Nalin Mehta The Indian Express Group
Wednesday 9 May '12Has public service broadcasting returned to Indian television?
Thursday 23 April '09The Indian Premier League, version 2.0, has begun on a damp note. Will it recover?
Tuesday24 March '09Prudence and preparation should be paramount, not muscle-flexing
Thursday25 December '08What is the connection between a long forgotten US naval battleship that was blown up in the Havana Harbour in 1898 and the state of the post-Mumbai television discourse?
Saturday29 November '08Just after the attack on Gandhinagar’s Akshardham temple six years ago, a senior general with the NSG told me quite candidly...
Thursday13 November '08When George W. Bush barely scraped through in Florida in 2000, many Indian observers rightly pointed in glee to the successes of our own Election Commission and the inherent checks and balances in Ind...
Tuesday21 October '08He might have crafted a whole new image aimed at Delhi, but can he shake off his history?
Tuesday26 August '08When K.D. Jadhav won India’s last wrestling medal at the Helsinki Olympics in 1952 the celebrations at home were...
Tuesday12 August '08Lesson from India’s first individual Olympic gold: its sport, like its democracy, must find a unique model.
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