Newslaundry Hafta - The Newslaundry team in a freewheeling discussion on the news of the week. This week we...
By NL Team|2 days ago
A re-cut of our 2013 interview with Manohar Lal Sharma, the defence lawyer in the December 16 gang-rape case.
The documentary is not sympathetic to the rapists – it makes the case against them stronger.
By Rajyasree Sen|2 days ago
The voices of outrage surrounding India’s Daughter seem to miss the larger message of the film while focussing on...
By Ranjan Crasta|2 days ago
The Newshour anchor does a disservice to free speech by asking for a clampdown on India’s Daughter on NDTV....
By Abhinandan Sekhri|3 days ago
Journalists and filmmakers are well within their rights to interview an accused or a convict in prison.
By Manisha Pande|4 days ago
Things too hectic between the television and the tweets at #NLprimetime? Find all tweets compiled here; read at leisure.
By NL Team|4 days ago
Is democratising the selection process of an editor a good idea?
By Arunabh Saikia|4 days ago
India is a political democracy, but India’s society is not democratic. A survey depicting students attitude towards gender disparity....
By IndiaSpend|4 days ago
Boom documents the experiences of people who have been at the receiving end of both legitimate and illegitimate action...
By Boom Live|5 days ago
What’s more surprising? BJP and AAP violating poll conduct or TV journos not reporting on it?
India’s only woman editor of an Urdu daily on being persecuted for printing a Charlie Hebdo cover.
Why the call to prosecute AIB is just not funny.
Mihir Joshi wants a clarification over the censor board’s decision to beep out “Bombay” from his song.
The government’s chosen method to start a debate on the Preamble seems to be not innocuous but insidious.
In all the controversy stoked by the government’s R-Day ad, we forgot to stop and think what the words in the Preamble really mean.
I&B ads on Republic Day carried the Preamble without the word “secular” and “socialist”.
A former IBN7 journalist claims he was sacked because he stood up for journalistic integrity.
Should journalists take positions on social media?
A look at Zee Media’s new attire and grooming policy that manages to not only be nit-picky, overbearing and eccentric but also sexist.