The cacophony on TV would have us believe that the character of India has changed. Or perhaps we are just being fooled by bogus TRPs and manufactured social media posts generated by troll farms, asks
The furious backlash on social media that forced Tanishq
to withdraw an advertisement from YouTube is a sad reflection of the intolerant times Indians live in, says the second edit
arguing that the Tatas should have stood firm. Read it here
My column looks at the major political parties’ policy-driven schizophrenia that makes them oppose a policy when out of power and embrace it when they are in office. Read it here
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