traffic-police

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

urmi-art

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

Pathannkot

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

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

synergy

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

WTO

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

The year in hashtags: Here are some of the things we cared and outraged about on Twitter

Between #JeSuisCharlie and #Chennaifloods, there was #GoHomeIndianMedia.

posted by NL Team|December 31, 2015   in The Year In Hashtags|no comments

Versus

2015: The year when journalists and politicians brawled like never before

Nine instances when the gloves were well and truly off.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|December 31, 2015   in Criticles|no comments

cop

Of negotiators, reporters and selective readings: How COP21 was reported in the Indian media

Works of three Indian journalist stand out and it is instructive to see how these were received by the Indian permanent mission at UN.

posted by Biraj Swain|December 31, 2015   in Criticles|no comments

intolerance

What did we learn from all the debates on religion and (in)tolerance that dominated news in 2015?

From Dadri to the Jain practice of Santhara, the year raised some interesting questions for the Indian state and judiciary.

posted by Devkanya Chakravarty|December 30, 2015   in Criticles|2 comments

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