Tata V Mistry : Fundraising from Boardroom to Courtroom

Ratan Tata - Tata Group

One of India's oldest and most trusted brands of all time was recently in one of the biggest financial feuds with its life long business partners. I am indeed talking about the Tata vs Mistry dispute. In the last month, Tata Sons and the construction giant Shapoorji Pallonji Group were on the verge of fighting another bitter courtroom battle that would have further strained...

Bengal Elections : The Aftermath

Bengal Elections : The Aftermath

On Sunday, May 2 the Trinamool Congress celebrated its landslide victory in the Bengal elections with pomp and vigour and why not? Its leader Mamata Banerjee has successfully managed to combat a party that has its tentacles in almost all parts of India. Her role as the strongest opposition to the Bharatiya Janata Patry is commendable, but even then some key questions are to...

The Romance of Resistance: Money Heist and the Fetishisation of the Dissident in Popular Culture

The Romance of Resistance: Money Heist and the Fetishisation of the Dissident in Popular Culture

When I finished all four seasons of Netflix’s Money Heist (La Casa de Papel) in less than a week’s time, there were two things that I realised:  I am an incorrigible binge-watcher with pitiful self-control,  Money Heist is more than just well-made television.  Needless to say, the former was not new knowledge, but with ample time at my disposal, courtesy of the lockdown, I...

Religious Fetishisation of Love: Hélder Câmara and Mother Teresa

A picture of Mother Theresa in Kolkata

Any conversation on “love”- romantic or otherwise- is to necessarily (and often unknowingly) be a conversation on State, church and industry. Yet, love is a subtle, weaponisable element adopted by structures such as these to preserve compliance and moneyed control. A random listicle on “14 ways to show love to the less fortunate on Valentine’s Day” reminded me of a comparison I’ve often made...

How Indian Newsrooms Have Become Hubs For Peddling Violence

indian media circus

Investigation missions are carried to unearth “archeological” proof of Lord Ram's existence when a humongous domed building, materially existent, is negated, standing invisibilised to the eyes of a million people.  The structure is a mosque and further owes its name to a ruler of a past the country seeks to blot out of memory. Delhi media spends days covering the issue. Months, in fact....

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