The outcome of Subramanian Swamy’s case is going to be important for the future of both free speech and hate speech in India.
…About 1/40th as much as they covered Paris attacks. The New York Times did cover the Beirut blasts—in one story, on page 6.
Between the state and some high courts, free speech is constantly under attack. The Assam Rifles order is only the latest in a string of diktats.
The Kerala media have been self censoring stories to protect advertisers and influential people.
The Governor of Assam and Nagaland, PB Acharya gives the Assam Rifles-Naga Press controversy a fresh lease of life.
India’s intellectuals are guilty of dishonesty in their depiction of India under Modi.
Misuse of family-owned media at election time is exemplified in Warangal by the CM's newspaper and TV channel.
“Would the Assam Rifles dare extend the same order to ‘national’ media houses?”
Through decades of armed conflict, the media in Nagaland have been playing their role intrepidly and with as much fairness and objectivity their situation allows them.
Coverage of Narendra Modi’s visit to the UK has highlighted his ability to divide and arouse hatred.