Manu Joseph

Manu Joseph became a journalist because he did not have to crack any objective-type entrance exam to be one. He is the author of two novels -- The Illicit Happiness of Other People, and Serious Men, his first, which won The Hindu Literary Prize and was one of Huffington Post 10 Best Books of 2010. He is the editor of Open.

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So, Do You Need Modi?

The arrival of Arvind Kejriwal eliminates the need for the urban educated middle-class to negotiate a compromise with its own values

The Rest of the X-Tapes

Only a fraction of the over 5,800 recorded conversations that lobbyist Niira Radia had with public figures and others have been revealed to the public. An official revelation of the entire set of what are known as Radia Tapes will be a significant moment in Indian democracy

‘We Are Not Wedded to Any Ideology’

Manu Joseph, editor of Open magazine, in conversation with Arvind Kejriwal at Smoke House Deli, a day before Kejriwal announced his plan to contest from the constituency which is Sheila Dikshit’s fief.