Rock art, Bhimbetka, Mesolithic era, among the oldest instances of media in India. Bhimbetka's rock art, the oldest in the world, originally made by Homo erectus, dates back 350,000 years
Rock art, Bhimbetka, Mesolithic era, among the oldest instances of media in India. Bhimbetka's rock art, the oldest in the world, originally made by Homo erectus, dates back 350,000 years
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 Via Media
  Vol IV : issue 2

  Robin Jeffrey
  Paul Zacharia
  Antara Dev Sen
  Hemant Divate
  Khalil I Al-Fuzai
  
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A.S. Panneerselvan - Media as the enemy (Essay) - Examining the increasingly hostile relationship between the State and the Fourth Estate in Tamil Nadu.
Shohini Ghosh - Media and the aftermath of 9/11 (Essay) - Footage of the WTC tragedy, the attack on the Indian Parliament and the Gujarat riots encourage the willing suspension of belief.
Amita Malik - That was All India Radio (Essay) - The considerable legacy of AIR is being eroded by its stodgy image and poor production quality.
Pratik Kanjilal - Good news, bad news (Essay) - Internet publishing has altered the notion of media, and as we discover new uses for media, it, in turn, discovers new ways of using us.
Akhila Shivadas - Debating the digital divide (Essay) - The digital divide is the widest in India, and media will play a crucial role in bridging it.
Sheela Reddy - Working with words (Reportage) - A woman who works as a domestic help has written a book that lays bare the demons of her past.
Swadesh Deepak - No bad news (Fiction, translated from the Malayalam)
Parashuram - Ram Rajya (Fiction, translated from the Bengali)
Asghar Wajahat - No one responsible (Fiction, translated from the Hindi)
K. Satchidanandan - Tenderness in stone (Review) - reading Dom Moraes' Typed with One Finger.
Navtej Sarna - Scrub forest to sunset boulevard (Review) - Inderjit Badhwar's Sniffing Papa.
Keki N. Daruwalla - Exile and the kingdom left behind (Review) - Reading Daud Haider's Obsidian.
Dilip Chitre - Liberating the critic (Review) - on Ramchandra Gandhi's Svaraj: A Journey with Tyeb Mehta's 'Shantiniketan Triptych'.
K. Satchidanandan - Gandhi and the tree (Poetry, translated from the Malayalam)
Rajani Thiranagama - To my journalist friends (Poetry)
Ilayabharati - Stars of death (Poetry, translated from the Tamil)
Nabaneeta Dev Sen - Najma (Poetry, translated from the Bengali)
Haris Khalique - Role (Poetry)
Nabaneeta Dev Sen - Najma (Poetry, translated from the Bengali)
Hemant Divate - And here too he gets screwed (Poetry, translated from the Marathi by Dilip Chitre)
Yatindra Mishra - Girija (Poetry, translated from the Hindi)
Revathy Gopal - I fashion myself out of words (Poetry)
Bhuvana Sankaranarayanan - The thought cobra (Poetry)
Niranjan Mohanty - A search (Poetry)
Rajan C.H. - Alone (Poetry)
Arnab Chatterjee - Blank call (Poetry)
Sitanshu Yashaschandra - Language (Poetry)
Deepa A. - On the murder of journalism (Poetry)
PLUS: Backlog - More criminally violent images from Vishwajyoti Ghosh.
    
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