Canadian Bacon Not Gujju Fafda

An article on Canada. Not Gujarat. Or Modi. Just Canada. Not NaMo.

posted by Anand Ranganathan|July 15, 2013   in Critique|46 comments

The Ishrat Jahan Investigation

Does Rana Ayyub’s exposé of the Ishrat Jahan case qualify as investigative journalism? Some investigative journalists weigh in.

posted by Somi Das|July 12, 2013   in Critique|15 comments

Tata: We Also Make News

Why the Tata Group’s alleged “patch-up” with four media houses isn't exactly breaking news.

posted by Indrajit Hazra|July 11, 2013   in Critique|6 comments

Raghavji, Sodomy & The Media

Why did the media decide to bugger it all and misreport the Raghavji arrest? Do they think sodomites are criminals?

posted by Arpita Seth|July 11, 2013   in Critique|20 comments

Lobbying or Reporting?

TOI and Indian Express name totally different candidates for the RBI governor’s post. Whom should we believe?

posted by Somi Das|July 9, 2013   in Critique|6 comments

Talking About Ishrat Jahan

TV panels keep debating the Ishrat Jahan encounter. But when will they ask the questions which need to be asked?

posted by Dr. Ashoka Prasad|July 8, 2013   in Critique|140 comments

Keeping It In The Community

A new initiative trains correspondents from villages to capture untold stories from the Hindi heartland.

posted by Somi Das|July 5, 2013   in Critique|4 comments

All Rise

The inside story of how and where the Ishrat Jahan case was actually tried – and it’s not where you think.

posted by Anand Ranganathan|July 4, 2013   in Critique|42 comments

Calamity Reporters & Soondas

Anand Soondas and other reporters tell us how they actually go about collecting data while reporting on calamities.

posted by Rajyasree Sen|July 3, 2013   in Critique|10 comments

Bekhabar’s Crossword # 1

Nidhi Razdan, the secret society of like-minded journalists & a crossword Dan Brown would kill for.

posted by Anand Ranganathan|June 28, 2013   in Critique|48 comments

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