Kishwar Desai

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Kishwar Desai

George the Adorable

He has only two teeth, scanty blonde hair, can barely crawl, mostly gurgles and refuses to eat vegetables, but as the third in line to the British throne, he has been grabbing headlines ever since he

Going gaga over the gongs

New Year brings with it the annual, much-awaited Honours List. Predictably, agitated Londoners get busy scanning newspapers finding out whether one of their own has made it.

Convulsions in pop press

One of the most tumultuous occurrences in the history of British media took place this year when some journalists working at the highly successful tabloid, News of the World , were accused of using underhanded means for news gathering.

Of late, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has been thoughtlessly and in a hurry jumping into every available situation, without verifying basic facts, to criticise the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Madhu Kishwar, as the editor of Manushi, set the feminism agenda for many Indian women decades ago. Madhu Kishwar as chief media admirer of prime ministerial hopeful Narendra Modi is another story completely. The first Kishwar has been declared missing, never to be found.