Indian Skeptic

Issues of the new Indian Skeptic:

Indian Skeptic – Issue #1, JANUARY 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #2, FEBRUARY 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #3, MARCH 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #4, APRIL 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #5, MAY 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #6, JUNE 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #7, JULY 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #8, AUGUST 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #9, SEPTEMBER 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #10, OCTOBER 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #11, NOVEMBER 2010
Indian Skeptic – Issue #12, DECEMBER 2011
Indian Skeptic – Issue #13, JANUARY 2011
Indian Skeptic – Issue #14, FEBRUARY 2011
Indian Skeptic – Issue #15, MARCH 2011
Indian Skeptic – Issue #16, APRIL 2011
Indian Skeptic – Issue #16, MAY 2011

Issues of the original Indian Skeptic magazine published before January 2010 can be accessed here.

Indian Skeptic is the magazine that reports on the Rationalism Movement in India. This movement is spearheaded by the Federation of Indian Rationalist Associations (FIRA), under its president Professor Narendra Nayak. The magazine was founded and for many years published by eminent rationalist and debunker Basava Premanand, along with with Prof Nayak. The original Indian Skeptic was retired after Premanand’s death. Recently, a new avatar of Indian Skeptic was born at the 2009 National level FIRA conference. The magazine still deals with issues concerning rationalists and skeptics of supernatural claims, particularly in India. The editor and publisher of the new Indian Skeptic magazine is T.V. Manoj.

Bangalore Skeptic

T.V. Manoj was the editor of Bangalore Skeptic magazine for two years before he took over as editor and publisher of the new Indian Skeptic magazine. You can access all the published issues of Bangalore Skeptic from the link below.

Bangalore Skeptic issues:

Bangalore Skeptic:2009, Vol 2
Bangalore Skeptic: 2009, Vol 1
Bangalore Skeptic: 2008, Vol 2
Bangalore Skeptic: 2008, Vol 1