by Priya KaleOctober 2, 2013
Re-reading My Experiments With Truth makes it easy to admire Gandhi, but not identify with him.
by Priya KaleAugust 16, 2013
Instead of looking for the modern Hindu on Twitter, Sagarika should try borrowing some books from the library.
by Priya KaleJuly 31, 2013
Why the “poor India is the real India” narrative is wrong and deceitful.
by Priya KaleJune 4, 2013
Why the role of the JPC on the 2G scam is important in setting standards for future governments in power.
by Priya KaleApril 29, 2013
Why MMS must speak up and validate or invalidate the JPC’s findings on his accountability.
by Priya KaleMarch 29, 2013
Is the 14th century Delhi sultan, Mohammad bin Tughlaq the secret role model for our current Delhi sultan, Manmohan Singh?
by Priya KaleMarch 25, 2013
When commenting on the Sanjay Dutt case, Katju would do well to expand his references beyond Shakespeare to Kipling.
by Priya KaleMarch 5, 2013
Gaddafi was invited to speak at LSE. Its students survived. So what was Wharton scared of?
by Priya KaleFebruary 5, 2013
Is Praveen Swami’s Hindu article casting unfair aspersions on the Indian Army? Or is he simply stating some unpleasant facts?
by Priya KaleJanuary 9, 2013
A debate on Owaisi morphs into a Thackeray debate. And how the BJP’s boycott of Sanjay Nirupam was foiled.
by Priya KaleNovember 17, 2012
Savita Halappanavar’s death threw up a lot of questions in the media. But not some important ones.
by Priya KaleOctober 16, 2012
The media alone cannot bring about change in the public perception of women.
by Priya KaleOctober 4, 2012
Every October 2, everyone in India, especially the media, goes gaga over Mahatma Gandhi. Does it really help us?
by Priya KaleSeptember 22, 2012
Vijay Amritraj’s new show on CNN-IBN manages to bore, despite Sharon Stone’s leg-crossing presence.
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