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Book Review: Rajdeep Sardesai's '2014: The Election that Chang...

Book: 2014: The Election that Changed India Author: Rajdeep Sardesai Publishing House: Penguin Viking, 2014 Price: Rs 599; 372 pages To read a book on India'sLok Sabha elections written by one of the country's top journalists is always ... DNA India, 1 month ago
A guided tour of Campaign 2014 Business Standard India, 1 month ago

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Did the US turn a blind eye to the Taliban till...

Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir's remarks about Benazir Bhutto, Robin Raphel and the Taliban, published in the Indian Express newspaper some weeks ago, Kolkata's The Telegraph newspaper reported on Sunday, provoked the investigation of the controversial American diplomat whose home and office were searched by the FBI last week. Twelve years ago, in a column published on, Hamid Mir, who escaped an assassination attempt in Pakistan in April, made stunning revelations about America, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Separatist militants kill dozens in India's northeast

Activists of the Assam Tea Tribes Student Association block the road with burning … An injured woman and her child arrive at a hospital in the Sonitpur district of Assam, … Chief Minister of the north-eastern Indian state of Assam, Tarun ...
 Yahoo! Singapore2 days ago


Lamented • The Pulitzer Poet • Christie's Again • Cultural Bully • The Indian Banksy • A Millennium for DDLJ • The New Bestselling Genre • The Yogi Departs The Human Resources Development Ministry decided to do some grandstanding ...
 Open19 hours ago

'Abu Salem will be bumped off... by Indian intelligence agencies'

Image: Gangster Abu Salem 'Even the mafia has certain ethics and follow certain rules, but Abu Salem was so ruthless, so inhuman, there was no ethics at all. He had no basic humanity in him.' India's foremost crime writer S Hussain Zaidi on the dreaded gangster. India's number one crime journalist and author, S Hussain Zaidi, is back to doing what he does best. A tell-all book on Abu Salem, the dreaded gangster of Mumbai who posed a threat to every filmmaker with his extortion calls in the ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Clutter in media: good or bad?

Is there a problem of too many in a small space? People from India and other countries grappled to find an answer to the question at a panel discussion that marked the beginning of the three-day Calcutta's Festival of the Spoken Word, organised ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
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'Modi-Obama Summit Helped Reignite U.S. Business Interest In India'

NEW DELHI: Did Prime Minister Narendra Modi's summit meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama in September signal a paradigm shift in bilateral ties? Was it a ground-breaking moment in Indo-U.S. ties that had seen a slump over the years? Experts, ...
 Silicon India2 weeks ago A letter to PM Modi by Australians of Indian Muslim background  Indian News Link1 month ago India's fading Chinese community faces painful war past  Saudi Gazette1 month ago Chinese in India face painful 1962 war past  Asian Age1 month ago

Indian youth and their remarkable achievements

Every week we come across stories of youngsters making news with exciting achievements in both academic and non-academic spheres. Reading about their journeys and the odds they have faced is inspiring and leaves us with the hope that the citizens of ...
 Meri News2 weeks ago

The Champion

Uday Shankar , CEO of Star India, is IMPACT Person of the Decade (2004-2014) for being anoutstanding leader of people andbusiness, driver of social change & pioneer of reforms in the broadcast industry Uday Shankar, CEO of Star India, is an ...
 Impact2 weeks ago
Huffington Post

The Rise Of India's Booming Media Business

In the current world of media, India stands as an anomaly. While newspapers in the United States have hemorrhaged profits in the past decade, with print-advertising revenues now at their lowest point since 1950 , the situation in India couldn't be ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago
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