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House of Secrets Is a Quiet Success

An Indian perspective on the true nature of news in the country

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Over the Christmas holidays, while catching up with our family, the topic of the Burari Deaths cropped up. Half my family had seen the documentary and encouraged the other half not to see it. They had found it either too depressing or too traumatizing. Many were also angered by the levity with…

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