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Modi flies into brand cloud
Calcutta Telegraph

Opinion Justice Katjus Case of Post-Retirement Conscience

(Harish Khare is a senior journalist, commentator and a research scholar)Innocent coincidences rarely happen in public life in India. And innocuous coincidences happen even more rarely in the Big News Network, 1 day ago

Coalgate: Chargesheet against Harish Gupta, Koda

NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will soon file criminal charges against former Union coal secretary Harish Chandra Gupta, former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda and former Jharkhand chief secretary AK Basu in one of the coal ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Outlook India

Who Needs The Media?

It is extraordinary. Every move, indeed every sneeze of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been lovingly reported by the media. From his kurta to his stylish jacket to his clean desk. Strangely, one daring initiative has gone unnoticed. Modi is nearly ...
 Outlook India6 days ago By keeping journos at arm's length, PM has done himself no harm  Economic Times1 week ago By keeping journalists at arm's length, the PM has minimised potential damage to himself  Economic Times1 week ago Why Modi may take his time choosing a media adviser  Indian Express1 month ago

About 100 Kids Participate in Hindi Manch's "Baal Evam Yuva Manch" Event

By Maneesh Srivastava MAYNARD, MA—Hindi Manch, which has been bringing Hindi cultural events from more than three years, held its "Baal Evam Yuva Manch" event on June 29 at Maynard High school in Maynard, MA. About 100 children, aged 5-15 years, ...
 India New England2 weeks ago

On accidental and reluctant prime ministers

"The Mischief Man" That's how Sonia Gandhi had once described Sanjaya Baru, the former media advisor to the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh,if one believes senior Indian journalist and "Lucknow boy"Vinod Mehta (and there is no reason not ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago
Al Jazeera

Corporate takeover raises Indian media fears

New Delhi, India - Fears are growing that the independence of India's media could be at risk as news outlets are swallowed up by corporate owners. Concern has been stoked following the announcement by Reliance Industries, India's largest company ...
 Al Jazeera1 month ago PM-elect Modi more aggressive, direct than outgoing PM on Twitter  IBNLive India News2 months ago "Accidental" PM Manmohan Singh bows out  Reuters India2 months ago With a dubious legacy, "accidental prime minister" Manmohan Singh bows out  DNA India2 months ago

Lethal Charm of the Feudal Lords

The defeat of the Congress is not the end of its woes; it's the party's persistent sycophancy to its leadership that threatens to unravel its future Harish Khare Delhi The first ten days, the secular, progressive and moderate voices were ...
 HardNews Magazine1 month ago

PM's 'media handler' starts attending office

Jagdish Thakkar, retired officer of the Gujarat information service, has started attending the South Block office of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The order to appoint him in the media department of the Prime Minister’s Office will be issued soon. It’s believed that instead of mediamen like Sanjaya Baru, Harish Khare or Pankaj Pachauri, PM Modi will like to work with an information cadre officer who knows the rules of the game and the limits better. The final shape of the media ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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