The writer is Associate Editor.
Donald Trump’s threat to erase Iran is causing unrest elsewhere.
Accusations, counter-accusations, TV reporters as referees and a whodunit in Kolkata
New Scrabble words and the art of frequency analysis.
On the language of criminals and the world of crime.
Somewhere between mangoes, laddoos and rosogollas, a nation goes to election
Free speech is not for TV anchors alone. A group of liberals is exercising its right on YouTube
On the many plagues of humankind.
While foreign channels are consumed with the Brexit story, elections in India are opening doors that are best left closed
How the internet has caught up with the ways of the world.
Uncertain Journeys highlights the magnitude of the cost that workers have to pay when they are uprooted by financial need — a need so pressing that despite the hardships, they are inclined to return to foreign parts after they come home.
Of anti-satellite missiles, complicated national security issues and endless TV debates
Was the vision of internet-generated consumer power, preached by a divisive book 20 years ago, just a mirage?
Historical significance apart, the correspondence of the influential reveal the writers’ foibles in all their human ordinariness.
Far from the borders, anchors in TV studios marched to the tune of their own escalating drumbeat.
While TV runs away with the news of India turning off the tap on Pakistan, hate speech and threats against journalists peaked this week.
On speed, velocity, acceleration and other superpowers.
All eyes were on Mamata Banerjee, as she publicly refused to allow the CBI to bag her police chief, leaving no air time for anybody else.
Through the everchanging frame of prehistory, a look at the evolutionary story of we, the people.
A survivor’s manual in an increasingly totalitarian world.
While television is no longer at the leading edge of news, social media is formalising transparency norms for political advertising.