During a visit to London School of Economics & Politics Science, Queen Elizabeth II asked the financial wizards - why nobody had anticipated the credit crunch. Apologies apart, this question still remains unanswered. Why is the greed bubble so hard to spot by financial wizards all around the world? The economic growth is not an end in itself. Has the Indian growth story's bubble bust? How well have the Indian newspapers covered the other side of high economic growth? Newspapers are indeed critical in bringing real issues to the public domain that government should be addressing to promote democracy, governance and accountability in the 'Age of Turbulence'. Welcome aboard to a journey of Indian Newspaper Watch. "How better to reveal often neglected 'other side' of contemporary India than by a diary of day-to-day press reports? Pragya Parmita traces the struggle between India's twin goals of economic growth and fairness for all, day by day, from the first tremors of the financial crisis until today, in a fascinating and authentic view of events. It is a pleasure to read." Professor David Marsden London School of Economics and Political Science.