We speak with the Zee News journalist who resigned over the channel’s coverage of #JNURow

He raised troubling questions on the newsroom practices at Zee News.

posted by Manisha Pande|February 21, 2016   in Criticles|55 comments


ATTENTION! We have an announcement to make

Newslaundry wants to thank all those who believed in us and let you know we have some wonderful investors on board.

posted by Abhinandan Sekhri|February 19, 2016   in Criticles|33 comments


Hafiz Saeed’s plot ‘Bharat Maa Ki Jai’ to attack India

Four magical words and fidayeen attackers dressed as lawyers will do the job.

posted by Akash Banerjee|February 18, 2016   in Criticles|7 comments


Bad debt and good times: How Vijay Mallya gamed the banking system

He lives the good life as banks and taxpayers bear the burden.

posted by Vikram Johri|February 18, 2016   in Criticles|4 comments


#JNURow: Meet the mob in our TV studios

10 instances when we couldn’t tell the difference between news anchors and the lynch mob.

posted by Urmi Duggal and Archit Srivastava|February 17, 2016   in Criticles|61 comments


Who needs facts when TV channels can create their own narratives on #JNURow?

​​​Paint all students as 'deshdrohis'? Who chanted anti-India slogans? Who are they? Who knows?

posted by Sourodipto Sanyal|February 17, 2016   in Criticles|6 comments


Mass communication or mass manipulation? Is journalism living up to the ideals it espouses?

Intolerance is not limited to political parties and groupings. It is and has always been alive and kicking in the news media

posted by Shalini Singh|February 17, 2016   in Criticles|47 comments


Do news channels like Times Now and NewsX realize what they are doing?

How mass media can influence public behaviour and fuel hostility and resentment but must be endured.

posted by Abhinandan Sekhri|February 16, 2016   in Criticles|120 comments


The evolution of gay characters in Karan Johar films: Slow & steady but hurry up already!

While gay characters in Bollywood have been represented in the most cringe inducing ways, there is a glimmer of hope.

posted by Vikram Johri|February 16, 2016   in Criticles|3 comments


A quick history of sedition law and why it can’t apply to JNU’s Kanhaiya Kumar

A gift by the Brits that the Indian state loves to use.

posted by Prabhat Singh|February 16, 2016   in Criticles|10 comments

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