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Rahul Desai quit Mumbai Mirror because the newspaper changed the rating he gave to Tanu Weds Manu: Returns. But...
By Arunabh Saikia|4 hours ago
India was ranked 81 out of 127 countries, faring worse than China and Nepal
By Mr X|5 hours ago
Not just books and films, uncomfortable survey findings have also been at the receiving end of government censorship.
By Biraj Swain|6 hours ago
Close to 1 lakh newspapers are registered in India, yet thousands of applications are received every year for fresh...
By Factly|12 hours ago
The Newslaundry team has a freewheeling discussion on the news of the week. In this episode, we discuss Modi's...
By NL Team|Yesterday
Should the media report on the ICSE and CBSE results as a battle of the sexes?
By Nirmolika Sangha|Yesterday
The Delhi government and BJP governments at the Centre and states published 48 ads in four days in the...
By Mahima Singh|Yesterday
First of a three-part series assessing India’s energy options as climate change gathers pace. Why should India cut down...
A temple, a mosque and a school came in the way of a new flyover in New Delhi. Guess...
By Arunabh Saikia|2 days ago
Pranab Mukherjee stated that the Bofors scandal was more a ‘media trial’ than a scam. Journalist Chitra Subramanian tells...
By NL Team|2 days ago
After challenging the constitutionality of criminal defamation under Section 499 and Section 500, Kejriwal and his government are urging officials to use them.
A story involving the Ambani name was apparently taken off the website because of a ‘technical glitch’ that hasn’t been fixed yet.
CBSE turns a blind eye to alleged large-scale cheating in AIPMT, while the media bombards us with the minutiae of the Salman Khan verdict.
B-town’s brazen display of stupidity is par for the course.
Chandrasekhar rejects the notion that there must be a compromise on fundamental right to Net Neutrality to ensure growth of broadband access.
The media must rethink visuals that accompany reports about rape and violence against women.
Salman Khan has been found guilty in a 2002 hit-and-run case and has been sentenced to five years in jail. This is how Bollywood reacted to the verdict on Twitter.
The curious case of the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
AAP leader has sent a legal notice to Zee, while the news organisation states it never claimed the ‘latak gaya’ remarks were made by Vishwas.
Increase transparency and focus on big corporations that exploit faulty banking mechanism to stash wealth abroad.