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Indian Express

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Ramnath Goenka The smell of fear pervaded the Emergency. It was an unknown new odour for the upper and middle classes, most of whom had no perception of the midnight knock and had never considered even the remote possibility of being whisked off to ... Indian Express, 2 months ago

The Express was never a mere business to him (RNG) and it is not a business to me and never will be. It was and is, a mission

Here is the full text ofExpress GroupChairman & Managing Director Viveck Goenka's address to employees on July 3, 2015: Dear colleagues, this is the first time ever that somebody is addressing the entire Institution. It is a very good feeling.
 Indian Express1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Small talk: Vatsyayana's status update

Small Talk with Wendy Doniger With her new work, author and academician Wendy Doniger hopes that she can change the mistaken belief that the Kamasutra is a 'dirty book'. For the past few months, liberal India has tried hard to come to terms with ...
 Mumbai Mirror6 hours ago
Business Insider India

#IndependenceDay: The rise and rise of The Indian Express Group

When Robert Knight launched two newspapers, The Englishman and The Friend of India, between 1810 and 1890 in India, did he ever fathom about growth of those newspapers? And that they would ignite the Indian Independence movement ? Knight, who was a ...
 Business Insider India2 weeks ago
India Today

How wrong can right be

Akshaya Mukul's first-rate analysis of the Gita Press reveals how putrid some aspects of Hindu nationalism are Illustration by Saurabh Singh Let me begin by acknowledging that this is a first-rate piece of scholarship which will be one of ...
 India Today2 weeks ago
NDTV

Opinion: The First Sign a Government is Losing Its Nerve

In my book, one of the first tell-tale symptoms of a government losing its nerve is when it starts attacking news media. Indira Gandhi's abuse of the press started almost a year before the Emergency and censorship were imposed. She, and her ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago

Suits & sayings: ET's weekly roundup of the wackiest whispers and murmurs in corporate corridors and policy parlours

Almost CEO Anand Mahindra spends a lot of time in London these days & has left the day-to-day running of the group to trusted senior suits. But who's the most powerful suit? We hear it could be Pawan Goenka, who runs the tractor/SUV business. He's ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

Long Journey Into the Night

Two journalists return to the darkest hours of Indian democracy The Emergency: A Personal History by Coomi Kapoor | 1984: The Anti-Sikh Violence and After by Sanjay Suri The German philosopher Walter Benjamin presents us with a reading of a ...
 Open4 weeks ago Crawling Through The Emergency  Outlook India2 months ago

India's top three malls

Select Citywalk in Delhi At a time when most shopping malls are struggling to escape the vice like grip of the economic slowdown and survive the onslaught of e-commerce firms, Select CityWalk, Delhi, High Street Phoenix, Mumbai, and Express ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

Emergency's useful scars

A determined political class, most of which was imprisoned, enacted the 44th Amendment to the Constitution, which ensured that the fundamental rights of people could not be completely submerged, or trampled, by a proclaimed state of emergency.
 Indian Express2 months ago
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