December 30, 2004

Conservative students, liberal professors
Latest fight pits teachers against pupils

December 29, 2004

How you can help tsunami victims
While the government is still slow with publicising details of how people can help those affected by tsunamis that hit south India on Sunday morning, bloggers in India and elsewhere seem to be doing their bit

Tsunami: Complete coverage

December 19, 2004

RIP Gary Webb -- Unembedded Reporter
The finest journalist ever to get fired for telling the truth is dead at age 49

Rumsfeld to sign condolence letters himself
The US defense secretary will now sign letters to families of troops killed in action, after the Pentagon acknowledged signing machines had been used

10 things we learned about blogs
Radio had its golden age in the 1930s. In the 1950s, it was television's turn. Historians may well date the golden age of the blog from 2004—when's most searched-for definition was blog

December 18, 2004

Media Wish List for 2005
This time of year, columnists tend to put on their prognostication caps and tell readers what they think will happen next year

December 15, 2004

Hotmail founder has lots more in store
Sabeer Bhatia is preparing for the launch of five startups

December 06, 2004

Flat tyre spikes NRI's US dream
An Indian-American businesswoman who sought police help is in jail, awaiting deportation

Father wants Subrata to quit football
A day after the fatal collision with Cristiano de Lima Junior, Pranballav Pal and his family were waiting, not for a hero’s homecoming, but for a young man living through 'the most painful moment' of his life seeks fresh talent
E-mail to newsroom staff in search of an experienced editor, as it prepares for redesign

December 05, 2004

Google's Newsbot isn't biased
Rather than representing news, the bots often reflect a bias that exists on the Net

Arms business booms again
(The Times of India)

Bolt your door, or they'll steal it

Beckham's butler quits
John Giles-Larkin, 29, left after two years, apparently fed up with the demands of the football star's pop singer wife Victoria

December 03, 2004

Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law speaks out
Jamal Khalifah
says he's not surprised that it is difficult to capture the Al Qaeda leader

Prospects for peace
Vinod Mehta considers the first official visit of Pakistan's prime minister to the Indian capital