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Open Letter to Deepika Padukone

(ignore the usage of the term ‘schizophrenic’. NDTV did get in touch with me to explain why. It is not because they did not do their research. 63 more words

Health

#MediaMoves

Shivangi Shukla joins NDTV 24×7 as an Associate Output Editor. Prior to this, she worked as an Assistant Producer at TV Today and can be reached at… 37 more words

Movers & Shakers

Deepika Padukone opens up about her depression.

The gorgeous actress, Deepika Padukone recently attended a chat show on NDTV called Let’s Talk About Depression, where she spoke about her battle with depression. 71 more words

What's Happenin'

Commercial 3D Printing is Flying High in India (Source: gadgets.ndtv.com)

Source: gadgets.ndtv.com

Even a low-resolution, entry-level 3D printer still costs a huge amount of money today – you’ll easily spend around a lakh to buy one – but that hasn’t stopped people fromĀ  914 more words

3dprinting

Difficult times

It is not every day that an effort to change the ‘system’ is made. It is not every day that a campaign becomes a movement, a movement turns into a party, and a party turns into an institution in itself. 508 more words

Aam Admi Party

HOW FOREIGN JOURNALISTS VIEW INDIA. The excessive media coverage of the #Nirbhaya rape or the so-called vandalizing of Delhi churches

(which never happened, see: http://www.firstpost.com/india/crying-wolf-narrative-of-delhi-church-attacks-flies-in-the-face-of-facts-2101105.html.), by the western press, raises the question of the fairness of western journalists posted in India.

In my experience, foreign journalists (and photographers) are generally interested in three kinds of India : 2,294 more words

Haryana Incident & #NDTVGirlAsks

Yesterday there were two events which gathered most attention on social media.

One was the Church Attack in Haryana which brought attention of a Cop Julio Ribeiro, an Industrialist Anand Mahindra, and leading the pack of Journalists were Sagarika Ghose and her husband. 1,003 more words