Anant Goenka is the Executive Director, The Indian Express Group and Head of New Media at The Indian Express. He is a USC Annenberg grad in Print Journalism.
Sunil Jain never let friendships come in the way of truth and of his convictions. This is what made people admire him and what made his relationships across the world so strong.
From Big Tech’s responsibility and power to why politicians trash the press: Marty Baron, the celebrated and storied executive editor of The Washington Post, who retires Sunday, spoke to Anant Goenka
With Melinda Gates, Bill Gates chairs the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the world’s largest private charitable foundation.
For four years now, we have been inviting you to the Gateway of India, on every anniversary of the attacks, to evaluate your view on the power of love and the power of hate. And to provoke a dialogue between the humanist and the extremist inside each one of us.
This was a general election where the BJP campaign exuded energy, the opinions of women mattered, and the Congress seemed to come up short in answering the tough questions
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We believe the appetite for Ramnath Goenka's signature brand of courageous journalism permeates all languages
The onus is on you, the reader, today — more than ever before — to proactively make choices on what you are reading.
What is clear is that the Punjab drug problem should have gotten more national attention many years ago
Thacker was awarded the Technology Senator of the year award at the 13th edition of Express Technology Senate recently, post which he had a long and candid interaction with Express Group's Anant Goenka.
After 67 years of independence, we need to find common factors other than our juvenile, hard-wired hatred for Pakistan, to unite us.
We dissect Rahul Gandhi's much-talked about interview with Arnab Goswami.
Washington Post's sale to Amazon founder CEO Jeff Bezos marks an important change in the news media business in America.
Until just a few years ago,going out to eat in South Mumbai was a lot like going for a movie in the early 2000s.
Tendulkar is far too quiet... he doesn't commit to any conversation,never takes a side.