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Monica Lewinsky’s Verdict on the Johnny Depp- Amber Heard Trial – We all are Guilty

Courtroom porn and social media have turned innocent bystanders into a mass of mudslingers. By Monica LewinskyMay 31, 2022 Photos from Getty Images.  Unless you’re a troglodyte, you’ve been exposed to something about the Depp v. Heard trial in the… Continue Reading →

A Tribute to Shireen Abu Akleh, a Journalistic Role Model

The murdered reporter was superbly professional, possessed a rare modesty and unshackled cultural restraints on Arab women Rasha Al AqeediRasha Al Aqeedi is the Middle East deputy editorMay 19, 2022 Where do girls in closed societies draw inspiration from when… Continue Reading →

A Tale of Two Bulldozers

By: Pranay SomayajulaPublished in: The NationDate: May, 2, 2022 A bulldozer demolishes an illegal structure during a joint anti-encroachment drive conducted by the North Delhi Municipal Corporation in the Jahangirpuri area. (Photo by Naveen Sharma / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images) Twitter feeds… Continue Reading →

Kashmir Journalists Face Forbidding Pattern: Arrest, Bail, Rearrest

Suhasini Raj The practice, employed against at least three journalists in the restive region, is being used to limit free speech and chill news reporting, activists say. April 16, 2022 After being held in jail for close to four years… Continue Reading →

India’s ‘Writing with Fire’ misses Oscar, ‘Summer of Soul’ Best Documentary Feature

POSTED ON MARCH 28, 2022 Oscars 2022: ‘Writing With Fire’ follows this ambitious group of Dalit wonder women led by their chief reporter, Meera as the team switches from print to digital in order to stay relevant. Writing with Fire,… Continue Reading →

The Decline Of Urdu In UP’s Literary World

Along with Lucknowi mushaira and Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb, Urdu literature is in decline. And the current socio-political atmosphere can’t escape its share of the blame  Sharib Rudaulvi Photograph: Shutterstock Sharib Rudaulvi Several aspects of the literary landscape of Uttar Pradesh have changed… Continue Reading →

PCI fact Finding Report on State of Meida in Kammu and Kashmir

By an order dated 29th September, 2021, the Chairman of the Press Council of India (PCI) Justice C K Prasad, taking cognizance of a complaint by Mehbooba Mufti, President of the Jammu & Kashmir People’s Democratic Party, set up a… Continue Reading →

An Investigation into Facebook, Jio and BJP’s Eyeball Politics

Facebook allowed a company owned by Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio Group to promote BJP in several election campaigns through surrogate advertisements, found The Reporters’ Collective in its investigation. These advertisements lit the fuse of anti-Muslim sentiments, tommy-gunned BJP’s opponents and critics through… Continue Reading →

Gender, Caste And Class Were Irrelevant For Makers Of ‘Writing With Fire’

POSTED ON FEBRUARY 23, 2022 Writing With Fire is about ordinary women journalists with extraordinary spirit. Often, these women journalists are seen reporting from the field amid a crowd of men. It shows the operation of the journalistic landscape in… Continue Reading →

UNI Photo Journalist T Kumar Dies By Suicide; Was Depressed Over 5 year ‘Backlog of Salaries’

Dealing with a 60 month salary backlog, senior UNI photojournalist T Kumar had died by suicide in his Chennai office Karuna John Image: The News Minute Media circles are still in shock how a massive 60-month (5-year) backlog of salary… Continue Reading →

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