News media, don’t help terrorise viewers

Terrorists are using the media for their ends. Isn’t it time journalism became more conscious of how it deals with terror?

posted by Arunoday Majumder|July 19, 2016   in Articles|one comment


#KashmirUnrest: Three families and a tale of death

Meet those who have lost dear ones in the recent violence. Hear the story behind the headlines.

posted by Suhail A Shah|July 19, 2016   in Articles|no comments

Only 3.3% of all government websites comply with guidelines

Barring 31, every portal trips up on one or more of the 115 metrics issued in 2009

posted by Factly|July 19, 2016   in NL Collaborations|one comment


Go for gau-raksha: Haryana police to work with cow vigilantes

The logic behind Haryana’s cow protection unit seems to be if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.

posted by Kshitij Malhotra|July 19, 2016   in Articles|no comments


Kashmir’s media blackout is aimed at Pak TV channels

Authorities say the target of the media blackout is the commentary on Pakistani news channels

posted by Kishalay Bhattacharjee|July 19, 2016   in Articles|no comments

India, Bangladesh and Myanmar Face Big Quake Threat

It might strike tomorrow or 500 years from now, but a temblor that endangers 140 million is on its way.

posted by IndiaSpend|July 19, 2016   in NL Collaborations|one comment


What we learnt from Chandragupta Maurya and other historical TV serials

Textbooks are so passé. Here are life lessons from the TV-version of Indian history.

posted by Overrated Outcast|July 19, 2016   in Articles|4 comments


Chase episode 6: Kashmir: Inside a Friday Protest – Part 2

Chase digs deeper into the lives of young stone pelters from Kashmir

posted by NL Team|July 18, 2016   in Articles|23 comments


“I didn’t want Pakistani stray dogs eating my dead body”

In 1971, Sepoy Baldev Singh survived against all odds. This is his story

posted by Lt Gen H S Panag|July 18, 2016   in Articles|no comments

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#KashmirUnrest: the biggest casualties are the children on both sides

The most profound damage is the invisible one: the impact of violence on people’s minds, particularly the young

posted by Madhu Trehan|July 16, 2016   in Articles|6 comments

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