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Brutal media, the beloved minority, and the tortured majority

I’m afraid, it’s quite clear that the ferocious jaws of the media and the fierce claws of the minority are well up to the...

Editorial Freedom Should be used Wisely in Public Interest says PM Narendra Modi to Media

Chennai, Nov 6: Prime Minster Narendra Modi on Monday said that editorial freedom should be used in public interest and urged the newspapers to...

Facebook doesn’t Hire Journalists, says Sheryl Sandberg

San Francisco, Oct 14: As people debate Facebook's role in influencing people during the US presidential elections by Russian ads and fake news on...

The True Story behind Case against NDTV Founders: Read Here!

After a case against NDTV founders had been registered, the CBI raided the residence The raids prompted the NDTV to respond by alleging...

President of India presents KCK International Award for excellence in print Journalism

India, March 21, 2017: The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee presented the KCK International Award for Excellence in Print Journalism organized by Rajasthan...

US President Elect Donald Trump complains about Bad Cover Photo to a News Portal

Delhi, Jan 3, 2017: CNN released book "Unprecedented" received visual critique from the newly elected US President Donald Trump. Trump tweeted the following, in...

Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) to have Journalism Courses in Regional Languages

November 24, 2016: Recently, Department of Mass Communication, Mizoram University, organized a two-day national seminar on "Media, Technology and Power of Politics: The Indian Conventicle.” The...

Gulen Religious Group is officially designated as Terrorist by the Turkish Government

ISTANBUL- President Tayyip Erdogan officially designated the religious movement of U.S.-based Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen a terrorist group and said he would pursue its members...

Pakistan partially lifts ‘Ban’ on the broadcast of Birth Control ads

Pakistan has banned advertisements of contraceptive products on television and radio. But, a recent report says, Pakistan's broadcasting regulator has partially lifted the ban on advertising...

What are the key findings of Freedom of the Press Report

Freedom of the Press is an annual report on media independence around the world, produced by Freedom House, a watchdog organization dedicated to the...

An Indian mother living abroad on why her kids deserve to see Indian faces represented in media

by Nirupama Kumar Hecker  I was looking forward to seeing the new Pixar short Sanjay's Super Team for so long. Ever since I learned it...

Legislatures discuss role of media in Pakistan, India

Pakistani and Indian parliamentarians on Tuesday discussed the role of media in the two neighbouring countries. They were speaking at a dialogue titled the...

Senior journalists, authors slam scribes for ‘selife with Modi’

New Delhi: The primary job of journalists as the Fourth Estate of a democracy is to ask tough questions to powers-that-be and in order...

‘Times have changed, so have forms of protest’

By Roshni Chakrabarty and Arnab Mitra Kolkata: Twenty three organisations of the West Bengal cultural forum took part in the first protest on intolerance organized...

Durga Puja: No newspaper in Kolkata

By Arnab Mitra Kolkata: Press is said to be the third eye of the society and fourth pillar of democracy. However, during the four days of...

When Rahul Gandhi’s tantrum trumps charred toddlers

Alas, in these turbulent times, Rahul Gandhi's anger has more news value than roasting of two little angels in a house.

PDP-BJP coalition failed to provide good governance: Farooq Abdullah

NewsGram Staff Writer Jammu:  Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah on Monday called for an united effort to maintaining communal harmony to thwart...

Karnataka BJP lawmaker sparks row with rape remark

Bengaluru: Karnataka's BJP lawmaker KS Eshwarappa on Saturday sparked a controversy with his remarks on rape incidents in the state. He later said his remarks...

EU observers call for more transparency in Lankan polls

NewsGram Staff Writer Colombo:  European Union (EU) election observers on Saturday called for more transparency in Sri Lanka's electoral process and suggested a few measures for...

No stand-off at Sino-Indian border: China

Beijing: There was no stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops at the border, China said. Such news is "harmful to the relationship" between the two...

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