From the Sex App Debate On NewsX to Swarajya’s Plagiarism: The Anatomy of Outrage

posted by Manisha Pande|July 3, 2015   in Featured|5 comments

How TV news and social media decide what is outrage-worthy and what isn’t.


Lessons For Journalists From The #LalitModiRow: Never Ever Meet A Source At A Bar. At 10 pm

posted by Arunabh Saikia|July 1, 2015   in Criticles|3 comments

Instead choose a more pious place like a shakha or a satsang.


‘It seemed okay to have a curator say that she has an ‘issue’ with the concept of modesty imposed on women.’

posted by Manisha Pande|June 30, 2015   in Criticles|one comment

Noopur Tiwari, who’d invited @NiceMangos, responds to some of the criticism that came Genderlog’s way


SCOTUS Judgement Is Great But It May Change Gay Love Forever

posted by Vikram Johri|June 30, 2015   in Criticles|5 comments

From finding our own way through the messy alleys of romance, we now risk following the set pattern of marriage.


What Two Hindu Temples In The US Tell Us About The Divide Among Hindus In India

posted by Lata Jha|June 30, 2015   in Criticles|9 comments

Both temples founded on fairly ancient religious sects have different approaches to homosexuality -- one says it would never perform a same-sex marriage, another says it would be happy to collaborate with the LGBT community.


Hey SKORE Condoms, Women Like To ‘Score’ Too You Know

posted by Arunoday Majumder|June 30, 2015   in Criticles|5 comments

Advertisers refuse to grow up and acknowledge evolving gender dynamics.


The Sarpanch Who Started #SelfieWithDaughter Is Amused By Critics

posted by Arunabh Saikia|June 29, 2015   in Criticles|9 comments

Sunil Jaglan of Bibipur says change is a gradual process.

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Right To Education: The Numbers Don’t Add Up

posted by Arunabh Saikia|June 26, 2015   in Criticles|one comment

There is no credible data to gauge the success of India’s flagship scheme to provide universal access to education to children.

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Is RIL’s Business Interest Driving Network 18’s ‘Public Interest’ Initiative Against Call Drops?

posted by Manisha Pande|June 26, 2015   in Criticles|5 comments

The ‘No Call Drops’ campaign subtly makes a case for installing more mobile towers.


What’s Trade Union Got To Do With Press Freedom

posted by Arunabh Saikia|June 25, 2015   in Criticles|4 comments

On the eve of Emergency, journalists discuss the threat to free press. Trade unions, for most, seem to be the answer.

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