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Speaking Volumes: Bloodlines and Revolutions

(Published in the Business Standard, July 28, 2014)

It is often forgotten these days that the history of Indian writing in English was built on memories of rebellion, the hope of revolution and a deep anger at the ways in which Indians were their own oppressors. 870 more words

Indian Literature

Trial Do's and Don'ts 'Suggestions'

Orientation –

 Rules and guidelines for the press.

Will they all heed them?


Starting with the 1992 Rodney King beating trial, the first high-profile in which I was involved as a court-media liaison, I prepared a list of court and trial policies and rules and held a meeting in advance with the media who planned to cover the trial. 96 more words


Taib's son's case: 'trial by media' questions

Fair reporting in continuing court cases, rapid filing of news copy, and trial commentaries outside the hearing, leading to a “trial by media” were all brought up at the Kuala Lumpur syariah high court yesterday. 252 more words



How many of us growing up ever dreamed of finding a pirates treasure map? Or just stumbling on the big one is there such a thing as pirates treasure? 77 more words


Keep up with the citizens

What role do you envisage for UGS (user genrated stories) in a media eco sphere predominantly fuelled by social media?

Social media is a way of sharing content with others, if it is a picture of your breakfast, words about loved ones or….

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