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The current state of media regulation has a lot to do with it.
"Asking questions is good, asking questions is healthy, and in fact, is fundamental to the health of our democracy."
Bending over backwards to please the government doesn’t help.
When the Turkish troops attempting a military coup marched into the studios of CNN Turk early Saturday morning, the news channel's staff broadcast the takeover to the world via Facebook Live. The scen...
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Rajdeo Ranjan, a senior journalist from Siwan in Bihar, was shot dead on Friday by criminals near the railway station. Ranjan was the bureau chief of Hindi daily Hindustan in Siwan. Hours before this...
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The ongoing crackdown at the Jawaharlal Nehru University and the subsequent events in New Delhi and around the country have bared several interlinked fault lines that have plagued the Indian republic. Here are some.
Cricket commentators manage to repeat the same overused phrases so many times during the course of a match, and with such great alacrity, that one wonders how many broken TVs (or heads) might have resulted were there no mute button. A part of the reason for this unending stream of inanity is the BCCI's stringent commentary guidelines...
CAIRO—An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced three Al-Jazeera English journalists to three years in prison, the latest twist in a long-running trial criticized worldwide by press freedom advocates an...