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.
After debate and discussion, we have decided that it is smarter to offer less volume and more depth.
One paper coined the term and others picked up from there. A fortnight later a counter narrative was being energetically pushed out.
As elections get under way, the prospect of political hate speech looms large. A five-point test for journalists on how to minimize damage when they report.
Now that the Express has turned up some hard evidence, will Google searches on this story continue to yield spectacularly sparse results,
The first was an attack on free speech. The Mamata govt FIR aims to stop Zee from inciting Hindu-Muslim enmity with its coverage of the Dhulagarh riots.
A decade since the last guidelines were issued, it is time to take stock of the situation and change the guidelines to make the processes more transparent
Its early morning news bulletins are one long riff on the government’s wondrous work. Hard news? No thank you.
An alarming proliferation of fake news that managed to outstrip fact-based news, threatens to topple the credibility of the media
When a scholar’s lifelong study of ancient knowledge systems is reduced to slogans, it means the media is imposing its own preconceptions on his work.