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A worm's eye view of the media

Some of the material is tedious and one is not sure why reproducing the email exchanges leading up to his exit would interest anyone

Editor Missing: The Media in Today's India

Editor Missing: The Media in Today's India

Aakar Patel
Editor Missing: The Media in Today's India
Author: Ruben Banerjee
Publisher: HarperCollins
Pages: 252
Price: Rs 599

A few days ago columnist T N Ninan wrote about the many more books being written in our time by retired civil servants. He separated the Indian Foreign Service officers, who wrote about the world and tended to be better writers than the Indian Administrative Service lot, who focussed on themselves. Indian media, like other parts of Indian society, has not seen many professionals writing either about their work or themselves. This is in comparison to books by editors and columnists in the United Kingdom and the

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First Published: Jun 29 2022 | 10:54 PM IST

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