A wrap of the good, the bad and the funny from the world of news. Aap Ki Adalat’s 21st...
By NL Team|2 days ago
Things too hectic between the television and the tweets at #NLprimetime? Find all tweets compiled here; read at leisure.
By NL Team|2 days ago
Reportage on the Peshawar terror attack is a textbook example of how insular the Indian television media can get.
By Manisha Pande|2 days ago
Enter our photo dialogue contest and you could be featured in next week's Clothesline!
By NL Team|4 days ago
A Loksatta Party member explains why the party supports the protesters' right to use the kiss as a form...
By Tara Krishnaswamy|4 days ago
According to a recent WHO report, malaria-related deaths in India have reduced from 1707 in 2006 to 316 this...
By IndiaSpend|4 days ago
The many reasons why the Delhi Police ban of AAP’s radio spot is ridiculous and shows low self-awareness.
By Rajyasree Sen|5 days ago
The latest HRD ministry circular on celebrating Good Governance Day illustrates the party’s twisted relationship with the notion of...
By Arunabh Saikia|6 days ago
With burdening population and depleting resources, Mumbai is breaking down. Everyday. IndiaSpend suggest a blueprint to keep MMR on...
By IndiaSpend|6 days ago
While Sakshi Maharaj has been taken to task for his Godse gaffe, no one seems to have taken notice...
By Kanika Gahlaut|6 days ago
A Congress election campaign advertisement highlights how Rahul Gandhi can’t do without your help.
The Prime Minister faced the nation's tough-knuckled political journalists - and had them eating out of his hand.
Post-assembly poll results, the Congress is focused on defending Rahul-ji. To what end?
What really transpired at the Manmohan-Rahul meeting on Gandhi Jayanti (not related to Nehru-Gandhi Jayantis).
The death of Opinion Television may be premature, but the noise and the blur aren’t going to stay mesmerising.
With the rupee plunging, fears of the neglected “urban middle class” being pulled closer to BPL territory are palpable.
Why the Tata Group’s alleged “patch-up” with four media houses isn't exactly breaking news.
The media must keep reporting on politicians helping in U'khand, but only after confirmation of these noble acts.
The BJP was finally faced with a choice: Advani or Modi. It turns out that the party isn’t THAT stupid.
Editors and journalists now have access to a great news agency to provide their consumers with “sexy” political stories.