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SC Asks Centre To Evolve Mechanism Against Fake News

The Supreme Court on Tuesday expressed strong displeasure on the Centre's affidavit in a case related to media reporting on a Tablighi Jamaat congregation...

Taapsee Pannu Taunts Certain News Channels

Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu on Saturday took a jibe at certain news channels without taking names, saying these channels have entertained people on behalf...

Say it With Your T-Shirt

By Sujata Assomull Right now a T-shirt is trending across India. As Rhea Chakraborty arrived for the 3rd day of questioning at the Narcotics Control...

Sushant’s Tragic Death Has Become Media Circus: Vidya Balan

Actress Vidya Balan on Tuesday stated that it was unfortunate how the tragic death of Sushant Singh Rajput had become a media circus. She...

Twitter to Label Accounts of Government-Linked Media

Twitter has announced it would not amplify tweets by state-controlled media outlets and label the accounts of government-linked media, as well as key government...

Social Media Users More Likely to Have Misperceptions About Covid-19 Pandemic

People who get their news from social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are more likely to have misperceptions about Covid-19 pandemic, warn researchers. The...

Need to Teach Children to Navigate Through Misinformation: Vice President

To deal with the menace of circulation of fake news, Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Monday emphasised on the need to teach children...

Women Don’t Have to Desperately Belittle Men to Look superior

By Purnima Nath Using critical skills is incredibly important these days, before buying into a story. Leftist media is desperate, trying to push baseless narratives,...

Media Firms Need to Improve Reporting to Attract More Advertisers: Study

Strengthening the sales teams digital expertise, improving campaign monitoring and reporting, and identifying what makes your publication unique are some of the steps that...

Assam Floods Affect 48 Lakh People, Media Turns a Blind Eye

By Muskan Bhatnagar Heavy rains during Monsoon are common in the Indian State of Assam. Floods have hit Assam once again as these rains cause...

Will Indian Media be the Same After COVID-19 Crisis?

By N.S.Venkataraman It is distressing to learn that a few print and visual media managements have closed down some of the editions, sacked a few...

Is Your Personal Data Safe With COVID-19 Apps?

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found that most of the COVID-19 apps required access to users' personal data, but only a handful indicated...

U.S President Donald Trump Likely to Announce Sales Worth Billions During Visit to India

By Steve Herman U.S. President Donald Trump departed for India Sunday on a 36-hour trip, having acknowledged he will not be returning home with an anticipated...

New YouTube Update Helps Creators Address Copyright Issues

In a bid to make things easier for creators when dealing with copyright issues, YouTube has updated its Studio Dashboard so that users can...

U.S. Media Industry Going Through A Bad Phase

On the surface, it may look as though the average U.S. media consumer is awash in choices: websites, podcasts, cable and broadcast TV, satellite...

Fake Accounts On Social Media Now Able To Copy Human Behaviour

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found that bots or fake accounts enabled by Artificial Intelligence (AI) on social media have evolved and are...

People Feel Exposed to Fake News on Social Media, Says Study

A new study has revealed that the more people feel they are exposed to fake news on social media on a regular basis, the...

Venezuela’s Independent Media Decimates by Country’s Years-Long Crisis

Starved of advertising revenue and battling a stranglehold on the newspaper industry by the government, Venezuela's independent media have been decimated by the country's...

Bangladesh Authorities Shut 54 News Portals and Websites in Fresh Blow to Freedom of Expression

Bangladesh authorities have blocked access to a popular news portal in what critics on Tuesday condemned as the latest blow to freedom of expression...

Southeast Asian Governments ‘Celebrate’ World Press Freedom Day

Governments and state media in Southeast Asia touted improving media liberty on World Press Freedom Day Friday, but critics were swift to point out...

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50% Male Employees Agree Bias Against Women in Workplace

More than 50 percent of the men feel that there is an increased bias against women at the workplace, said a new survey. According to...