by SamratSeptember 27, 2013
Why Popular Science’s decision to stop comments on its website is understandable, and a wake-up call to other websites.
by SamratSeptember 4, 2013
Why your source of news on Syria matters. And what the war on Syria says about the US.
by SamratMay 21, 2013
Here’s why Washington Post isn’t so off-the-mark for naming India as the most racist country in the world.
by SamratMarch 28, 2013
Why Sanjay Dutt’s conviction while following the letter of law goes against the spirit of justice.
by SamratFebruary 27, 2013
Is legitimising communication between government officials and the media really so difficult?
by SamratFebruary 6, 2013
While media-fuelled debates over any and every controversy may be entertaining, their long-term effects are dangerous.
by SamratJanuary 11, 2013
Why rapes, terrorist attacks & the apocalypse are the only incidents which make the headlines nowadays.
by SamratNovember 21, 2012
Are we ever going to display some original thought in our reactions to events?
by SamratNovember 10, 2012
Everyone is busy intellectualising the recent Mumbai rape. Keep personal bias aside and look at it for what it is.
by SamratNovember 7, 2012
Naipaul, Karnad & Dalrymple would all be right if they look at the big picture. But none of them do.
by SamratSeptember 14, 2012
Why shouldn’t news on Sherlyn Chopra trounce news on the coal scam? After all that’s what viewers want to see.
by SamratAugust 28, 2012
Everyone has a solution to Assam’s problems on twitter and television. Few have any idea what they’re waxing eloquent on.
by SamratFebruary 27, 2012
A biased analyst will almost always be wrong, because he or she will see only what he wants to see.
by SamratFebruary 7, 2012
Because someone has to pay for journalism, and you, dear reader, are not buying.
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