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Maharashtra's electoral muddle

By Sidharth Bhatia With once safe seats looking vulnerable, most politicians in the state are on thin ground. In a season where everyone is desperately sending out friendship requests to every other party to create formidable combinations, Raj ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

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Sidharth Bhatia is a journalist and author who writes on politics and popular culture. The first issue of Brunch in Delhi came out on February 1, 2004. Nine months later, with the launch of the Hindustan Times in Mumbai, Brunch was introduced to ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago

Absolute freedom?

Sidharth Bhatia says, freedom of expression cannot be freedom to say only certain things (Killing the messenger, March 3). Is freedom of expression freedom to say anything, anywhere, any time? No freedom can be absolute. If it were absolute, irresponsible ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
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Making of 'Sholay': Tales from masala bay

Next By Siddharth Bhatia| Posted 07-Mar-2014 An excerpt from Sidharth Bhatia's book, 'Amar Akbar Anthony — Masala, Madness and Manmohan Desai', gives an insight into the events that led to the making of this cult film Chapter 3. Making ...
 Mid Day1 month ago

Sidharth Bhatia's story of a rocking generation

From an era that gave us The Beatles, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Steely Dan, Deep Purple and countless other legendary rock bands, precious little is known about what went on in the India scene. In his book, India Psychedelic: The Story of a Rocking ...
 GQ1 month ago

Pop psychology

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Pop music was breaking new ground in the west, but it was tough being a performer — or fan — in India. Equipment was basic, import duties were stiff, the stodgy All India Radio turned its nose ...
 Business Standard India20 hours ago Times They Were a-Swingin  Indian Express1 month ago

High... to Dilip: Remembering the granddaddies of Kolkata's rock scene

Forty years ago, four Calcutta musicians came together to form an extraordinary band, one that enjoyed a cult following in the pre-MTV days. Ajachi Chakrabarti profiles a group that was much ahead of its time. Warning: ...
 The Sunday Guardian5 days ago

Murli Manohar Joshi tells it like it is

12:06 am Murli Manohar Joshi is an old BJP hand. He has been a party president, a minister in the NDA government and was there when the BJP was born, in 1980, from the embers of the defunct Jan Sangh. Moreover, he is steeped in the Rashtriya ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago

Indian rock loses a star: Adieu Nandu Bhende

MUMBAI: Veteran rocker Nandu Bhende, the frontman of city rock bands such as Velvette Frog and Savage Encounter, passed away on Friday morning. He was 58. Aside from representing a turning point for the Indian rock scene in the 1970s, Bhende is ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Shreya Gulia prevails over plucky Abhirani Prakashan

Home> News > sports-india-news Chandigarh, Apr 8 : Shreya Gulia overcame a stiff resistance from Abhirani Prakashan in three sets 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 in the girls under-16 singles pre-quarter-final match of the AITA-CLTA Super Series Tennis Tournament ...
 NewKerala.com2 weeks ago
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