India Insight

Telecom companies woo women with angel stores

By Aradhana Aravindan
March 25, 2013

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from Photographers' Blog:

Fight for a frame

May 2, 2011

The digital revolution has its pros and cons; on one hand it has amplified the chance of getting a picture in a stampede-like situation and on the other, it has created the stampede-like situation. With the advent of digital technology, the number of publications and media houses has grown, in turn multiplying the number of cameramen and photographers present at an event. Yet it has also increased the number of picture possibilities which in the celluloid days were limited to 36 frames in a film roll. Good or bad there is no going back.

Is Congress digging its own corrupt grave?

January 13, 2011

Telecom Minister Kabil Sibal’s attack on the competency of India’s independent state auditor appears to show Congress’s growing desperation at its inability to silence corruption charges, and the inevitable backfire may illustrate just how out of touch India’s ruling party has become with the current political climate.

Trouble comes calling for the Congress

November 10, 2010

A man talks on a mobile phone near a hoarding promoting mobile telephones in New Delhi January 20, 2004. REUTERS/B Mathur/Files
Ashok Chavan and Suresh Kalmadi have been let go by the Congress. Who will be next?