Neenaz Ichaporia

  • 'Her wishes don't count': troubling commentary on the Tarun Tejpal sexual assault case

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    The cacophony around the Tarun Tejpal sexual assault allegations has grown so loud that I feel we have missed the point of both the survivor's...

  • The other side of Hu Jintao's visit: racial profiling

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    National integration, unity in diversity. Forget all the civics lessons and ignore any government propaganda. It's all bunkum anyway, if anything is to be learned...

  • CWG: The race against time continues 22-09-2010 10:00 PM

    New Delhi: Whatever can go wrong is going wrong with the Commonwealth Games. After Tuesday’s footbridge collapse, there was more embarrassment for the Organising Committee (OC) in store on Wednesday as a portion of the false ceiling collapsed in the weightlifting arena at the Jawahar Lal Stadium. CNN-IBN visited three...
  • CJ: Explore the mess created by CWG 12-09-2010 09:02 PM

    On this week's episode of Citizen Journalist, we bring you glimpses of those areas in Delhi that have been transformed into a living hell, thanks to the Commonweath Games. ...
  • CJ fights back against domestic violence 01-08-2010 04:07 PM

    For the last 16 years Jyoti's husband has been allegedly harassing her. The husband tortures him both physically and mentally. ...
  • Save Bhopal: Help 6-yr-old victim Meenakshi 13-07-2010 02:06 PM

    Meenakshi’s growth is severely stunted and she learned to walk only at age 4. She began to speak just a year ago. ...
  • CJ appeals to stop honour killings 11-07-2010 02:22 PM

    On June 14, 2010, Yogesh (20) and Asha (19) were brutally killed in the name of honour in Delhi. ...
  • Disney killed The Little Mermaid

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    Snow White, Cinderella, the Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, The Twelve Swans, The Princess and the Pea. All these fairy-tales tell the story of...

  • World to go dark for earth's bright future 27-03-2010 12:29 PM

    New Delhi: Nearly 4,000 cities worldwide will switch off their lights during Earth Hour on Saturday. And among campaigners from across the globe are a group of kids from Delhi, who are finding colourful ways to attract attention. ...
  • Real Heroes: A man who ensures cries for help don't go waste 16-03-2010 10:56 AM

    Ramesh Kushwah runs emergency response service in Gwalior. ...
  • Budget 2010: Indians want review of current tax laws 15-02-2010 04:29 PM

    Save more for family to ensure a comfortable future ahead. ...
  • To the moon and back

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    'Buy a piece of the moon today!' No, I haven't gone looney writing this blog, I've simply gone lunar. It's not often that ...

  • CJ impact: Govt provides shelter to freedom figher Gayatri Devi 14-01-2010 10:44 AM

    She will get medical attention and care at an old age home in Janakpuri. ...
  • Freedom fighter, 90, fights for pension 09-01-2010 09:38 AM

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  • Her Lonely Battle

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    When I first found Gayatri Devi, she was a lonely crumpled figure, roaming around the emergency ward of RML hospital, here in the national capital....

  • A Towering Controversy

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    I read the reports with increasing dismay. The blinkered view that European politicians take of their national identities is short-sighted and unsustainable in the long...

  • Voices From The City Of Dreams

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    'Dear Neenaz, I have been feeling a void for a long time now since those 3 days, and every article or blog, of anger, ...

  • Big fight, small community

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    There's a quiet revolution underway in one of Mumbai's most well recognised minority communities. Over the past two weeks, Parsis have been coming out to...

  • Nepal declares republic, monarchy abolished 29-05-2008 01:44 PM

    Leicester: Ottis Gibson says it is too early to make decisions about the composition of the West Indies side for the third and final Test against England, starting on Thursday at Edgbaston in Birmingham. The Windies coach was speaking after rain severely scuppered his team\'s plans for vital match practice...
  • Father imprisons, rapes daughter for 24 yrs 29-04-2008 04:42 AM

    Hobart: It's tough to swallow such a loss, is how a dejected Sri Lankan skipper Mahela Jayawardene put it after India pulled off a sensational victory over his team to keep their hopes alive in the tri-series on Tuesday. Virat batted brilliantly I think. You have to give him a...
  • Canada seeks answers on BlackBerry issue 28-04-2008 01:32 AM

    Islamabad: Pakistan's banned cricketer Mohammad Amir returned home on Sunday after serving his jail sentence for spot-fixing in London. Amir was sentenced for six months, but was released earlier this month due to good behavior after serving half his sentence, for spot-fixing with two teammates — Salman Butt and Mohammad...
  • Afghan President escapes Taliban gunfire 27-04-2008 10:42 PM

    Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board has no plans to strip Misbah-ul-Haq of the captaincy in any format of the sport in the near future, in the wake of ODI series whitewash against England. "Misbah is going to be retained as captain for the Asia Cup and there are no immediate...
  • Sarabjit's sister carries 18 rakhis to Lahore prison 25-04-2008 12:16 AM

    London: A fourth cricketer in four months was sent to a British jail on Friday for fixing part of a match, as a judge dealt a fresh blow to the sport's integrity. Former Essex bowler Mervyn Westfield was jailed for four months after admitting taking 6,000 pounds ($9,200) to intentionally...