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10 things Narendra Modi shouldn’t talk about when he speaks in Mysore todaychurumuriIMG_1231

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 05:23:37 +0000

*** Prime minister Narendra Modi‘s election speeches all sound the same everywhere: a high-pitched, nasal drone of the badlaav BJP will bring to the soil he is stomping that day. Today, …

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Is this the hero of the #NiravModi scam, the whistleblower who alerted PMO?churumuriScreenshot 2018-02-16 08.07.39.pngScreenshot 2018-02-16 07.51.24.pngScreenshot 2018-02-16 07.47.02.pngScreenshot 2018-02-16 08.24.03.png

Fri, 16 Feb 2018 03:08:36 +0000

It is touching to see the coverage of the Rs 11,400 crore Nirav Modi scandal in Bangalore newspapers, as if it were some “international” story, taking place in faraway countries called …

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18 things to know about India’s latest Gujarati* fraud, Nirav Modi, in case Priyanka askschurumuriScreenshot 2018-02-15 12.44.32.pngScreenshot 2018-02-15 12.14.50Screenshot 2018-02-15 12.59.06.png

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 07:44:53 +0000

1. Nirav Modi is 48 years old. He was born in Palanpur in Gujarat and lived in Bombay with his wife Ami, who is also accused in the Punjab National …

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Everybody loves a good newspaper readership survey because everybody gets to be No.1churumuriScreenshot 2018-02-10 10.03.13Screenshot 2018-02-10 10.57.54Screenshot 2018-02-10 10.43.03IMG_1092.jpgScreenshot 2018-02-10 10.41.58.pngIMG_1093.jpgWhatsApp Image 2018-02-10 at 9.09.55 AM.jpeg

Mon, 12 Feb 2018 10:30:28 +0000

The 2013 Indian Readership Survey left almost every newspaper publisher dissatisfied, and 18 groups joined hands to point fingers at the “shocking anomalies, which defy logic and commonsense“. But as …

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50 years ago, today, the news of the murder of Deendayal UpadhyaychurumuriIMG_1131IMG_1130

Mon, 12 Feb 2018 04:26:12 +0000

50 years ago, today, the BJP’s current fixation, Jan Sangh president Deenadayal Upadhyay met his end in far from ideal circumstances. Above are excerpts from news reports in The Hindu and …

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What the world’s most famous Karnataka watcher sees in the coming electionschurumuriProf. James Manor_0_0

Thu, 08 Feb 2018 06:35:08 +0000

Professor James Manor of the School of Advanced Study, University of London, has been tracking politics in Karnataka for 48 years—and counting. Renowned as the man who knows more about Karnataka …

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All of us want a ‘Good Death’, but how many of us get the perfect one?churumuri14f8f739-ebc4-4569-9da7-6b74852997f4

Mon, 29 Jan 2018 05:31:04 +0000

A “good death” would sound like a proper oxymoron, much like “good taliban” or “good terrorist”, if only it didn’t offer a commentary on its inherent fatalism. But it is …

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A ‘vachana’ sung by Pandit Venkatesh Kumar that has a special meaning in today’s Indiachurumuri

Wed, 24 Jan 2018 13:35:22 +0000

There are lots of fantastic things you can do on a Tuesday evening if you are not involved in the demanding duties of ‘desh bhakti’. You can have “plans” for …

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21 questions Times Now and Zee couldn’t ask Narendra Modi for obvious reasonschurumuri

Mon, 22 Jan 2018 06:25:52 +0000

Indira Gandhi is famously said to have labelled journalists as “glorified stenographers”. In Lutyens Delhi, anchors and presenters of brain-dead TV news channels are working hard to remove even the …

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India’s 10th ranked English newspaper reaches 10 times more people than ‘Republic TV’churumuriscreenshot-2018-01-19-13-19-17.pngScreenshot 2018-01-19 14.39.02

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 11:45:31 +0000

Jaipur Literary Festival, the mahakumbh of fiction lovers, is still a week away, but a gripping story of the “meteoric” rise in newspaper circulation across this glorious land of milk, …

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A paragraph on Virat Kohli that could well have been written on Narendra Modichurumuri1498480947-2213screenshot-2018-01-18-08-31-12.png

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 05:21:23 +0000

Girilal Jain, the late editor of The Times of India and an early mover among journalists who saw India moving to the Right, once said that in India, “politics sets …

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Mr Sampath: The Mysore printer whom the actor Dr Raj Kumar called ‘Appaji’churumuri

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 04:54:04 +0000

In today’s Andolana, the Kannada broadsheet newspaper from Mysore, appears this small, single-column advertisement on its last page. A dignified portrait, not looking into the camera, writ with decency and …

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A mass-marriage in a tiny village in Karnataka tells everything there is to know about our societychurumuriJSS_Suttur_Jathra_2017_Vivaha_06jss-marriage-8jss-marriage-6jss-marriage-cmp-2fullsizeoutput_1c60.jpeg

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 06:41:02 +0000

If there is one event that holds a mirror to the gargantuan socio-economic challenges confronting Bharat that is India, it must be a “mass marriage” where dozens of couples tie …

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“Sex pervert strikes again” 64 years later—this time in Kerala, this time digitallychurumuri

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 14:58:55 +0000

Before he set sail to India and then onward to England, where he rose to become one of the greatest investigative reporters of the 20th century at The Sunday Times, the late, great Phillip Knightley worked at a weekend tabloid newspaper in his home-country, Australia. This, of course, was when there was still something called […]

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A Kannada poem by a Mangalore NRI that is a fitting epitaph for modern politicschurumuriScreenshot 2018-01-10 10.25.06

Wed, 10 Jan 2018 05:06:05 +0000

Karnataka’s west coast, for long a Hindutva laboratory in the South, is beginning to show positive results as assembly elections loom over the horizon. Barely a week goes by without …

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