Journalists and filmmakers are well within their rights to interview an accused or a convict in prison.
By Manisha Pande|16 hours ago
Things too hectic between the television and the tweets at #NLprimetime? Find all tweets compiled here; read at leisure.
By NL Team|17 hours ago
Is democratising the selection process of an editor a good idea?
By Arunabh Saikia|18 hours ago
India is a political democracy, but India’s society is not democratic. A survey depicting students attitude towards gender disparity....
By IndiaSpend|21 hours ago
Boom documents the experiences of people who have been at the receiving end of both legitimate and illegitimate action...
By Boom Live|2 days ago
Newslaundry assesses leaked emails pertaining to specific journalists and media organisations.
By Arunabh Saikia and Manisha Pande|3 days ago
Anupama Airy's counters with allegations in leaked email. Editors at HT respond to her claims.
By Manisha Pande|4 days ago
Mail Today Editor Sandeep Bamzai resigns after his name surfaces in Essar leaks.
By Manisha Pande|5 days ago
The BJP government defends Section 66A proving it is little different from the UPA.
By Manisha Pande|6 days ago
With the Budget being announced this Saturday, IndiaSpend brings us data on why BJP's promise to increase spending on...
By IndiaSpend|6 days ago
The autobiographical narrative in Jerry Pinto’s Em And The Big Hoom, though hard to miss, could be anyone’s story.
Media narrative in Maharashtra has its own scanning of scripts before it reaches the patronising “national” media houses.
Exploring the world that lies between the advertising spaces of English and Hindi newspapers in India.
The charm of commercial expansion has made media houses forget their editorial thrust.
Rushdie's memoir has eclipsed Manu Joseph’s masterpiece, which deserves far more acclaim than it has received.
With the government-ad cash cow in Bihar growing fatter, the Editor-In-Chief of Bihar seems to be getting good press.
The Parliamentary question on gender break-up of open defecation & Premchand’s short story.
For those who believe that our prime minister does not speak up on anything - here’s a reality check.
Ajmal Kasab’s death sentence should be a wake-up call for India to reconsider its stand on the death penalty.
In our vicarious engagement with old age in cinema, Hangal Sahab was a site that we visited many times.