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Video: A Feast of Vultures author Josy Joseph on investigative journalism

Durga M Sengupta | Updated on: 16 August 2016, 22:10 IST

At a conference in Jaipur, Catch met Josy Joseph, the author of the recently released book A Feast of Vultures: The hidden business of democracy in India and we talked about investigation, its merits and demerits.

Joseph, moments before this interview, confessed to bending laws to get the stories in his book see the light of day. Not that he advises resorting to it. Watch Joseph talk about investigative journalism in India, the ways to work around the government, and some other fun anecdotes.

Also read -Is investigative journalism dying? Nick Davies & Josy Joseph tell us

Video by Andrew Clarance

First published: 16 August 2016, 22:10 IST
 
Durga M Sengupta @the_bongrel

Feminist and culturally displaced, Durga tries her best to live up to her overpowering name. She speaks four languages, by default, and has an unhealthy love for cheesy foods. Assistant Editor at Catch, Durga hopes to bring in a focus on gender politics and the role in plays in all our interactions.

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