The coverage by the Express, Hindu, and HT was balanced, fair, in-depth, wide-ranging, rigorous, and, for once, told us what the poor thought.
Press Council Chairman Justice Prasad recently expressed his views on press freedom, journalists’ security, paid news, and trolling
An Adivasi woman and a former Naxalite speak about their expectations of mainstream media. But can it accommodate them,
Why does the media, for functions, awards or summits, always invite politicians as chief guests, even when they have violated many freedoms?
Two recent editions of Truth vs Hype try to link the growth of Salafism among Muslims with the appeal of ISIS to a few young Muslims.
The media have lynched the party over the health crisis. Fair enough. But why are its excellent mohalla clinics being ignored?
The Urdu press downplayed the Haji Ali ruling and the English media ignored a vital aspect of it altogether. Simplification at its worst.
If the media’s drought coverage had been relentless, it would have forced governments to act. By being sporadic, it failed to impact.
Even in reporting the verdict, journalists accepted the police version as gospel, glossed over crucial facts and distorted the true picture.
Was it because the mob was Muslim and the victims Hindu? The English media’s credibility is at issue.