by Kishalay BhattacharjeeNovember 26, 2013
Is it only newsworthiness which makes the media report so copiously on the Talwars and Tarun Tejpal?
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeOctober 10, 2013
Better mental healthcare is the need of the hour for people living in Indian conflict zones.
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeOctober 9, 2013
Is the Keran incident “Kargil-II” or is there more to the story than what the army and media are telling us?
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeSeptember 26, 2013
Are the revelations by VK Singh, a dirty “secret” or standard operating procedure for maintaining peace in India?
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeAugust 26, 2013
We need to question and change the media reportage of rape.
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeAugust 2, 2013
The creation of Telangana will have a disastrous effect on peace in Assam. But does the media or the government care?
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeJuly 22, 2013
Isn't it important to remember the Assam violence which took place last year? The media doesn't seem to think so.
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeMay 27, 2013
The media seems to be as clueless as the government while reacting to the Maoist attack in Chhatisgarh.
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeApril 26, 2013
The government refuses to help NHRC conduct an internal assessment of fake encounters. But the media stays mum. Why?
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeApril 10, 2013
Will the government and the media ever pay attention to fake encounter killings across the country?
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeJanuary 30, 2013
Wild animals are killed rampantly in India. Unless there’s some “good footage”, the media won’t bother reporting on it.
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeDecember 24, 2012
An under-reported story. An under-reported killing. A journalist is shot dead in Imphal.
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeNovember 22, 2012
If only Ponty and Hardeep Chaddha were from Kokrajhar!
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeNovember 6, 2012
Do visions of wounded children and massacred people ever leave a journalist? A conflict reporter on why he carries on.
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeOctober 30, 2012
Hundreds died in the 2008 Assam terror attack. Four years later, neither the government nor the media could care less.
Twitter update: The 2008 Assam terror attack. Four years to the day, the government and the media could care less.
by Kishalay BhattacharjeeOctober 22, 2012
Not as exciting as exposés, the devastation caused by floods in Assam finds little space in the media.
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