One of the pleasures of working for the opinion pages of The Telegraph is that I get to read Mukul Kesavans weekly column a day earlier than his legion of fans does. The task of reviewing the work of a favourite author is unenviable. But having re-read the ... The Telegraph, 2 months ago
Even as the communal cauldron in UP is kept on the boil, there is news that the RSS has launched a campaign to tie Rakhis to lakhs of Hindu men, asking them to pledge to protect their sisters from Muslim men and "love jehad." The VHP has been ...Kashmir Times, 1 week ago
Technology has become a change agent when it comes to roles, processes and people in organizations. It has transformed modern-day workplaces in many ways. Typically, a CIO/CTO is considered as the torch-bearer of technology/IT in most organisations.TechGig, 3 weeks ago
Arnab Goswami's news show has an exciting fairground quality to it. It's like the coconut shy stall where the paying customer gets to throw balls at stranded nariyals. On the news hour, Goswami does the job for his viewers and since his targets are often netas, he provides his audience with a way of purging itself of its exasperation (long felt or Arnab-stoked) with desi politics. Read Mukul Kesavan's excellent piece for the ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
By M.V. Kamath PRIME Minister Narendra Modi continues to get support from the media though as time passes by, with a word of caution. It began, shall we say, around the third week of May when The Asian Age (May 22) said that the prime ...Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 3 weeks ago
The political responses to Rajan Vichare, a Shiv Sena MP, stuffing a chapati into a fasting Muslim's mouth at the Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi last week tell us something about the texture of Indian politics after the general election. Arshad Zubair, a catering supervisor for the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation, was accosted in the kitchen of the Maharashtra Sadan by 11 Shiv Sena MPs enraged about the quality of the Sadan's catering. Read Mukul Kesavan's column for ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
StoryBites: 20 weekly quotes of India's entrepreneurial journey, from agriculture and e-commerce to taxis and sex!
From agriculture and e-commerce to taxis and sex , witness the memorable journey of Indian entrepreneurship in these quotes and stories! StoryBites is a weekly feature from YourStory , featuring the most notable quotable quotes in our articles of ...Yourstory.in, 1 month ago
By the time the Soviet Union collapsed in 1989, there existed in Western Europe and most other parts of the world, a Marxist intellectual culture independent of (and vehemently critical of) Soviet-style socialism. Paris and Frankfurt nurtured Marxist (or marxisant) intellectuals who thought the Soviet Union was a political abomination, whose socialist aspirations and prescriptions shared nothing with the reality of 'actually existing socialism'. Read Mukul Kesavan's piece on the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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