The external affairs ministry’s statement comes as a reaction to recent press reports which claim that the Chinese army continues to maintain a sizable presence in the Doklam area.
Shome Basu recollects the time he spent with photographer S. Paul, who passed away at the age of 88 at Max Hospital in Patparganj on Wednesday.
The veteran journalist has been recognised for his immense contribution to journalism.
Various former judges believe that rejecting post-retirement appointments on the basis of Intelligence Bureau inputs is discouraging and troubling.
Income tax investigators also comprehensively refuted the company’s theory that a ‘disgruntled employee’ was behind incriminating diary entries recording payments to politicians.
“I thought it was a bit too much to receive a journalism award from a man so contemptuous of journalists,” winner of the award for best non-fiction book Akshaya Mukul said after boycotting the event.
ISRO scientists have separately claimed that data from a CartoSat satellite was used to assist with the surgical strikes and that they invented the lightest material ever. Why were these claims made?
The report suggests that Rohith Vemula’s mother faked a Dalit certificate and argues that Vemula’s suicide was a result of his own frustrations.
The MoD’s demand has no legal basis; no government body has the right to censor or screen news before it is published.
Her mandate will be to examine and, where appropriate, investigate complaints and concerns that The Wire’s readers may have about its coverage.
Riding the anti-graft wave is a clever strategy that helps the ruling party divert attention from most pressing economic issues, such as the crises in the rural agriculture sector and growing joblessness.
An interview with the Indian Express’s Raj Kamal Jha and Ritu Sarin on the process – and importance – of collaborative investigative journalism.
The most damning revelation in the Panama Papers leak is that unprecedented kickbacks of up to 17% of the deal value were paid to a middleman firm for purchases of defence equipment by the Indian navy and air force.
The Indian Express has an intriguing story today about an offer the gangster-turned terrorist Dawood Ibrahim apparently made in 2013 to return to India to stand trial for his role in the bombings that took the lives of 257 innocent people in Bombay on March 12, 1993. According to […]