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The ‘No Call Drops’ campaign subtly makes a case for installing more mobile towers.
On the eve of Emergency, journalists discuss the threat to free press. Trade unions, for most, seem to be the answer.
The top court gives enough leeway for the government to decide on matters pertaining to ‘national security’.
Nothing came in the way of major print dailies providing over-the-top coverage to International Yoga Day. Not even the death of over 100 people.
Government officials and teachers are siphoning off Centre’s money allocated to buy school children uniforms.
Delhi doesn’t need condemning; those who hold in their hands its future do.
Gawker’s Hulk Hogan sex-tape article raises interesting questions on what constitutes newsworthiness.
Lack of encryption could lead to mass surveillance, says Anonymous India.
An FTII student made a hilarious film on the new chairman’s filmography. A short interview with the promising filmmaker.
With headlines like “The House of Horror”, the media focused on putting out salacious details.