BY TCA SRINIVASA RAGHAVAN| IN BOOKS |02/01/2017
The author interviewed several of those who troll. They belong to the lower sub-stratum of the BJP, which has a pretty sophisticated upper stratum as well.
BY TCA SRINIVASA RAGHAVAN| IN OPINION |22/08/2016
Journalists have lost all sense of proportion in the attention they give to a routine technocratic appointment that means little to the citizen,
BY TCA SRINIVASA RAGHAVAN| IN BOOKS |23/10/2015
Since Modi became PM a vigorous debate has been going on about the intellectual atmosphere in the country. But who exactly is an intellectual? Who creates them?
To give or not to give a byline is an existential question. The use of bylines has waxed and waned over the years.
BY TCA SRINIVASA RAGHAVAN| IN OPINION |15/07/2015
The edit page has become like nipples on the male chest: decorative but useless.
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News18 reports  hat The JNU administration has asked student activist Shehla Rashid to appear for a proctoral inquiry over her claims on Twitter about "Internet censorship" on the campus. Rashid, a former JNU students' union vice president, had tweeted on November 11 that students were unable to access content from AIB, The Wire, NDTV, and YouTube videos related to student movements, and that certain keyword searches related to Mamata Bannerjee, Rahul Gandhi, and others were censored.  Rashid has said she will not appear for the enquiry since the JNU administration has no jurisdiction over her tweets.

Journalists in Bastar were abuzz with news of a pamphlet circulated purportedly by a Maoist group that they would face 'dire consequences' if they misreported encounters in Bijapur district. Last week however the Bijapur press club received a pamphlet from  the South Bastar Divisional Committee of the Maoists which said the news is fake and a 'conspiracy of vigilante groups like Agni, security forces and government'.                 
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