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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 →

#India – Tehelka never adhered to media ethics

Tehelka‘s Achilles heel From inception, conventional notions of media ethics are not something the folks at Tehelka cared to adhere to. And despite complaints, it almost seems as if in Tejpal and Chaudhury’s value system sexual harassment just wasn’t such… Continue Reading →

#India -Feminist interventions and the agency of the survivor #Vaw #mustread

NOVEMBER 26, 2013     We write as feminists and activists in the women’s movement, disturbed by imputations of motive to some fellow activists who have spoken out publicly in the Tehelka sexual assault case. These allegations of pandering to… Continue Reading →

#India – Media’s Rape Coverage Template #Vaw #mustread

POSTED BY KISHALAY BHATTACHARJEE | AUGUST 26, 2013 IN newslaundry.com I was just one traffic signal away from my office at New Delhi’s Barakhamba Road when the men squatted on the intersection and held up traffic for hours. I thought this was… Continue Reading →

BBC Tactics in Covering North Korea Are Faulted

By RAVI SOMAIYA Published: April 14, 2013, NYT As tensions escalated between North Korea and the world late last month, a small group of students from the prestigious London School of Economics crossed the border into the reclusive country for what… Continue Reading →

Inspiration on Investigative Journalism- How ICIJ’s Project Team Analyzed the Offshore Files

By Duncan Campbell April 3, 2013, Networking in the offshore world – ICIJ used advanced tools like Nuix to see how offshore providers linked up. KEY FINDINGS Government officials and their families and associates in Azerbaijan, Russia, Canada, Pakistan, the Philippines,… Continue Reading →

No place for Dayamani, in mainstream media why ?

No place for Dayamani, Media Watch, Thehoot .org A significant agitation against land acquisition and the bail and re-arrest of its leader were barely noticed by mainstream media.  Isn’t it the media’s disdain for lower caste/class dissenters, wonders ARITRA BHATTACHARYA…. Continue Reading →

Open letter to Arnab Goswami by Madhu Kishwar

  Dear Arnab ji, When you started your innings with Times Now by demanding that power wielders provide honest answers to the general public for their various acts of commission and omission, many of us applauded your public spiritedness.  “The Nation-is-angry-and-wants-an-answer” approach… Continue Reading →

#Mangalore Mob attack- TV reporter’s version #VAW #Moralpolicing

The shameful news of Mangalore is very well known to you all. It is a good sign that eight assailants have been arrested in relation to this case. Along with the eight of the assailants the reporter Naveen Soorinje who… Continue Reading →

IMMEDIATE RELEASE-Ethical Questions Raised as Molestation of Young Indian Girl is Captured on Camera

July 16, 2012 Ethical Questions Raised as Molestation of Young Indian Girl is Captured on Camera The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) joins partners and affiliates in India in calling for full disclosure of the circumstances in which a shocking… Continue Reading →

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