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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 5h
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Malini Parthasarathy 7h
How many times does this need to be said: You Sanghis don’t own Hinduism or Hindu icons. We cherish our icons the Kamadhenu and Airavata. We’re proud of our masthead and there’s no contradiction between this and our secular values. We aren’t bigots!
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Malini Parthasarathy 7h
Sad that you, who retweet a lot of our stories, thereby showing your respect for our content, should be so abusive of and call it names! Not befitting your stature! And we are not diminished by your name-calling!
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Malini Parthasarathy 7h
Looks like crony capitalists biggest gainers from exit poll results favouring the BJP! “Stock belonging to RIL, Reliance (Anil Ambani) and Adani groups rallying smartly. Adani Enterprises closed over 27% higher while Reliance Power closed 18% higher..”
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Malini Parthasarathy May 20
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Malini Parthasarathy May 19
Thanks, , am sure you will not be disappointed!
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Malini Parthasarathy May 19
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Malini Parthasarathy May 19
Thanks for your support
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Malini Parthasarathy May 19
Delighted that as India’s National Newspaper, we now have refreshed editions for Delhi and Mumbai that will cater more sensitively to our readers. ⁦⁩ will surely live up to its promise of being India’s national newspaper!
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Malini Parthasarathy May 19
The difference between a press conference & other meetings that public officials have with the media is that the media frames the agenda of questions and the public official is answerable, as it should be in a representative democracy
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Malini Parthasarathy May 18
The PM as a public official in a democracy is well aware that he is answerable to the public.He shouldn't sit in on a presser & taunt the assembled journalists with his silence! In the US, Presidents answer questions on any issue whenever there's a public interaction with media.
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Malini Parthasarathy May 17
Absolutely. To walk into a declared press meet and then refuse to answer questions from the dais amounts to teasing the assembled media. Why did he come there at all?
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Malini Parthasarathy May 17
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Malini Parthasarathy May 17
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Malini Parthasarathy May 17
If the Prime Minister of India sits on the dais along with the BJP president, it’s absurd in a parliamentary democracy to expect insulation from media questions! Why would he sit on the dais then?
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Malini Parthasarathy May 17
The journalists sitting there should have collectively walked out when it was clear that the Prime Minister was insulting our democracy by refusing to answer questions by the press! Where indeed was his sense of accountability?
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Malini Parthasarathy May 17
A precious editorial from our great paper on the Mahatma’s assassination urges that Gandhi’s inspirational legacy is adhered to. “If we are true to Gandhiji's teaching, nothing must deflect us from considering all classes, castes and communities as children of the same mother..”
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Malini Parthasarathy May 15
Condemnable are the threats to veteran actor- politician ⁦⁩ for his correctly identifying Gandhi’s assassin as a Hindu extremist. Here’s this Hindu sect leader’s violent threat not to let him move around,” & people will “thrash” him!
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Malini Parthasarathy May 12
A just and principled cause that we must all press for!
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