Pratik Kanjilal The Indian Express Group
Saturday 4 January '14PM's New Year address was a post mortem, not a curtain-raiser for 2014.
Sunday 29 December '13A year in which India’s politics was altered in unimaginable ways.
Saturday28 December '13From next week, the cameras will be focused on deliverables.
Saturday21 December '13AAP plans to seek out scams spawned by the Congress and the BJP, yet Congress is ready to give unconditional support
Wednesday18 December '13Vikram Seth on A Suitable Girl and his contract with the Muse.
Saturday14 December '13The recent election results threw up several entertaining but hollow arguments
Saturday7 December '13The news that his father Asaram Bapu’s trial was to begin on Friday was relegated to the ticker.
Saturday7 December '13Finally, graphic narrative finds its place in the Partition canon.
Sunday8 December '13Is design more about communication or advertising? The debate started exactly 50 years ago and remains unresolved.
Saturday30 November '13A TRP harvest frenzy has led news channels to go overboard, and on board as well.
Saturday23 November '13Leading news organisations, including Tehelka, appear to be innocent of a basic understanding of the law.
Sunday24 November '13Climate change incites debate and discussion but there are no absolutes. Where do we go from here? And for how long before it is too late?
Saturday16 November '13Sachin Tendulkar's long-awaited retirement has thrown the media into a state of heightened emotion.
Saturday9 November '13TV occupies the moral high ground on domestic abuse, superstition and unemployment.
Saturday2 November '13Modi had been 'putting lexicon' thick at the Patna rally, and was caught out...
Wednesday30 October '13Rajendra Yadav believed in saying anything, as long as it was said with civility.
Saturday26 October '13Only a legend’s death or a cyclone can divert the media from political campaigns.
Sunday20 October '13The dark arts of Bankim Chandra Chatterjee’s Kapalkundala, enshrined in a tiny temple in Bengal
Saturday19 October '13Phailin should be compared with the Odisha super-cyclone of 1999.
Friday18 October '13The short story, once edged out by marketing, could be reborn thanks to technology
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