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Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019
Manu Joseph

Manu Joseph

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The alleged comedians of All India Bakchod have tried to explain ‘net neutrality’, and it is charming that they have done so without expressing a desire to fornicate with someone’s mother, or whatever it is that they say in the name of humour

articles by Manu Joseph (93 results)
Sep 17, 2017 09:10
In his new novel, Miss Laila, Armed and Dangerous, Manu Joseph takes a hard look at not just the political class and law enforcement agencies, but also “the good folks”. In this excerpt, Mukundan, an intelligence agent, is on the trail of two terror... read more
Nov 18, 2016 00:50
It is rare for people to have an accommodating view of a sudden policy that only has long-term benefits, especially one that has hurt them. But there is observable evidence that the general public is with Modi on this read more
Nov 09, 2016 21:30
Democracies will not voluntarily and peacefully cease to be democracies. Once people have tasted rights, especially under the umbrella of a righteous political idea, they would not want to lose them read more
Nov 02, 2016 21:31
India’s neo-nationalism is searching for respectable shames and urban air quality is a worthy disgrace. We must not underestimate what nationalism can achieve when it is inspired by shame instead of pride read more
Oct 26, 2016 19:30
The Ae Dil Hai Mushkil drama is very similar to what happened in late 2014 to Sony’s The Interview, a film in which two American journalists are assigned to kill the North Korean soft-toy dictator, Kim Jong-un. In both the cases, representatives of the... read more
Sep 11, 2016 22:01
The voter is ready to overlook the deviations in a politician as the politician appears to be very street-smart, hence useful in the short term. read more
Aug 28, 2016 19:58
There are analyses that explain why the man ended up carrying his wife’s corpse for 12 km, but not on how the family could have been in a better place read more
Aug 15, 2016 22:32
There is another danger when suicides become centerpieces of social rebellion. An unspoken understanding comes to be in the society that if people are not killing themselves maybe their suffering is not that great. The overt or covert or sophisticated... read more
Aug 07, 2016 23:35
Being considered as a venue for the games is no longer prestigious. Several nations consider it a wasteful expenditure read more