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Who’s The Real Fascist?

posted by Anand Ranganathan|July 24, 2013   in Critique|99 comments

Are Gujaratis communal, bigoted, fascist merchants of death - as some opinion-makers suggest?


Putting the Donkey Last

posted by Chitra Subramaniam Duella|July 24, 2013   in Critique|31 comments

If only Bhagwati and Sen would start talking with India instead of to India - and the difference is not a preposition.


Not In Our Best Interest

posted by Uday Mishra|July 23, 2013   in Critique|2 comments

Why are so few reporting on or analysing the government’s Central Monitoring System and how intrusive it will be?


Stop Press. SRK-Salman Hug

posted by Rajyasree Sen|July 22, 2013   in Critique|9 comments

SRK-Salman push dying children, acid attack victims and Chinese intrusions off our front pages. Even the media deserve a hug.


Forgotten Assam

posted by Kishalay Bhattacharjee|July 22, 2013   in Critique|2 comments

Isn't it important to remember the Assam violence which took place last year? The media doesn't seem to think so.


Unsung Hero

posted by Dr. Ashoka Prasad|July 18, 2013   in Critique|4 comments

An 84-yr-old manages to shake up the system. But the media didn’t think it worth reporting on.


Of Leaks, Stings and Scoops

posted by Somi Das|July 18, 2013   in Critique|8 comments

What defines investigative journalism in India and how it has changed over the years.


The Unsinkable Ship of Theseus

posted by Anand Ranganathan|July 18, 2013   in Critique|14 comments

A review & a conversation with Kiran Rao.


Canadian Bacon Not Gujju Fafda

posted by Anand Ranganathan|July 15, 2013   in Critique|46 comments

An article on Canada. Not Gujarat. Or Modi. Just Canada. Not NaMo.


The Ishrat Jahan Investigation

posted by Somi Das|July 12, 2013   in Critique|15 comments

Does Rana Ayyub’s exposé of the Ishrat Jahan case qualify as investigative journalism? Some investigative journalists weigh in.


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