Homosexuals are not vampires. Why we need more gay representation in pop culture

Programming that presents same sex as "normal" may be better than TV debates with hysterical leaders.

posted by Yash Raj Goswami|February 5, 2016   in Featured|6 comments

Does the Minimum Wage actually reduce salaries?

Why Rajasthan government’s decision to set minimum wages for domestic workers is too small a measure.

posted by Meena Menon and Chandan Kumar|February 5, 2016   in Featured|no comments

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When life gives you a prison term, make books: Subrata Roy Sahara figures ‘Life Mantras’ from Tihar

Saharasri’s redeemed soul is now a prism. You may flash your light of doubt, but only beautiful colours would emanate

posted by Nikhil Cariappa|February 4, 2016   in Criticles|41 comments

Why the Rail Budget is an irrelevant colonial hangover drama for TV

Is there any need for a separate budget for Railways other than political bhashangiri and TV revenue fest?

posted by Tisha Srivastav|February 4, 2016   in Featured|3 comments

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In Jaipur Lit Fest debate: They voted – Yes, please censor us

Is being offended enough reason to put another citizen in jail?

posted by Madhu Trehan|February 3, 2016   in Criticles|28 comments

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Black magic murders and human sacrifice: Where’s the public and media outrage?

A father admits to beheading his son in rural Chhattisgarh after reading a ‘black magic’ manual.

posted by Prajwala Hegde and D Shyam Kumar|February 3, 2016   in Criticles|4 comments

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Why Maneka Gandhi should watch Doordarshan’s TV series Main Kuch Bhi Kar Sakti Hun

The serial tackles patriarchy, gender roles and foeticide with some engaging story-telling. Women and child development minister could take a cue from it.

posted by Biraj Swain|February 3, 2016   in Criticles|2 comments

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Netaji files: What happened to Subhash Chandra Bose?

Two reports come to different conclusions on Netaji’s death.

posted by Sourodipto Sanyal|February 3, 2016   in Criticles|5 comments

One neat graph that helps you decide if the odd-even scheme was a success

We went through data of PM 2.5 levels in the city each day since January, 2013.

posted by NL Team|February 2, 2016   in Odd Even|7 comments

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Why big media’s scant coverage of the Manipur cop’s confession is a blow to democracy

Only CNN-IBN and Indian Express thought the story was news that mattered.

posted by Manisha Pande|January 30, 2016   in Criticles|3 comments

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