BY SEVANTI NINAN| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |14/12/2017
Though partisan channels batted for the incumbent, there was enough clear-eyed reporting on offer to unsettle the ruling party.
BY SUBIR BHAUMIK| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |05/12/2017
I have severe objections to writers like Sabith use a broad-brush technique to see the 'Myanmar authorities' as one single monolith.
BY MUHAMMED SABITH| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |03/12/2017
There are instances in Bhaumik’s article which make one wonder whether it was written to defend and justify actions of the Myanmar authorities.
BY SUBIR BHAUMIK| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |25/11/2017
The western media has taken a line on the Rohingya crisis and anything that contradicts that line, such as jihadi barbarism, is ignored
BY TERESA REHMAN| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |24/11/2017
Himanta Biswa Sarma sinned against reason and compassion when he said cancer was divinely ordained. He won his 15 minutes of notoriety
A Scroll report that patients will stop treatment revealed a lack of understanding and objectivity, adding to the misinformation.
BY ANUP KUMAR| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |17/11/2017
It’s not the crop burning, stupid. It’s vehicles that create smog and the media should educate the public.
BY NEHA SAIGAL| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |01/11/2017
The Financial Express is forced to apologise for ad hominem insinuations about activist Kavita Kuruganti
BY GEETA SESHU| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |28/10/2017
The life of Hadiya – confined for converting to Islam and marrying a Muslim - has become the property of her father, the media, and the courts
BY THE HOOT| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |13/10/2017
In the Aarushi Talwar murder case, the media had scaled new heights of irresponsibility by spreading canards and defamatory stories. The Talwars have now been acquitted by the Allahabad High Court.
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Bhupender Chaubey had Yogendra Yadav on a poll eve panel on CNN News 18, and  flashed the unflattering predictions Yadav had made about how the BJP would fare in the Gujarat elections. Thereafter kept rubbing it in every now and then during the show that Yadav was no longer a psephologist  but a politician, so his predictions had to be treated as such. To which Yadav wondered why he had been invited on the panel but could barely be heard above Chaubey's shouting.                

HT has made Kunal Pradhan, its Delhi editor for the past few months, Executive Editor of the paper. But it has still not named an editor for Mint, after its editor Sukumar Ranganathan moved to HT as Editor-in-chief.            

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