Not just books and films, uncomfortable survey findings have also been at the receiving end of government censorship.
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There’s a lot more to this Parliament’s winter session than what catches the media’s eye.
Yash Chopra’s typical sugary overdose in his films is leading to collective cinematic fatigue.
Bal Thackeray challenged the liberal democratic perception of identity politics being unnatural to Indian democracy.
The Indian media needs to take its nationalist heart out of its journalistic engagement with the world of sports.
The media is missing a critical element in its engagement with controversial figures like Naipaul.
It’s that time of year! The annual thinking, partying and event managing rituals by newspapers and magazines have begun.
At the right price, anyone can be a journalist. Thanks to the many institutes set up by our media houses.
There’s an escapism that’s common to those occupying news space these days - the Mallyas, F1 and Yash Chopra.
The most endearing aspect about Caribbean cricket is its elegance and effortlessness on the field.