Freebies in Jan Dhan accounts: A masterstroke
Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared it in a public rally that so far Rs 5 lakh crore have been collected since the introduction of demonetization on Novemb
Where's your freedom of expression, TOI?
Times of India in its editorial today (see pic) has cried bucketful on the “harmful” influence of social media on the “news-professionals” like them, and oth
The entire thrust of opposition, in cahoots with propaganda siren of mainstream media in full blast, is about the inconvenience of the poor man.
Trump is an outsider
This interview of Julian Assange by celebrated writer and author John Pilger was filmed in the Embassy of Ecuador in London - where Julian Assange is a
Goswami: Biggest threat to Lutyens Media
India’s most-watched television anchor, Arnab Goswami has dropped a broad hint on his next move after his decision to leave Times Now.
NDTV and its blank screen for a day
“This blank screen is the real face of television today.”
Rahul-Kejri: The beaming condolence
If you haven’t been on social media bandwagon by now, it’s time you did.
BRICS and Indian media's attempt to run it down
By M.K. Bhadrakumar
Tipu Sultan and his death memorial
(The below excerpts are gratefully taken from Sanjeev Sanyal’s masterpiece “Ocean of
Maharaja Hari Singh, Nehru and Sheikh Abdullah
History, in India, is a strange subject and historians even stranger. The subject is reviled by students who perceive it to be dull and boring.