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Brazening it out
By Inder Malhotra
There is little doubt that it was primarily the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who insisted that the man in the eye of the storm over the "cash on camera affair" must go. But for this, Dilip Singh Judev might still have been around as ...
Venality on videotape
First it was the Tehelka. Now it is the Judev video. As it were, Indian politics is still to come to terms with the interventionist potential of the 24-hour news channel. Television has already redefined, in many ways, how the leaders and ...
Corruption... a canker no more?
Society is more tolerant of those operating on the fringes of the law and this has allowed the political class to be blase about certain things, which were a strict `no-no' in the past. Alok Mukherjee reports.
Small screen magic
A new breed of politicians owes its rise to television, says Anjali Mody.
Winning an election is a sure way of making those fast and vast quantities of bucks which can keep generations living in style. Neena Vyas reports.
The mask comes off
Voters in Madhya Pradesh feel that the judev footage only reflects the true face of politicians, says Lalit Shastri.
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