Madhu Kishwar

  • Modi's marriage non-existent, it was never consummated: Madhu Kishwar 11-04-2014 11:07 PM

    In conversation with CNN IBN, Professor CSDS and Founder Editor of Manushi, Madhu Kishwar rubbished claims of Narendra Modi's marriage and called it non-existent. "Modi's so called marriage took place when they were teenagers. They never cohabited. Their marriage was never consummated. Legally they can call for annulment of the...
  • Is it in the best interest of BJP that Advani retires from politics? 20-03-2014 06:48 PM

    The Bharatiya Janata Party has decided to leave the decision on choice of seat for party veteran LK Advani to the man himself. IBN18's Editor-in-Chief Rajdeep Sardesai debates with LK Advani's ex-aide Sudheendra Kulkarni and Professor at CSDS Madhu Kishwar and asks whether it is time for the veteran leader...
  • NCW accepts Lekhi's claims of not revealing woman journalist's name 02-12-2013 06:28 PM

    New Delhi: The National Commission for Women has accepted BJP leader Meenakshi Lekhi's argument that she did not tweet the name of the complainant in the Tehelka Founder-Editor Tarun Tejpal sexual assault case and that the offending tweet was published after someone mishandled her phone. The NCW has asked the...
  • Tweets on Tehelka and Tejpal get personal 27-11-2013 06:34 PM

    New Delhi: The alleged rape case of a Tehelka journalist by its founder and editor in chief Tarun Tejpal is keeping the social media abuzz. The hardcore supporters of Tehelka and Tejpal cult to its harshest critics have been tweeting non-stop about the rape incident.Noted feminist and writer Madhu Kishwar...
  • Modi faces assassination threat, academic Madhu Kishwar claims on Twitter 18-04-2013 11:56 AM

    New Delhi: Academic Madhu Kishwar on Wednesday tweeted about a threat to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's life. Kishwar later deleted the controversial tweet, but not before it was picked up by hundreds of users who debated both the authenticity of the information and the need to delete it. "Yesterday...
  • Social activist beaten for helping street vendors 05-01-2008 11:12 PM

    Ahmedabad: Embattled he might be, but Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting on Wednesday rejected reports that he is planning to retire after his team's World Cup campaign, saying that he has not given a thought to the idea. A London-based newspaper on Wednesday claimed that the 36-year-old batsman, who is...