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A very enjoyable and educative book indeed. -Bibek Debroy Chairman, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister

An unusual book. -Professor S. Irfan Habib Former Maulana Azad Chair, National University of Educational Planning and Administration, New Delhi

The book is simply 'unputdownable'. -Rasheed Kidwai Visiting Fellow, ORF


Congress leader Arjun Singh was aware of the imminent 
appointment of Dr Manmohan Singh as the prime minister. What did he do to sway the decision in his favour?
Did Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar help the religious leader Chandraswami escape the dragnet of the Enforcement Directorate?
What prompted the editor of Hindustan Times to publish an article titled 'National Shame' on the front page of the newspaper?
How did a typo in a copy received by All India Radio lead to an inquiry by the Pakistani authorities regarding a 'mole' in their midst?

Indian Media is a brilliant insight into our recent history. A treasure trove for all those who believe that journalists write the first draft of history, this is an honest perspective on various issues in the context of many geographical complexities, political realities and social dichotomies. Narrated through short pieces and snippets, it unveils several incidents and exposes ground realities that afflict politics, bureaucracy and even journalism. Moreover, serving a slice of history, it documents changes India has witnessed across the last quarter of the preceding century, providing insights into the history of public administration.

Anecdotal, humorous and often caustic, Indian Media is a fabulous work on Indian journalism and politics recounted by a senior journalist with an insider view of affairs.

Book Description

A tell-all memoir on Indian politics and journalism with first-hand accounts of ground reporting from a senior journalist.

About the Author

Anil Maheshwari served for about five decades in journalism and retired from the Hindustan Times as a Special Correspondent.
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Indian Media: A Ringside View

Indian Media: A Ringside View

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  • ISBN: 9789390513208
  • Author: Anil Maheshwari
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury India
  • Pages: 286
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

A very enjoyable and educative book indeed. -Bibek Debroy Chairman, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister

An unusual book. -Professor S. Irfan Habib Former Maulana Azad Chair, National University of Educational Planning and Administration, New Delhi

The book is simply 'unputdownable'. -Rasheed Kidwai Visiting Fellow, ORF


Congress leader Arjun Singh was aware of the imminent 
appointment of Dr Manmohan Singh as the prime minister. What did he do to sway the decision in his favour?
Did Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar help the religious leader Chandraswami escape the dragnet of the Enforcement Directorate?
What prompted the editor of Hindustan Times to publish an article titled 'National Shame' on the front page of the newspaper?
How did a typo in a copy received by All India Radio lead to an inquiry by the Pakistani authorities regarding a 'mole' in their midst?

Indian Media is a brilliant insight into our recent history. A treasure trove for all those who believe that journalists write the first draft of history, this is an honest perspective on various issues in the context of many geographical complexities, political realities and social dichotomies. Narrated through short pieces and snippets, it unveils several incidents and exposes ground realities that afflict politics, bureaucracy and even journalism. Moreover, serving a slice of history, it documents changes India has witnessed across the last quarter of the preceding century, providing insights into the history of public administration.

Anecdotal, humorous and often caustic, Indian Media is a fabulous work on Indian journalism and politics recounted by a senior journalist with an insider view of affairs.

Book Description

A tell-all memoir on Indian politics and journalism with first-hand accounts of ground reporting from a senior journalist.

About the Author

Anil Maheshwari served for about five decades in journalism and retired from the Hindustan Times as a Special Correspondent.

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