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Stop the name-calling and make journalism what you want it to be.
Why Jaya Jaitly’s article commenting on Tehelka’s “non-journalism” & questioning their sting ops reeks of opportunism.
A critical look at the societal norms that contribute to India’s misogyny.
A people in despair, a government in wonderland. Why the UPA’s defence of its record rings hollow.
Rushdie’s lyrical narration and Deepa Mehta’s direction transport you to the heart of India and Pakistan’s history.
Teesta and Javed’s biased analysis of this month's Mumbai riots can make the most secular of us question our beliefs.
A creepy-looking baby, a weak sound system, uppity poetry & the Queen’s knickers. Welcome to the 2012 Olympics!
Madhu Trehan gets you the Olympics as it happens