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'I've to do something about it'
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'I've to do something about it'

Delhi's air is a desperate problem, but some of the solutions have been too desperate and unthinking, says Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: A view of Rajpath, New Delhi, enveloped in smog, November 7, 2017. Photograph: Manvender Vashist/PTI Photo The headline for this piece is inspired by Raj Kapoor's Bobby (1973). Dimple Kapadia pleads with Rishi Kapoor in Lata Mangeshkar's voice: 'Mujhe kuchch kehna hai (I must tell you something).' And Rishi Kapoor responds, 'Mujhe bhi kuchch kehna hai (Even I want to ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Why did Pranab not reveal all in his book?

What Shekhar Gupta would have liked to know more about from Pranabda: Why did Sonia prefer Dr Singh to him as PM? Why did he deny finance first, why did he accept it 5 years later, and why did he make such a mess of it? How did he force Sonia to nominate him for President and not Hamid Ansari? And how does he justify that most toxic legacy -- the Vodafone tax amendment? The history of Pranab Mukherjee's five-decade public life tells you that no one who dared to engage him in an argument has ...
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"We are trying to build a new business model" - Shekhar Gupta, founder, ThePrint.in

One of India's best known names in journalism talks on stage about his hopes for his new online venture.
 Afaqs2 months ago
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Why Indira Gandhi still rules India

'Modi's political economy is more inspired by Indira Gandhi than Vajpayee.''She so wanted an Opposition-mukt Bharat.''Sounds familiar?' asks Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi mocks Indira Gandhi while addressing an election rally in Morbi, Gujarat, November 29, 2017. Photograph: PTI Photo One reason I so love my job as a journalist is that I also love to tell stories. It's a regret, therefore, that I do not have many stories for my columns on Indira Gandhi's birth centenary.
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Controversies definitely hurt a film: Salman on 'Padmavati'

Superstar Salman Khan is no stranger to controversies and the actor believes rows such as around "Padmavati" affect the movie business adversely. The 52-year-old star today said a film suffers a lot in an unfriendly environment as people avoid theatres, ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

What went wrong with TV news

Amit Khanna Broadcast news has dominated as the major source of news and information across the world for over three decades. This was all the more possible here as India still has a large population of illiterates, speaking in several languages with diverse ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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'People may get sick of T20s'

'We are asking a lot from the cricketers.' IMAGE: Mumbai Indians fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah celebrates Pune Supergiant star Mahendra Singh Dhoni's wicket in the IPL final, May 22, 2017. Photograph: BCCI T20s are like the Transformers franchise. No sooner had the first Transformers movie struck pay dirt at the global box office, studio heads were off and running, building assembly lines in Hollywood to manufacture Transformer sequels and near identical flicks.   The unexpected success of ...
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How Modi wasted the chance to give India achche din

From banking reform to financial reconstruction, the bullet train, Navi Mumbai airport, choosing a new medium fighter aircraft to be made in India... time is running out for Modi.How could a leader as energetic and astute as Modi have left it for so late, asks Shekhar Gupta. History tells us there are two kinds of conquerors: One who consolidates after a victory and settles down to govern, improves the lot of the people, and remains content within the empire. The second is the constant ...
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Media on Aarushi Verdict: "Who will compensate them for four years of their liberty?"

More than eight years after 14-year-old Aarushi Talwar was found lifeless with her throat slit in Noida on May 16, 2008, and a little less than four years after Rajesh and Nupur Talwar were jailed for their daughers murder by a trial court, the Talwars were ...
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India's homoeopathic state of mind

A homoeopathic state of mind pervades our thinking in governance and infrastructure-building.Do it in small, harmless doses, but nothing bitter, sharp, or bloody, says Shekhar Gupta. Homoeopathy, a relatively modern therapy, was invented in Germany by Samuel Hahnemann in 1796. It's been hailed, questioned, researched, rejected and mocked as a pseudoscience in developed countries since. Only in India is it still a mainstream therapy. Every city, big or small, has its homoeopaths and usually a ...
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