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Social Media, Media and entertainment, TV, Print

Breaking news that no one covered: How Indian media changed in 15 years

Credibility is out for a long walk. Trolls rule social media and Twitter handles are the new political handlers.


 |  Gloves Off |  4-minute read
Cricket, India vs Australia, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell

Why the Australian cricket team is dull and boring

Steve Smith’s side has provided ample evidence this Australian side lacks heart and hope.


 |  7-minute read
Life, Family, death, sadness

What I learnt about my life, every time death took someone away from me

Death changes all of us who have experienced it once or several times in our lives.


 |  6-minute read
JNU, protests, Gender body poll, GSCASH

How JNU administration launched a targetted attack on anti-sexual harassment watchdog

Another hard-fought victory of the students’ movement is nullified as JNU continues to be dragged back into the dark ages.


 |  5-minute read
Durga Puja, Muharram, Jawed Habib, egg roll video

Leave Durga Maa alone: An angry Bengali woman hits out at hatemongers

What Pujo will never signify is bigotry and intolerance over egg rolls and salon ads.


 |  4-minute read
Smartphone, Reliance, Jio, Feature phone, JioPhone

4 reasons why you shouldn't buy the JioPhone

The much-awaited 'Rs 0 phone' will be made available from tomorrow.


 |  4-minute read
Court, Election Commission, Rajkummar Rao, Newton

Newton is India's official entry for Oscars. That's not the only reason why you should go watch it

It's a film that encourages conversations on the many flaws that are prevalent in the world's largest democracy.


 |  7-minute read
Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi, Dynasty, Namo Birthday

Why the lines between bombast Modi and dynast Rahul Gandhi have blurred

It’s a silver spoon in the mouth versus a golden spoon in the hand.


 |  3-minute read
Satya Nadella, Bill Gates, Davos, Washington

How Satya Nadella plans to change our future

India Today cover story explores a new world where the future is being reinvented with the Microsoft CEO.