Ordinary and extraordinary Indians, from the villagers of Tamil Nadu to the Anand Margis to Deepika Padukone, are defending their right to free speech and expression.
Scores of journalists gathered to condemn the recent spate of killing, threats and violence directed at the press.
In the seventh episode of Media Bol, Urmilesh discusses the resignation of Mayawati, Paranjoy Guha Thakurta and Nikhil Wagle with Rajdeep Sardesai, consulting editor at the India Today group, and senior journalist Arati R. Jerath.
The VC, who acknowledges his sympathies for the RSS, vehemently denies being present at the prime minister’s rally.
In the book I am a Troll, Sadhavi Khosla has said BJP IT cell head Arvind Gupta sent directions to volunteers on what to post, including attacks on journalists and politicians.
The party has accused the AAP of only being interested in firing salvos and then running away from debating them.
Both campaigns revolved around illegal immigration, promises to bring about a change in governance and the demonisation of Islam.
A group of journalists in Delhi condemned the “press gag” in Kashmir, and warned against the fallouts of censoring credible news sources.
A press release from the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority calls the Indian broadcast media’s terror coverage ‘crass sensationalism’. Senior journalists respond.
In a wide-ranging interview, the iconic TV journalist discusses his recent decision to urge the profession to break the mould of an anchor as an image of distraction and incitement.