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Media ownership is a tricky subject. It requires intense research, poring through a host of financial documents and fact-checking. Contribute to the project so that we can tell you: Who Owns Your Media? It impacts your life, big time.
It is fun to have our reporters bicker and banter on our podcasts, but their ground reports hold greater value. With General Elections knocking, help us complete the target amount and power our reporters to bring you stories and insights from the ground. Spread across 15 states, the bilingual election coverage will have journalists and NL contributors bring you stories from some of the most remote parts of the country. A coverage of that scale demands time, money and resources! Support independent media and enable ground reports on issues that resonate the most with the Indian electorate.Read More
In June, we brought you an in-depth ground report on India’s oldest water dispute. Journalist TR Vivek travelled upstream of Cauvery to get you perspective and voices from Karnataka. But that’s just one part of the story. The rest of it is in Tamil Nadu. This time we want to travel downstream of the river to explore the other side of this bitter battle for water between two states. These reports require lots of travel, time and resources. Only your support makes them possible.Read More
Who is responsible for the political violence in Kerala? The Left blames RSS, while the Right has accused goons of CPI (M). We get to the heart of this bloody confrontation. Kannur and Palakkad (in Kerala) have made headlines owing to the political violence that has dominated the districts for some time now. What makes this Left bastion one of the most politically violent districts of India? We investigate into the various forces at play that drive this bloody confrontation.
Did the media make up reports of rapes on the Murthal Highway? Or is the state of Haryana covering up an incident of mass attacks on women commuters? We investigate. Last year, The Tribune reported on how women travellers were molested and raped on the Murthal Highway at the peak of the Jat agitation. The Punjab & Haryana High Court took cognizance of the report and ordered a Special Investigative Team to look into the incident. One year on, it hasn’t been able to identify a single victim or a perpetrator.
Bellary mining baron Janardhan Reddy accused of laundering 100 crore in the suicide note of Ramesh Gowda, driver of KAS officer Bheema Nayak. Well known for their clout and wealth, what makes the Bellary brothers, untouchable?