A large section of the media toes the government line and baulks from asking tough questions.
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It’s time to stop treating our soldiers as pawns to boost TRPs.
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Taxpayer money is being frittered away.
Is the media doing its patriotic duty?
There is palpable despondency in the air as India concludes one more calendar year under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Following Modi's abrupt announcement of the withdrawal of high denomination curre...
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It is common knowledge that the Northeastern states have not been part of the mainstream Indian discourse since they became a part of India. We've all heard of instances of racism in Indian cities aga...
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NDTV co-chairman Prannoy Roy met I&B Minister M Venkaiah Naidu.
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Leading feminist portal Feminism In India (FII) recently announced that they have changed their editorial policy and that men won't be allowed to write on women's experiences for them anymore. They al...
It's in common knowledge that internet thrives on objectification of women. From endless lists on 'wardrobe malfunctions' to obsession over female stars gaining or losing weight, objectifying women is...
In the last four years, the Madhya Pradesh government has spent ₹14 crore on advertisements in 234 "news" websites, many of which carry outdated information and are run by journalists or their relativ...
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On Wednesday, Mathrubhumi, a leading Malayalam daily in Kerala, faced a lot of outrage on social media for reproducing an ‘offensive’ comment about Prophet Muhammad. Many Muslim organisations like Po...
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If the media were to make resolutions for 2016, here are five that would be long overdue. Here, I'm framing them as commandments that if followed could make news coverage far more balanced and pleasant for viewers.
Anuvab & Kunaal discuss the high pollution levels in Delhi and the government's recent odd-even formula. Merit aside, it is the logistics they are worried about - what if a traffic cop can't read the last digit on a number plate because of all the smog?