India's leading welfare state, Tamil Nadu, will get the lowest share of funds from the Centre.
By IndiaSpend|6 hours ago
Arnab and his understudies hit an all-time low with their coverage of India’s defeat in World Cup 2015.
By Ranjan Crasta|6 hours ago
Barkha Dutt launches a veiled attack on ‘channel(s) that swear by hashtags’.
By Ranjan Crasta|Yesterday
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By NL Team|2 days ago
Contractual journalists at the national broadcaster move the Central Administrative Tribunal fearing job loss.
By Gangadhar S Patil|2 days ago
One man’s RTI application helped the government recover Rs 1.8 crore from a toll collecting agency in Karnataka.
By Factly|2 days ago
Factly relates the increase in cyber crime to the increase in internet subscribers.
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By Boom Live|2 days ago
Power to the people who put in a long fight against Section 66A.
By Ranjan Crasta|3 days ago
The outrage over India’s Daughter, Arnab vs. Arnab, more AAP drama, fuckwas, criminals and more…
By NL Team|3 days ago
Two Congress websites go down, with a disgruntled ex-party member taking credit for it. We talk to the man responsible to find out why.
Journalist P Sainath talks about his new online media venture, PARI and putting the focus back on rural India.
The Law Commission got judges and journalists to brainstorm on issues affecting the media. Some important takeaways.
Kayonaaz, from Video Volunteers, narrates the work the organisation has been involved in.
Cobrapost’s Operation Janmabhoomi – what it revealed and what the media thought of it.
Seven commandments which the media should have followed while reporting on Sunanda Pushkar Tharoor’s death.
Street vendors and farmers play lead roles in Bharat Nirman ads. But do these ads even reach their target audience?
The Journalist Solidarity Forum gathered to protest the sacking of Network 18’s employees. But to what end?
Police atrocities, manhandled do-gooders, a missing rape victim. The facts behind the AAP-Delhi Police face off.
Street-children of Delhi give themselves a voice. By writing, editing and publishing their own newspaper.