Posts by Anand Ranganathan:

Exploring GM Foods (Part II – The Curious Case Against Glyphosate)

July 14, 2014   in Criticles |63 comments

Examining the validity of the cases made against Glyphosate, and how it might have finally met its match.

Exploring GM Foods (Part I – A Molecule is Born)

July 14, 2014   in Criticles |52 comments

The birth and rebirth of one of the world’s leading germicides, the world’s food problem and more.

Interviewing Hartosh Bal on Ekal Vidyalayas

July 4, 2014   in Criticles |58 comments

Why Hartosh Singh Bal feels Ekal Vidyalayas are less about education and more about indoctrination of tribals.

A Bend in the River

June 9, 2014   in Governance |133 comments

Is the inter-linking of rivers the solution to India’s water problems?

On The Trough Of A Wave

May 31, 2014   in Criticles |14 comments

On why it’s only fair we wait for the trough of the BJP wave, and the media’s refusal to let election frenzy die a peaceful death.

Vinod Mehta’s Doodles

May 15, 2014   in Criticles |27 comments

Exclusive. Our columnist gets his hands on what Vinod Mehta doodles during edit meets with the PM.

The Slum That Must Not Burn

May 9, 2014   in Life |19 comments

Are the lives and homes of those who live in slums not important?

Interviewing Jayaprakash Narayan

April 29, 2014   in Criticles |164 comments

Why does JP support Modi? Is it fair to call him a Monsanto-agent? What are his political views?

Au contraire!

April 23, 2014   in Criticles |87 comments

The media should be contrarian while criticising or praising the government, but a little judiciousness would be welcome.

Media In The Age Of Modi

April 16, 2014   in Criticles |30 comments

Will it be the end of days for today’s media if Modi becomes PM?

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