BY NUPUR BASU| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |20/04/2017
Why Theresa May will not agree to take part in a TV debate in the forthcoming elections, is hogging the limelight
BY MATT ESCOBAR| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |03/04/2017
We often overlook the importance of knowing how to communicate data to peers and to the public in an effective, meaningful way.
BY RAVIKIRAN SHINDE| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |31/03/2017
Why have the media bought the view that EVMs are infallible when some experts – and the Supreme Court – disagree?
BY RAJEESH KUMAR| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |28/03/2017
The debate was initiated by the media itself as many leading media professionals came out publicly to say that this broadcast by Mangalam TV was a criminal act.
BY ANUP KUMAR| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |28/03/2017
Any news that does not contain facts and shades of opinion that allow readers to draw their own meaning is inadvertent propaganda.
BY MOAZUM MOHAMMAD| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |20/03/2017
After 11 years in jail, Rafiq Shah asks the Hindustan Times why it swallowed the police version in the 2005 Delhi bombing.
Of course it’s tiny and less important than UP but the national media’s coverage of Manipur’s election was a masterpiece of neglect
BY USHA M. RODRIGUES| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |01/03/2017
Trump & Co. are using the fault lines in journalism to question journalism’s legitimacy as a ‘watch dog’,
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |16/02/2017
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.
BY THE HOOT| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |27/01/2017
After debate and discussion, we have decided that it is smarter to offer less volume and more depth.
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The Bombay High Court granted anticipatory bail  to journalist Poonam Agarwal  and triple amputee war veteran Deepchand on 26 April in the Quint sting operation case.  They were both charged under Section 3 and 7 of the Official Secrets Act and under the IPC for abetting suicide by police in Nashik Maharashtra. The case was registered after the body of gunner Roy Mathew was found inside an abandoned barrack, days after he featured in a sting operation by The Quint. It sought to expose the army's sahayak system.                      

The story on India having slipped  three places in the international press freedom rankings is one several newspapers have carried. It is based on an index of press freedom report by the global media watchdog Reporters Without Borders which says that journalists  are less free under the Modi government due to threats from Hindu nationalists.The Economic Times had the story too, with the headline India slips in media freedom ranking: Report. But the report has now been removed.  And, hold your breath, TOI removed the story too! Self censorship?                      
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