Vinod Mehta achieved a remarkable feat in a career that began just before the leaden age of Girilal Jain and ended in the dissolute epoch of Arnab: he lightened up India's English-language journalism and simultaneously gave it gravitas. My own ... Outlook India, 1 month ago
In the season of fall, old, yellow and dry leaves of tress start falling giving a deserted and baron look to the surrounding area. But soon the trees start wearing new green leaves to herald the onset of spring to be soon followed by monsoon that ...Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 month ago
I strayed from the world of social activism to journalism in late 1981 when the colourful Russy Karanjia offered me a job in his recently launched tabloid morninger, The Daily . Four years later, Vinod Mehta invited me to join The Sunday Observer .Outlook India, 1 month ago
Mehta was known to be outspoken and had an unerring instinct for what would be read What Vinod Mehta had, in two words, was ‘editorial chemistry’. Dina Vakil, a Mumbai editor who had worked with him at The Indian Post, coined the phrase and captured what it meant in an e-mail she sent me soon after I began working for Mehta at Outlook magazine. “Still remember him wearing his trademark papaya-yellow shirt, slumping in his editorial chair and looking ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Obit | Vinod Mehta: The man who had editorial chemistry Agencyfaqs!, 1 month ago
Swapan Dasgupta is India's foremost Conservative writer and columnist. He is an occasional contributor to Open The Race for Happiness in the Age of Irrational Exuberance The former Times of India Editor Girilal Jain was among the first ...Open, 1 month ago
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