by SnehaApril 5, 2012
If you're printing a company press release as a news report at least take the trouble of re-writing it. The Special Correspondent did take the effort of deleting three paragraphs, we'll give them that much.
by Dr. Ashoka PrasadApril 5, 2012
Is the emergence of tele-evangelists in India and their skewed sermons on religion cause for worry?
by Anand VardhanApril 5, 2012
From a ‘media siege’ to IPL trade-offs to advice for the Congress and two remarkable obits, we sum up the week’s papers for you.
by Abhinandan SekhriApril 4, 2012
"Journalism of courage” shows us how to pull off a coup, sort of, not really…
by Rajyasree SenApril 4, 2012
CNN IBN’s Face the Nation seemed to have been struck down by a case of chronic headline-itis last night.
by Sunayana SinghApril 3, 2012
Broken News is the perfect pot-boiler with its insights into the murky world of broadcast news.
by Madhu TrehanApril 2, 2012
The debate on the defence procurement whistleblower’s letter is more delicious farce and less serious discussion.
by Arunoday MajumderApril 2, 2012
Public advocacy is merely an illusion for the press to justify its place as the ‘fourth pillar of democracy’.
by Anand RanganathanMarch 30, 2012
The downfall of a great scoop is that by its very nature it can never remain ‘exclusive’ to the channel that breaks it
by SnehaMarch 29, 2012
Why is there a presumption that the gender of a woman undermines her ability to be an effective or successful journalist?
by Anand VardhanMarch 28, 2012
For people who take cognizance of the world only through print.
by Dr. Ashoka PrasadMarch 28, 2012
Debates with philosophers and experts would provide a much-needed respite from the current political diatribes on TV.
by Suresh VenkatMarch 27, 2012
Does Arundhati Roy's suspect facts & hotness quotient distract from the attention she draws to legitimate issues?
by Indrajit HazraMarch 27, 2012
How Narendra Modi will better Indian media one day.
by Manoj KewalramaniMarch 26, 2012
By customising news to our tastes, are we ultimately promoting ignorance and limiting our worldview?
by Dr. Ashoka PrasadMarch 26, 2012
Business models for supplying quality journalism have come under stress & rethinking is under way.
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