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“The ‘Golden Hour’ is the most important hour in your life”: On the third anniversary of his second life, six lessons Sachin Kalbag learnt when he collapsed in ‘The Hindu’ newsroom

Journalists strut around as if they are masters of the universe. As if nothing can happen to them. As if nothing can stop them. As if the Chief Editor Up Above (or down below) has different plans for them, unlike other mortals. 958 more words


Delhi’s Pa Pa Ya offers 68 kinds of dumplings — The Hindu

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— by Madhur Tankha: Zoravar Kalra’s Pa Pa Ya has taken Delhi’s flirtation with the Cantonese food to a full-blown romance… 109 more words


Bhakti mystics - Article in The Hindu

In the Sunday magazine of The Hindu today, I write about how the message of the Bhakti mystics is relevant and applicable to our everyday lives and how understanding their works help us cope with challenges that we face today. 6 more words


A Discarded Cloth - K.S.Subramanian

A discarded cloth winks from a corner
awaiting the final shove to its fate.
In a few years it lost its sheen, hubris
whittled away by wear and tear. 181 more words


"If we don't have the facts, we don't print the news": Four big newspaper groups with 12 titles between them join hands to show the power of print journalism

Indian media houses rarely see eye to eye except when their shared commercial pursuits are in peril: like foreign direct investment (FDI) in newspapers, or the goods and services tax (GST) on newsprint, or wage board recommendations eating into their bottomline. 34 more words


What food films teach us about cuisine, culture and society — The Hindu

by Naman Ramachandran

A recent spate of food films, including ‘Ramen Shop’ and ‘Jimami Tofu’, go beyond cuisine to talk about how food affects our lives, and vice versa. 174 more words


A cut in the profits – understanding the lawyer’s version!

Justice Ruma Pal (Retd.) in her 2nd
April 2019 article ‘Ensuring Access to
in The Hindu highlights a practice that many advocates get into… 658 more words