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By Manisha Pande|3 days ago
Enter our photo dialogue contest and you could be featured in next week's Clothesline!
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A letter on why the West underestimated Modi’s stupendous rise to power.
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IBNLive decides that one Haqqani is as good as another. Features Husain Haqqani in an article on the Haqqani Network
Exposed! - TOI’s latest ploy to weed out non-readers.
DNA sees Narendra Modi everywhere. We don’t know whether NaMo should be flattered or not, though.
Rajdeep puts his foot in it. Tells us how he determines which calamity deserves media coverage and which doesn’t.
Tim Sebastian gets an Indian welcome of news flavoured with some desi tadka.
TOI never fails to surprise. Publishes replica of Financial Times, London – without permission. Of course.
Face the Nation – welcomes back Alka Lamba.
The Times of India and its special relationship with facts.
Move over Bhishma Pitamaha. Ramdev gives thorns to competition.