BY S DHAR| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |28/07/2016
The state’s leading media group has changed its tune. It is generous to Didi and reserves criticism for TMC’s party rank and file,
BY MOAZUM MOHAMMAD| IN MEDIA FREEDOM |27/07/2016
The mobile-internet blockade has left families in the dark about the well-being and whereabouts of their loved ones.
In their Udta Punjab and Perumal Murugan rulings, the courts missed an opportunity to lay down some fundamental principles
BY SUSHIL KAMBAMPATI| IN MEDIA MONITORING |22/07/2016
The publishers that were analyzed included several English language daily newspapers, online news sites, one television channel and several wire services.
BY SHUMA RAHA| IN OPINION |27/07/2016
The serial that tried to make a difference ran longer than any other soap but now calls it a day after eight years.
BY M. REYAZ| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |27/07/2016
Muzaffanagar, Kairana, Aligarh…….why do leading newspapers spread the false stories of ‘a forced Hindu exodus’ concocted by the BJP?
BY RAKHI GHOSH| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |26/07/2016
In reporting sexual harassment in the film and TV industry, Odisha’s news channels highlighted sex-for-favours but showed insensitivity towards the victims.
BY GOWHAR GEELANI| IN OPINION |22/07/2016
When channels air old footage to tarnish demonstrators, they act as partners of the army, spreading propaganda instead of the facts.
BY BHARAT DOGRA| IN OPINION |21/07/2016
What’s it like to be an independent journalist? Is the work satisfying, can it pay the bills and is such a life possible today?
BY JYOTI MALHOTRA| IN OPINION |20/07/2016
When you are not a social media pro, you do your political fencing inside Parliament and post your speeches on YouTube. As Rajnath Singh and Ghulam Nabhi Azad did last week.
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Stepping up its clampdown on the media in the wake of the failed coup earlier this month, the Turkish government has ordered the closure of scores of media organisations by a decree late WednesdayThe Washington Post reportsOn Monday 42 journalists were detained. And yesterday detention orders were issued against nearly 50 journalists and media personalities connected with the newspaper Zaman. Before it was ordered to shut down in March this year, Zaman had been Turkey’s largest daily. But it faced the wrath of the government as the newspaper is believed to have links with Fethullah Gulen, a Muslic cleric who is opposed to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Wednesday’s decree ordered the shut down of three news agencies, 16 television channels, 23 radio stations and 45 newspapers.       

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