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Malini Parthasarathy
Co-Chair, The Hindu Group & Director, Editorial Strategy | Former Editor, The Hindu |Founded |M.S, Journalism, Columbia University | PhD, JNU|
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Malini Parthasarathy Feb 19
I stand in solidarity with my friend . Can’t understand the regressive behaviour of Twitter when it prides itself on being a platform for individual rights and freedoms!
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Malini Parthasarathy Feb 18
Congrats , so well deserved. Your contributions to corporate and business coverage out of Mumbai have raised the bar!
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Malini Parthasarathy Feb 17
Frightening that this should happen in London! The belligerence of these jingoist chauvinists crossing all bounds.
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Malini Parthasarathy Feb 17
See the sick hate that’s so pervasive on social media which is exploiting the for their poisonous polarising agenda! is a major icon of the Tamil film industry and a proud symbol of India’s cultural vibrancy. How low can the public discourse go?😡
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Malini Parthasarathy Feb 9
“The nodes of the Doklam trijunction lie in the three Tibetan-speaking Himalayan kingdoms that had imagined themselves in a federation independent of India and China: Bhutan (Ha Valley), Tibet (Chumbi Valley) and Sikkim” A fascinating piece!
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Malini Parthasarathy Feb 7
Clinching evidence nailed by ⁦⁩ reveals the former Defence Secretary did protest and strongly! “RM may pl. see. It is desirable that such discussions be avoided by the PMO as it undermines our negotiating position seriously.”
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Malini Parthasarathy Feb 4
Thanks, happy that the concept of a think-tank powered by the resources of an independent newspaper has taken off!
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Malini Parthasarathy Jan 31
Excellent piece by . However, I doubt that has this historical consciousness to grasp the potential in this narrative & use this to reclaim the original modernist vision of India as set out by the party founders!
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Malini Parthasarathy Jan 17
New information made available to deepens the mystery as to the inexplicable price escalation for the Rafale deal despite the reduction in the order for planes from 126 to 36. Laying all this out, frames the issues sharply. The Modi Govt must answer!
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Malini Parthasarathy Jan 4
Very proud of our senior deputy editor ⁦⁩ for winning the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award for investigative reporting for his stories on Tamilnadu’s gutka scam👍👏
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Malini Parthasarathy Jan 3
Calling a respected senior journalist “pliable” is despicable and uncalled for. All politicians in India traditionally expect deferential questioning. hasn’t yet shown that he’s an exception to this culture!
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Malini Parthasarathy Dec 30
The significance of the legendary Mrinal Sen:- “the film maker has to be an agent-provocateur – one who disturbs the spectator and moves him to action”. His passing is a major loss to India’s national imagination. v
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Malini Parthasarathy Dec 28
Thanks , your work was scholarly and the interventions you made sharp!
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Malini Parthasarathy Dec 27
Action taken.
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Malini Parthasarathy Dec 26
Will forward this to our marketing team, sorry
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Malini Parthasarathy Dec 25
It’s our duty to amplify your courageous fight against the oppression you faced in the industry, . We will stand by you!
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Suhasini Haidar Dec 21
The courts should take suo moto notice of this admission. What is a "pre-emptive encounter" anyway?
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Malini Parthasarathy Dec 21
What an amazing admission of guilt in this tweet by ! He admits to the preemptive encounters by the Gujarat police. In other words, Sohrabuddin & Tulsiram Prajapati were murdered. No due process, no rule of law & no onus on the police to offer proof of their charges?
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Malini Parthasarathy Dec 17
Replying to @abhiray59
Good point but there are some universal human values that are timeless, racism is intolerable now and was always!
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