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Kishor Napier-Raman

Journalist

Kishor Napier-Raman — Journalist

Kishor joined the Crikey team as a journalist in 2018.

'We promise to do better': how tech CEOs respond to difficult questions

'We promise to do better': how tech CEOs respond to difficult questions

The headaches for social media companies are only increasing, yet it appears even long-standing CEOs of these companies don't have any answers yet.

All the basic facts and stats on pills and drug deaths in Australia

All the basic facts and stats on pills and drug deaths in Australia

A guide to the constant hot button issue of ecstasy, outside the culture wars.

Will Dutton's child sex offender register work in Australia?

Will Dutton's child sex offender register work in Australia?

Australia isn't the first place to consider a sex offender registry. So what can we learn from the international experience?

How Australia tilted even further towards police state in 2018

How Australia tilted even further towards police state in 2018

2018 saw sweeping surveillance and security laws push Australia significantly down the path to authoritarianism.

How Australia's governors-general stack up to the rest of the world 

How Australia's governors-general stack up to the rest of the world 

David Hurley will be the third of the last four governors-general to come from the military top brass. This is not the norm.

Is the campaign against Jeremy Buckingham a 'factional smear'?

Is the campaign against Jeremy Buckingham a 'factional smear'?

NSW Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham says an attempt to deselect him over sexual assault allegations is a factional smear. Does the evidence support this?

The weirdest right-wing takes on the student climate protest

The weirdest right-wing takes on the student climate protest

Australia's free speech warriors took a righteous stand against children fighting for their future.

Scott Morrison is up against a long tradition of teen protest

Scott Morrison is up against a long tradition of teen protest

Climate change isn’t the only issue where students have lashed out against bipartisan inaction.

Was this Labor's missed opportunity on migrant welfare?

Was this Labor's missed opportunity on migrant welfare?

The opposition's cautious pragmatism has ultimately led them to vote for a bill they virulently oppose.

The echoing failure of public-private hospitals

The echoing failure of public-private hospitals

For decades, public-private partnerships led to dysfunctional hospitals. Why did the NSW government think Northern Beaches would be any different?