BY A correspondent| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |24/06/2018
Partly because mining profits are drying up and partly for other reasons, publications are shedding staff and closing down in the state.
BY A correspondent| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |14/04/2013
Four Telugu channels spewed moral outrage about a group of students indulging in revelry.
BY A correspondent| IN LAW AND POLICY |03/04/2010
In one more contempt case, a high court chief justice grills a newspaper for exposing a judge’s background.
BY A correspondent| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |05/01/2010
it is intriguing that readers have reacted to a top-rung militant leader?s write-up and were bold enough to express their views without any fear. Excerpts from letters Assamese readers wrote in response to Paresh Barua?s series in Amar Asom.
BY A correspondent| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |29/12/2009
Critics believe this dramatization by the three television channels only glorifies the ULFA by negating the misdeeds of and killings by the outfit in the past 30 years of their ?armed struggle for sovereignty?.
BY A correspondent| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |24/12/2009
Paresh Baruah uses a page one anchor series in Amar Asom to try and rouse the Assamese masses to build a greater Assamese society, and help Bangladeshis assimilate.
BY A correspondent| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |11/11/2009
MILITANT TO JOURNALIST Part II-- 'I am proud to be a good Indian. I am now waging a quiet revolution with my pen against the injustices of the society'.
BY A correspondent| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |11/11/2009
MILITANT TO JOURNALIST Part III. Earlier, it was only a public relation exercise that I was doing for the ULFA. It gives me a sense of power now as I can even criticize the ULFA if I think it fit.
BY A correspondent| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |14/10/2009
FROM MILITANCY TO JOURNALISM, PART I. I have always felt more empowered with a pen than a gun, says Sunil Nath, former publicity secretary of the ULFA, and now a writer at large.
BY A correspondent| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |19/07/2009
"It is ironical that we journalists speak up for everyone but there is nobody to fight for us." District press clubs in remote areas of Assam provide support to journalists caught between state and non state actors,
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ET reports that the Congress party will  have a hyperlocal social media strategy for the forthcoming state elections. It says the Congress social media cell has "identified block level social media warriors" who will give feedback on community level issues to the party's social media  war room. Such as which local temples  with a particular caste following the Congress state unit chief should visit, or in which areas farm loan waiver schemes are going badly, giving the Congress an issue to raise.                    

Doordarshan interviewed  two BJP ministers in the afternoon about what they thought of Rahul Gandhi's speech during the no-trust motion, and why BJP MPs had felt the need to come outside Parliament and attack him. Ministers of state Ashwini Chaubey and Ram Kirpal Yadav answered at considerable length and were allowed to have their say. The reporter also asked one of them what he thought about RG's hugging the PM and he effectively snorted in disapproval. When a panel discussion began after this,  more leading questions from the news anchor about this 'jadu ki jhappi."  And more criticism followed.                        

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