Shiela Dixit???

  • Midhun kailas

    From all the past interviews it’s clear about the paid TOI stuff. I guess It’s time to stop discussing about it in future interviews, which could otherwise make viewers feel that news laundry is getting paid for making such negative publicity.

  • ARMAAN NAYAR

    madhu please !!! work on diversification of your vocabulary and thought process. you still gets bad dreams of what TOI did when i was not even born. hasn’t anybody close to you have mentioned it to you how predictable and monotonous interviewer you are.i am amazed you conceived INDIA TODAY some time back?????????????/. SPARE US WITH YOUR LINGUISTIC NON -SUBLIMATION.

    • Your Nemesis

      Well Armaan,

      you seem to be a petty dog with a foul mouth posting impolite comments on blogs and Facebook pages. Looks like your time is up kiddo. Payback time :)

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