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Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, : Early revival unlikely

Natural resources like minerals are supposed to belong to the people of the country. When the extraction of these minerals benefits only a privileged few, the consequences are disastrous. This is precisely what has happened in India. The manner which the ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago

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What Reliance's takeover of Network 18 means for media

With Mukesh Ambani taking over Network 18, the space for disseminating a diverse range of views could shrink, feels Paranjoy Guha Thakurta. Now that India's richest man Mukesh D Ambani is formally the head of the country's biggest media conglomerate, it is but natural that questions will be raised as to what this development means for freedom of expression in the world's largest democracy. It can be contended that the recent takeover of the Network18 group by Reliance Industries Limited, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago RIL Take-Over Of Network18: Why Does It Make The Media Nervous?  Impact1 week ago
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Paid news menace an underpaid media employees of India

Home >> South Asia >> India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal Print Nava Thakuria - 6/14/2014 As India completes a largest electoral battle in the world that culminated in the formation of a new Union government in New Delhi, the paid news ...
 Global Politician1 month ago Of paid news and underpaid newsmen  The Statesman2 months ago Indian Civil SocietyUnder Threat  India Committee of the Netherlands1 month ago Youths backed man who promised change, jobs  Oman Tribune2 months ago
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Bengal Aerotropolis's fate hangs in balance

In more ways than one, the ambitious project of Bengal Aerotropolis Projects Limited to set up India’s first airport-cum-metropolis has developed fault-lines that typically inflict major infrastructure projects in the country.  As the company's promoters squabble over control and ownership by levelling allegations of forgery and fraud against one another, issues relating to land acquisition have contributed to further delaying the implementation of a unique project, ...
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India's first aerotropolis is mired in controversies

While BAPL's bosses suggest that this project will help build a community of residents, there are allegations that this is actually a real estate project masquerading as an airport, point out Paranjoy Guha Thakurta and Mohammad Ghazali. It's a unique project boasting of a number of 'firsts'. Coming up at Andal near Durgapur in West Bengal is India's first aerotropolis, a tongue-twister meaning airport-cum-metropolis. What has been showcased as a grandiose scheme that would assist in the ...
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118 signatories endorse statement on SLAPP cases against authors, journalists and publishers

About 118 prominent citizens, activists, and journalists have signed a statement of concern about what they call Strategic Litigation Against Public Persons- SLAPP, to silence authors, journalists and publishers for good. This follows notices served ...
 Money Life5 days ago

Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance group muzzling media: CPI

unist Party of India (CPI) Central Secretariat on Monday accused corporate houses of taking the litigation route against journalists and writers and termed the move as a method to curtail the freedom speech. The party in a statement alleged that ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Don't muzzle authors, CPI tells corporates  The Hindu1 week ago

He Who Couldn't Keep Quiet

Backchannel negotiations and Track-II diplomacy are par for the diplomatic course when leaders of countries want to achieve breakthroughs in bilateral relations. Editors and senior journalists are often part of this process, as informal couriers of ...
 Outlook India1 week ago
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Ashok Chavan found guilty of inaccurate election expenditure

Former Maharashtra chief minister Ashok Chavan. Photo: HT New Delhi: The Election Commission (EC) on Sunday held former Maharashtra chief minister and senior Congress party leader Ashok Chavan guilty of providing inaccurate elections expenditure ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Why the Budget will not check inflation

Far from reducing inflation, some of the assumptions made in the Budget imply that the government is not at all expecting prices to come down, says Paranjoy Guha Thakurta. If there were some who were expecting Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's maiden Budget to unveil a series of proposals that would curb inflationary pressures in the economy, they are certainly going to be disappointed.  Far from reducing inflation, some of the assumptions made in the Budget imply that the government is ...
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