You and I may not like politicians, but lets face it, don’t we love the game called politics specially during elections?
The sound bytes, the claims and counterclaims, repeated invocation of the higher power called the “high command” and, sadly, the losers. There is a certain magic about elections. And newspapers had a monopoly on it till, let’s say, 15 to 20 years ago. Read more
It’s heartbreaking to follow stories done by others – newspapers or television news channel. That’s the way we grew up, in a two-newspaper town.
It was a matter of shame to be beaten by the rival paper on a story. And we were conditioned to deal with that shame by ignoring the news-break. Read more