Rahul Desai quit Mumbai Mirror because the newspaper changed the rating he gave to Tanu Weds Manu: Returns. But...
By Arunabh Saikia|17 hours ago
India was ranked 81 out of 127 countries, faring worse than China and Nepal
By Mr X|17 hours ago
Not just books and films, uncomfortable survey findings have also been at the receiving end of government censorship.
By Biraj Swain|18 hours ago
Close to 1 lakh newspapers are registered in India, yet thousands of applications are received every year for fresh...
The Newslaundry team has a freewheeling discussion on the news of the week. In this episode, we discuss Modi's...
By NL Team|2 days ago
Should the media report on the ICSE and CBSE results as a battle of the sexes?
By Nirmolika Sangha|2 days ago
The Delhi government and BJP governments at the Centre and states published 48 ads in four days in the...
By Mahima Singh|2 days ago
First of a three-part series assessing India’s energy options as climate change gathers pace. Why should India cut down...
By IndiaSpend|2 days ago
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By Arunabh Saikia|3 days ago
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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.