The Star News and IBN7 cases show how the courts are failing to hold the media to account.
The YouTube channel, Dalit Camera Ambedkar, captures events and emotions the mainstream media has no time for.
Media misread campus politics. The ABVP’s Hindutva aggression is not normal student activism, but they ignored this until it led to Rohith’s suicide,
The latest book on the North East is essentially journalistic ethnography--it explains complexities and leaves the judging mostly to the reader.
The coverage of such crises have always thrown up the responsibility aspect of our media. In its quest for prime time justice it seems oblivious to the damage it does,
Sardar Patel is energetically memorialized by this government, Ambedkar embraced, and Nehru snubbed,
The outlook for 2016 is even worse. The draft Cyber Security Law proposes to make it an offence to use encryption programs or publish anonymously.
The entrepreneur from Haryana who built the Zee empire tells an unvarnished story. Tact and discretion do not figure.
The Republic Day release of convicts in Karnataka got better and a more humane coverage in the Kannada press rather than the English press.
As an expat reporter in Bahrain, Anwar Moideen’s stories uncover the lives of poor Indian workers and touch the conscience of local people.