Daily Archives: 3 June 2007

‘Why ACJ kept out ex-journalists and PhDs’

MATHIHALLI MADAN MOHAN writes from Hubli: Why did the Asian School of Journalism have to move out of Bangalore and be relocated in Madras? Unbelievable as it may seem, because adequate and suitable accommodation could not be found for it in Silicon City. In an interaction with mediamen on Sunday, ACJ founder T.J.S. George said…

The eyes and ears of the public as “guests”

RAMYA KRISHNAMURTHY writes from Bangalore: The on-again, off-again Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (BMIC), linking Karnataka’s two most prominent cities, has been mired in controversy and litigation for over a decade now, and polarised political, bureaucratic and public opinion, often on caste lines. On the one hand, there are those like former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda…