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NoMo: The Anti-Modi Protests You Didn’t See

posted by Manisha Pande|September 29, 2014   in Critique|169 comments

By ignoring anti-Modi protests, Indian media gave up all pretence of fairness and turned into cheerleaders instead of reporters.


TOI and the Mystery of the Missing Minister

posted by Ranjan Crasta|September 16, 2014   in Critique|12 comments

Why The Times Of India chose to run a story that was high on good PR for the PM and low on facts.


Reading This Is Compulsory

posted by Abhinandan Sekhri|September 6, 2014   in Critique|130 comments

As decreed by no one, reading this piece is compulsory and then write a detailed report or die.


Telegraph’s Gender Gaffe

posted by Manisha Pande|September 2, 2014   in Critique|10 comments

The Telegraph describes BBC’s next chairperson as a “mother of three”. Can female professionals break through the glass ceiling?


The Economist Number-Crunches On Online Sex Trade

posted by Vikram Johri|August 18, 2014   in Critique|15 comments

Why The Economist’s cover story on sex trade caters to clichés.


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THE MINORITY VS MAJORITY REPORT

posted by Anand Ranganathan|July 30, 2014   in Critique|79 comments

Minority community vs majority community clashes, reported by the most politically correct correspondent in the world.


TAM For Some Truth About TRPs

posted by Shashank Pandey|June 4, 2014   in Critique|13 comments

News channels are tom-tomming their TAM numbers, claiming they're No. 1. We look at TAM procedures & the veracity of these claims.


The Image Controversy

posted by NL Team|June 3, 2014   in Critique|4 comments

We speak to journalists and activists about the Badaun images going viral, and whether they should have been published at all.


THE STRANGEST POST OF THE MILLENNIUM

posted by Arunabh Saikia|May 23, 2014   in Critique|12 comments

Millennium Post carried an article declaring American satirist the most trusted reporter of Lok Sabha elections.


Why So She-rious?

posted by Sandhya Menon|September 13, 2013   in Critique|18 comments

Scandalous or humorous? A defense of Shobhaa De’s article on Raghuram Rajan.


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