Dipankar Sinha

Where next after multimedia?

A new collection of essays seeks to make sense of our new multimedia world, where we are both producers and consumers, newly free and newly constrained

Jul 15, 2013

E par Bangla, 0 par Bangla, no thank you

If media is to help Bangladesh and India understand each other, then media on either side should first begin to understand Bangladesh and India.

Jul 19, 2005

Para ninda, Para charcha

The chat-behind-the-back has emerged as a 'political right' of the ordinary people, a way to defy authority and try and keep it in check.

Mar 13, 2004

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