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Winners Speak

posted by Manisha Pande|September 18, 2014   in Criticles|4 comments

Five journalists who won the Ramnath Goenka award talk about journalism and why awards matter.


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.


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Why Some Calamities Are More Equal Than Others

posted by Arunabh Saikia|September 11, 2014   in Criticles|29 comments

Why some disasters feature higher on the nation’s priority list and some get left behind.


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A New Swarajya

posted by Manisha Pande|September 11, 2014   in Criticles|22 comments

The magazine is set to re-launch with a commitment to liberal centre-right ideals. Will it live up to the grand legacy of Rajaji?


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Off-Air In Telangana

posted by Arunabh Saikia|September 9, 2014   in Criticles|19 comments

Journalists in India’s newest state protest against alleged state-backed censorship.


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In The Limelight Again

posted by Arunoday Majumder|September 8, 2014   in Criticles|20 comments

Neither raunchy reportage nor ultra-libertarian advocacy address the main issues surrounding the Shweta Prasad case.


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.


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The Times of India Lives In La-La Land! Or Is It Cloud Cuckoo?

posted by Kanchan Gupta|September 5, 2014   in Criticles|71 comments

The Times Of India’s classist crack at BJP and its “Hindi Medium Types” has Kanchan Gupta busting some “English Medium” myths.


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Ice Bucket Challenge: Celebrity vs Cause?

posted by Rajan Laad|September 3, 2014   in Criticles|9 comments

Has the Ice Bucket Challenge focused on glamorous celebs instead of its primary cause ALS?


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?


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