BY RONEN PALAN| IN OPINION |10/11/2017
They tell us that tax avoidance is a booming industry, that secrecy prevails through trusts, and highly complex tools are used.
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN OPINION |05/11/2017
The NDTV India anchor has been exposing in relentless and riveting detail the shameful state of India’s universities
BY AKSHITA NAGPAL| IN OPINION |14/10/2017
A documentary incriminates the media in the events leading up to the murder of Qandeel Baloch, a young woman with big dreams.
BY SEEMA KAMDAR| IN OPINION |20/09/2017
In today’s polarized atmosphere, liberals opt for shrill rants, cloaked in moral superiority, while caring little for facts, logic or arguments
BY BP SANJAY| IN OPINION |06/09/2017
Gauri Lankesh will be remembered as an intellectual who like her father integrated journalism as a practice to uphold basic values.
BY C. RAMMANOHAR REDDY| IN OPINION |10/08/2017
How did it maintain a fine balance between political commentary and academic research? How did it cope with trends in academia?
BY C. RAMMANOHAR REDDY| IN OPINION |10/08/2017
In 68 years, the Economic and Political Weekly has gone through significant changes, mirroring the changes in India. Its uniqueness cannot be over-stated,
BY MANJULAA| IN OPINION |29/07/2017
Do filmmakers like Alankrita Shrivastava have the maturity to decide what their audiences will watch as Shabana Azmi contends,
BY AJAZ ASHRAF| IN OPINION |23/07/2017
The EPW controversy shows that India’s public intellectuals wish to pay a minimal price for speaking out.
BY ANUP KUMAR| IN OPINION |22/07/2017
If the members of the board were concerned about protecting the academic research character of the journal they chose the wrong person to serve as the editor.
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The Bombay High Court has extended  the stay order on investigation into the case against Quint journalist Poonam Agarwal on charges of OSA and abetment to suicide of jawan Roy Matthew following her sting exposing the exploitative sahayak system. A bench comprising Justices Naresh Patil and Nitin Sambre said the next date of the hearing would be Jan 16, 2018.                                                                     

News18 reports  hat The JNU administration has asked student activist Shehla Rashid to appear for a proctoral inquiry over her claims on Twitter about "Internet censorship" on the campus. Rashid, a former JNU students' union vice president, had tweeted on November 11 that students were unable to access content from AIB, The Wire, NDTV, and YouTube videos related to student movements, and that certain keyword searches related to Mamata Bannerjee, Rahul Gandhi, and others were censored.  Rashid has said she will not appear for the enquiry since the JNU administration has no jurisdiction over her tweets.

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