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The death of rationalism: Who killed Dabholkar, Pansare and Kalburgi?

When clues don’t emerge, biases do.

posted by Anand Ranganathan|September 14, 2015   in Criticles|73 comments


Women taking to social media to report sexual harassment is good news

Why is Jasleen Kaur’s account seen as an alleged lie, while the accused and eyewitnesses’ as alleged truth?

posted by Makepeace Sitlhou|September 14, 2015   in Criticles|5 comments

Bihar elections: The battle of pre-poll clichés is on

Neither ‘Swabhiman’ nor ‘Parivartan’ captures Bihar’s realities.

posted by Abhishek Choudhary|September 11, 2015   in Governance|2 comments


‘Court order on NSE’s lawsuit upholds media’s freedom to report without being needlessly harassed’: Sucheta Dalal

Moneylife Managing Editor points to key passages in the Bombay High Court order that uphold free speech.

posted by Manisha Pande|September 10, 2015   in Criticles|one comment


How about exercising a little discretion the next time you deliver justice on social media?

Another person’s life depends on our shares, likes, comments, retweets and hashtags.

posted by Rain Man|September 9, 2015   in Criticles|one comment


Bhalla and Joseph are both right – and wrong

Proselytisation or not, both pundits are making lofty claims without furnishing enough evidence

posted by Abhishek Choudhary|September 8, 2015   in Criticles|12 comments


What Kim Davis’ refusal to give a marriage licence to a gay couple says about America

Clerk in County office Kim Davis' ignores US law that legalised gay marriage and refuses licence to gay couple. Davis becomes a hero to right wingers and a villain to liberals and gays.

posted by Vikram Johri|September 4, 2015   in Criticles|19 comments


Who needs a Khap when you’ve got the UP police? The story behind the ‘rape diktat’ against two Dalit sisters

The Indian and international media missed the real story as they trained their focus on the Khap angle.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|September 3, 2015   in Criticles|7 comments


The Tuktuki story. What did you see and why?

In Twitter wars we lose reasoned debates, evolution of concepts and reduce our discourse to debris.

posted by Madhu Trehan|September 3, 2015   in Criticles|67 comments


Is Gita Press serving religion at the cost of workers’ rights?

The publishing house’s philosophy of selling Hindu texts below production costs has meant poor wages for workers.

posted by Abhishek Choudhary|September 2, 2015   in Criticles|8 comments

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