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By NL Team|3 days ago
Reportage on the Peshawar terror attack is a textbook example of how insular the Indian television media can get.
By Manisha Pande|3 days ago
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A Loksatta Party member explains why the party supports the protesters' right to use the kiss as a form...
By Tara Krishnaswamy|5 days ago
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By IndiaSpend|5 days ago
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By Arunabh Saikia|One week ago
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Should journalists publicly declare their political affiliations?
Why Popular Science’s decision to stop comments on its website is understandable, and a wake-up call to other websites.
Why your source of news on Syria matters. And what the war on Syria says about the US.
Here’s why Washington Post isn’t so off-the-mark for naming India as the most racist country in the world.
Why Sanjay Dutt’s conviction while following the letter of law goes against the spirit of justice.
Is legitimising communication between government officials and the media really so difficult?
While media-fuelled debates over any and every controversy may be entertaining, their long-term effects are dangerous.
Why rapes, terrorist attacks & the apocalypse are the only incidents which make the headlines nowadays.
Are we ever going to display some original thought in our reactions to events?
Everyone is busy intellectualising the recent Mumbai rape. Keep personal bias aside and look at it for what it is.