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Madhu Kishwar’s Doodles

posted by Anand Ranganathan|August 26, 2014   in Criticles|105 comments

A hair-raising tale of playing “double” agent, and how it led Uncle Ranga to Madhu Kishwar’s doodles.


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Are doctors engaged in genuine health care?

posted by Dr. P. K. Sasidharan|August 25, 2014   in Criticles|28 comments

On why healthcare in India needs a serious re-think.


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The Big Cover-Up Of The ‘Small’ Rape Comment

posted by Arunabh Saikia|August 22, 2014   in Criticles|76 comments

PIB attempts damage control and ends up causing more damage. But why was mainstream media so slow on the uptake?


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Twitter Suspends Accounts

posted by Arunabh Saikia|August 21, 2014   in Criticles|6 comments

Accounts that tweeted ISIS beheading journalist suspended by Twitter. Does blocking graphic videos reduce violence?


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No Justice, No Reconciliation

posted by Varad Sharma|August 21, 2014   in Criticles|29 comments

On how it’s impossible to talk of reconciliation till Kashmiri Hindus are assured of justice.


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Big Media and Big Money

posted by Manisha Pande|August 21, 2014   in Criticles|4 comments

Foundation of Media Professionals discuss big business in media: is it too simplistic to demonise big money in media with few alternate business models?


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The Promised Land: Annexation and Terrorism

posted by Abhishek Kashyap|August 20, 2014   in Criticles|6 comments

How is the Gaza conflict to be resolved given the vicious circle of retribution and hate the region seems stuck in.


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Shutters Down

posted by Arunabh Saikia|August 19, 2014   in Criticles|15 comments

DNA shuts shop in Bangalore and Pune - asks employees to leave without notice.


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Why Do We Need GM Crops?

posted by Devinder Sharma|August 19, 2014   in Criticles|89 comments

Devinder Sharma claims GM crops don’t produce more than existing crop varieties, demand increased pesticides, and can’t be declared medically safe for humans.


The Economist Number-Crunches On Online Sex Trade

posted by Vikram Johri|August 18, 2014   in Critique|15 comments

Why The Economist’s cover story on sex trade caters to clichés.


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