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Jackson Gosnell: Teenager setting a benchmark in the world of journalism

Gosnell covers news on social media and serves as a contributor to many networks across the globe

22 Sep 2020 1:18 PM

Aakar Patel | How the media, like politics, has become bigoted and intolerant

The media space in India is funded primarily by advertising, The reader or viewer pays very little by way of subscription

05 Aug 2020 8:42 PM

Even before virus, communities in US feel loss of newspapers

Digital outlets also have limitations, since many people in poor and rural areas are unable to count on reliable high-speed Internet

27 Jun 2020 9:58 AM

‘No feeling is final’ in this string of 12 gripping war stories

In these stories you come face to face with post-traumatic disorders: disorientation, hallucination and relentless insomnia

22 Mar 2020 8:47 PM

49 journalists murdered across world in 2019, lowest in 16 years

57 journalists are being held hostage across the globe, mostly in Syria, Yemen, Iraq and Ukraine.

17 Dec 2019 11:11 AM


WikiLeaks – Journalism or not?

A look at the complicated case of WikiLeaks, trying negotiate its status in intricate structures of the media world.

12 Apr 2019 6:11 PM

For India’s sake, allow the press to do its job

We are fortunate enough in India to have a reasonably credible national press.

09 Mar 2019 12:32 AM

#MeToo: Indian journalists, comedians accused of sexual misconduct

Interview by former actress Tanushree Dutta, recalling her uncomfortable encounter with star Nana Patekar 10 years ago, set ball rolling.

06 Oct 2018 5:03 PM

Journalists view co-workers as more ethical than peers: study

The effect of media messaging on both individuals and populations has been extensively studied.

16 Jul 2018 7:25 PM

YouTube aims to crack down on fake news, support journalism

YouTube will make 'authoritative' news sources more prominent.

10 Jul 2018 8:21 AM


Pakistani reporter goes overboard to cover monsoon floods

While covering monsoon rains in the Pakistani city of Lahore, a Pakistani reporter went a tad overboard as he took a dig at the government.

04 Jul 2018 2:05 PM

Delhi School of Journalism to launch MPhil, PhD courses by 2020

Plans to start short courses in photography, video editing from Oct.

26 Jun 2018 5:01 AM

Delhi University’s 1st cut-off list out, 98.75% for BA at LSR

This year, the cut-off will be on the basis of the best of four subjects, according to the DU.

19 Jun 2018 4:47 AM

Sting operations show big media in poor light

The series of videos is on the Internet again after a plea in the court dealt with a specific media house.

31 May 2018 1:17 AM

Fake news is dirty politics, not journalism

In fact, the word “news” in its name is misleading. It should plainly be called what it is — “false information”.

09 Apr 2018 12:17 AM


Media is not Pope sitting in pulpit, says CJI

You cannot reproduce anything that comes to your heart and mind.

16 Mar 2018 12:46 AM

Education never ends

Writer of the book Saving Maya, Kiran Manral talks about her writing process and how a writer’s block can be tackled professionally.

14 Feb 2018 12:34 AM

For the love of asian flavours

The finalist of MasterChef Australia series 9, which airs on Star World, says that she loves cooking Indian food at home too.

10 Jan 2018 12:11 AM

Sexual misconduct often part of the job in hospitality work

Hospitality industry workers are routinely subjected to sexual abuse and harassment that are largely unchecked.

11 Dec 2017 12:27 PM

A shocking decision

Every time a journalist is targeted for doing his/her job, it is freedom of the press that is assailed.

27 Jun 2017 6:01 AM