I have been reporting on political events in the country for so long that I have noticed things always come full circle and the more they seem to change, the more they remain the same. Read more

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I cut my milk teeth as a journalist on disaster coverage – cyclones, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, plane crashes and, of course, riots. Read more

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My career as a journalist has run parallel to the communication revolution in India. My first full blown election reportage was in 1984 – and I remember the long wait at the Central Telegraph Office to send out a telegram with just the salient points of a particular address by a particular leader after an election rally in the rural districts. Read more

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Sharad Pawar is capable of a lot of things but lucidity and articulation in the English language is not one of them. Read more

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