How legal arm-twisting by corporates is shackling reportage and undermining democracy in India

A Muffled Voice

Date posted: October 1, 2016 | Category: Review

Bapoo Malcolm writes:

There are two distinct writing styles discernible in the book. One staid. The other racy. But the research and facts stand out. One never feels that there is any wavering from the truth. Where the authors, Paranjoy Guha Thakurta and Subir Ghosh, were personally involved, they make it clear. It is for the reader to decide whether they have axes to grind. Constant vigilance is the price of freedom. Newsmen, and women, help in no small measure. But investigative journalism is not for the faint of heart nor for the weak of spirit.

Read about the book on the MoneyLife website here.


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