Arnab’s Republic, Modi’s Ideology

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  • Louis Fernandez

    SANDEEP BHUSHAN’s jealousy and frustration has been exhibited in the article.

  • Avijit Pathak

    Truly, a thoughtful and honest article. It is becoming increasingly difficult to resist the onslaught of the dominant political/economic forces on the media.

  • venkat

    The English language media of all kinds is heavily biased and badly need correctives and in this background the arrival of the proposed new channel ‘republic’ is to be welcomed.

  • Radha Rajan

    There are no “objective” journalists just as there are no “objective” historians. There is a subjective slant to both. So why expect Arnab to be something no other journalist even pretends to be?

  • The Wire

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