A wrap of the good, the bad and the funny from the world of news. Aap Ki Adalat’s 21st...
By NL Team|9 hours ago
Things too hectic between the television and the tweets at #NLprimetime? Find all tweets compiled here; read at leisure.
By NL Team|14 hours ago
Reportage on the Peshawar terror attack is a textbook example of how insular the Indian television media can get.
By Manisha Pande|19 hours ago
Enter our photo dialogue contest and you could be featured in next week's Clothesline!
By NL Team|3 days ago
A Loksatta Party member explains why the party supports the protesters' right to use the kiss as a form...
By Tara Krishnaswamy|3 days ago
According to a recent WHO report, malaria-related deaths in India have reduced from 1707 in 2006 to 316 this...
By IndiaSpend|3 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|4 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|5 days ago
With burdening population and depleting resources, Mumbai is breaking down. Everyday. IndiaSpend suggest a blueprint to keep MMR on...
By IndiaSpend|5 days ago
While Sakshi Maharaj has been taken to task for his Godse gaffe, no one seems to have taken notice...
By Kanika Gahlaut|5 days ago
Goebbels could have learnt a thing or two from Mamata Banerjee’s prowess in propaganda
Justice Katju demands a brave new world free from the scourge of smutty social media
The newspapers have their moments, and we've picked our favourite.
What you may not know, and should, about how you have lost the right to offend.
If you're printing a company press release as a news report at least take the trouble of re-writing it. The Special Correspondent did take the effort of deleting three paragraphs, we'll give them that much.
Why is there a presumption that the gender of a woman undermines her ability to be an effective or successful journalist?
When the journalists become inquisitive and start investigating, politicians react. No. They lash out.
One wonders if this frequently and frivolously repeated phrase of foreign hand holds any merit in today’s excessively globalised world.
Our government has spent around Rs. 30 crores on ads on the birth & death anniversaries of Rajiv and Indira Gandhi
Some commercials sell ideas, some try to establish credibility. Some try to buy respectability by paying big bucks for prime time.