Sandeep Pandey versus BHU: There are many issues surrounding the ‘sacking’

A complaint by students calling Pandey a ‘Naxalite’ was only the immediate trigger.

posted by Utpal Pathak|January 11, 2016   in Criticles|no comments


Why odd-even scheme is just Kejriwal’s latest headline-grabbing stunt

The bubble will burst sooner or later.

posted by Justice Markandey Katju|January 8, 2016   in Criticles|9 comments


Hope and AFSPA in Manipur: Journalist Anubha Bhonsle’s new book on the state

Will Manipur ever return to normalcy?

posted by Arunabh Saikia|January 8, 2016   in Criticles|one comment

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National anthem insulted? How a year-old story resurfaces for everyone to outrage and write columns

We in the news media should always get the other side of the story, as this case suggests.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|January 7, 2016   in Criticles|19 comments


A day in the life of Delhi’s traffic cops: Making odd-even work and battling bad air

The Delhi government’s ambitious plan has got these cops working harder amid the city smog and pollution.

posted by Sourodipto Sanyal|January 7, 2016   in Criticles|one comment


When the picture does not tell the story: How did Syria become Pathankot?

Placing too much reliance on WhatsApp sources and social media networks is harming journalistic credibility.

posted by Urmi Duggal|January 6, 2016   in Criticles|2 comments


The Pathankot fiasco: How official communication faltered and the media failed to do due diligence

Everyone should have exercised more caution.

posted by Nikhil Cariappa|January 5, 2016   in Criticles|7 comments


The Hindu’s Editor-in-Chief Malini Parthasarathy puts in her papers

The board has accepted her resignation.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|January 5, 2016   in Criticles|4 comments


The subcontinent’s syncretic religious identity: Why we need it now more than ever

Religious identities in India have historically been more flexible than today.

posted by Ammara Ahmad|January 4, 2016   in Criticles|16 comments


The Indian media’s lacklustre coverage of an important trade summit: Why so quiet on the WTO front?

Coverage of negotiations and summits is essential because it deconstructs the issues, builds and shapes public opinion.

posted by Biraj Swain|January 4, 2016   in Criticles|no comments

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