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Load-Shedding At The Telegraph

posted by Rajyasree Sen|November 3, 2012   in Critique|4 comments

Why did Kolkata’s largest-read English newspaper decide to black out all news of the Kejriwal allegations against Reliance?


Conflict of Interest?

posted by NL Team|November 1, 2012   in Critique|12 comments

Did CNN-IBN manage to strike the balance between fair reportage and being loyal to the powers that be?


Patel Rap Versus The Big G

posted by Rajyasree Sen|October 31, 2012   in Critique|7 comments

Who remembers Sardar Patel? Not the government's ad departments, for sure. Indira G? Now that’s another matter.


Assam’s forgotten anniversary

posted by Kishalay Bhattacharjee|October 30, 2012   in Critique|one comment

Hundreds died in the 2008 Assam terror attack. Four years later, neither the government nor the media could care less. Twitter update: The 2008 Assam terror attack. Four years to the day, the government and the media could care less.


Papa, Buy Me That

posted by Anand Vardhan|October 29, 2012   in Critique|24 comments

At the right price, anyone can be a journalist. Thanks to the many institutes set up by our media houses.


Grime And Glory

posted by Kumar Baadal|October 27, 2012   in Critique|6 comments

The dizzy highs and dismal lows of investigative journalism - from Operation Westend to Operation Dhritarashtra.


Kiska Jhooth, Kiska Sach?

posted by Rajyasree Sen|October 26, 2012   in Critique|2 comments

Naveen Jindal conducts sting against Zee. Extortion? Diversionary tactics? Too many questions, too few answers.


F1 Is Not Butter Chicken

posted by Chitra Subramaniam Duella|October 26, 2012   in Critique|4 comments

Clueless correspondents, rechristened pit girls, cuisine preferences. The F1 –viewed through cricket-tinted glasses.


Hard Facts and Soft Copies

posted by Anand Ranganathan|October 26, 2012   in Critique|2 comments

Does Newsweek’s closure as a print magazine portend bleak times for other print news magazines as well?


Is A Flood Not Sexy Enough?

posted by Kishalay Bhattacharjee|October 22, 2012   in Critique|7 comments

Not as exciting as exposés, the devastation caused by floods in Assam finds little space in the media.


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