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Magsaysay award winner and Sr. Executive Editor at NDTV – Ravish Kumar is an icon for many, who see him as a journalism who speaks for the public. He is also disliked in equal measure by a vast section of the population – for this stinging critique of the Government and probing questions.

With Bihar Elections around the bend, an opposition that has collapsed, democratic institutions that have just given up – we sit down with Ravish for a extended fireside chat on what is going on in India and where we are headed.

From Politics to People – Elections to Entertainment … Ravish touches on everything in this inimitable style and candor. In Part 1 of this 2 hour long conversation – Ravish also comes down heavy on citizens as well …. the class that has lost its voice and its ability to see clearly. He refutes the claim that the job of opposition is only for the parties.

00:00 – What’s in Part 1?
02:19 – Who is Bablu?
07:15 – Is Ravish an Anti-national?
14:11 – The Next Masterstroke from the Govt?
17:14 – After witnessing downturns in every sphere – have citizens woken up?
20:18 – Have the Democratic institutions fully collapsed in India?
29:02 – Issues on which elections will be fought in Bihar?
35:04 – Will cases like Bangalore riots increase?
37:45 – Are citizens supposed to play opposition to Government?
49:33 – Are the days of regional parties over?
55:53 – What’s coming up in Part 2??

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