Three generations of news professionals go over visuals from the 1993 Mumbai blast scenes and discuss if reactions to Yakub Memon’s hanging would have been different had the blasts taken place in today’s era of 24-7 TV news.
Fill in the blanks and be part of a Clothesline gag. Enter our photo dialogue contest and you (and your winning dialogue) could be featured in next week’s Clothesline. You wring ‘em clean, and we’ll put you up to dry right here on Clothesline. Methodology For Selecting Winner: A Newslaundry team (of 6 people) sits […]
A wrap of the good, the bad and the funny from the world of news. International Yoga Day and the laughaasan, mysterious deaths in the Vyapam scam, arrogance of party spokies, news channels discussing each other, media going gaga over #ShahidKiShaadi and more.
The former RAW chief speaks to Madhu Trehan about the “psyche” of a Kashmiri, the behind-the-scenes action during the IC-814 hijacking, why he thinks Mufti Mohammad Sayeed is more Indian than Kashmiri and much more.
Newslaundry in collaboration with our viewers, presents a list of politicians and bureaucrats whose personal and family connections were/are in direct conflict of interest with the position they occupied/occupy.