Sections of the media failed to see the BJP wave and made the mistake of over-estimating the role of AIUDF’s Ajmal.
In the mostly one-way information super highway built by this govt. there is little room for doubts or questions.
Why does the media not question this antiquated ritual irrelevant to modern India rather than glorifying it with uncritical coverage?
Does goondagiri and corruption loom much larger for journalists than it does for voters? Is that why they missed the Mamata sweep,
As two TV journalists in Kolkata come to blows over a story, it shows how feral the fight to be ‘first’ has become.
What can an evolved, fifty-something journalist do with his experience when the media has evolved too and cannot accommodate him?
If the media’s drought coverage had been relentless, it would have forced governments to act. By being sporadic, it failed to impact.
The Indian government should repeal or amend both recent and colonial era laws that are used to criminalize peaceful expression.
The central flaw in Justice Dipak Misra’s criminal defamation ruling is equating right to reputation with right to free speech as a fundamental right.
With the major parties running propaganda media outlets, voters turned to WhatsApp and Facebook this time to spoof their leaders.