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Is a free press also a good business?
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Is a free press also a good business?

A simple look at the prices of 10 media stocks during the tenure of the current government tells an interesting tale, says N Sundaresha Subramanian. Over the past week or so, NDTV and its founders have become mascots of press freedom. After the Central Bureau of Investigation raids on the houses and offices of founder Prannoy Roy, and particularly after the agency's clarification that showed not much work had been done on the case, the who's who of the capital's media have come out in support. Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Press Club of India meets; veteran journalists, jurists weigh in on CBI raids against NDTV

New Delhi : The Press Club of India organised a meet to protest the CBI raids on NDTV and the attack on freedom of press. From veteran journalists like Arun Shouri and Kuldeep Nayar to esteemed jurists such as Fali Nariman came down against the government's ...
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NDTV raids: Why the CBI FIR is more against ICICI bank than Prannoy Roy

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on 5 June raided the homes of Prannoy and Radhika Roy, promoters of news channel NDTV. While some view the raids a part of political vendetta against a news channel that has been critical of government policies, ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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Kashmir and a flawed India

'Pakistan has a big role to play in fomenting trouble, but we need to ask ourselves why ordinary Kashmiris are coming out in large numbers to attend the funerals of terrorists,' says Nidhi Razdan in her debut book, Left, Right And Centre: The Idea Of India.Illustrations: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com We would start early. Normally, it would be the dead of winter in December. The day would begin with a bath with water heated on the kitchen stove. There were no electric geysers. There was pretty ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Why are Bihar's Muslims frightened?

Cracks in the Mahagathbandhan in Bihar is frittering away the ground gained in social justice and contributing to increasing polarisation in the state, says Mohammad Sajjad. IMAGE: Demonstrations after a spate of murders in Bihar in 2015.The state seems to be slipping towards bad governance and losing its middle space to retrogressive forces.Intra-coalition squabbling could be the most plausible factor behind it.Photograph: PTI Photo As news started leaking that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Jeenees: Changing the way we Indians gift

'In India, we have a strange affinity towards recycling gifts.''The idea of a gift registry is to help people give the gifts the receiver would like rather than palming off unwanted gifts.' Earlier in the series: The heiress who chose to be an entrepreneur IMAGE: Prashant Sareen, right, and Roopak Kapoor, left, of Small Screen, the company behind Jeenees and Newslaundry.com   The gifting market in India is changing, slowly but surely. And Jeenees is among the latest apps driving that ...
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Where is the India-China standoff heading?

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat reached Sikkim last week amid rising tensions between the Indian and Chinese army along the border in Sikkim. Earlier in June, there was a scuffle between Indian troops and personnel of China’s People’s Liberation Army ...
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Could 2017 be a repeat of 1975?

'It would be too sweeping to say that the elites and the middle-class don't care about liberty.''It is just that they are always calculating the trade-offs: What's in it for me, what could it cost me?''To that extent, we haven't changed in 40 years,' says Shekhar Gupta.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In this season of alternative histories, is it possible to script one for the Emergency? It was the darkest period in the history of independent India and people refused to put up with it.
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It is the first time a known fighter like Anil did not stand up: Gavaskar

'Sad day for Indian cricket' 'Gratitude has obviously been thrown out of the window by whoever raising 'revolt' against India's giant Kumble' IMAGE: Anil's experience as a player and as an administrator needs to be utilised, reckons Gavaskar. Photograph: PTI Sunil Gavaskar, on Tuesday, described the resignation of national cricket head coach Anil Kumble as a sad day for Indian cricket and patted him for doing a great job in his one-year stint. "I have very little knowledge about the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Why Sunetra Choudhury wrote a book on VIPs in jail

'I met someone who came out of jail and started telling me wild things that they did inside.' 'I couldn't believe it and then my curiousity led me to do some more digging.' Behind Bars, television journalist Sunetra Choudhury's second book, is about VIPs in prison. Her first book, Braking News, was about the time she spent on the campaign trail before the 2009 general election. Choudhury -- who hosts a daily show for the NDTV 24x7 television channel -- spoke to A Ganesh Nadar about her new ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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