BY B.P. Sanjay| IN RESEARCH STUDIES |15/10/2016
Though it could be an important mechanism for fostering relationships between these countries, this and former summits have not factored in media as a sub group agenda.
BY B.P. Sanjay| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/09/2012
Owned by education entrepreneurs, Puthiya Thalaimurai wants to show that there is a clear space for an unbiased news channel in Tamil Nadu,
BY B.P. Sanjay| IN MEDIA FREEDOM |07/11/2011
Now that we have a self-regulating council for broadcasters can we at least have a few minutes weekly slot wherein we come to know the nature of complaints and what has been done about them and who has been held accountable?
BY B.P. Sanjay| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |30/06/2011
In the past too, the PM’s media interactions have been a subject matter of scrutiny and the fact that he does not adopt a more robust and charismatic spin to his interactions has been noted.
BY B.P. Sanjay| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |07/06/2011
Do we now hear that there is "communal" and "secular" corruption? It depends on whether you support or oppose the midnight eviction of Baba Ramadev. If the polity is not serious about corruption as it is often pointed out, the nature of media coverag
BY B.P. Sanjay| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |09/11/2010
Stories of the worries about what Obama’s domestic policies mean for many Indians makes more sense to certain parts of India that export human resources to the US, more than other regions.
BY B.P. Sanjay| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |02/08/2010
Nurturing a key media institution in the highly literate and political conscious state of Kerala is perhaps a challenge.
BY B.P. Sanjay| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |22/07/2010
The reported revival of Hum Log, in a new village-based avatar, needs to be contextualised in the contemporaneous and multi-faceted evolution of the electronic media
BY B.P. Sanjay| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |29/03/2010
Before critics scream so what, it is a product of another well worked out publicity strategy, the story needs to be looked at in terms of what perhaps the print editions of our newspapers could potentially do.
BY B.P. Sanjay| IN MEDIA FREEDOM |03/03/2010
The media in the Kannada Prabha case is the victim of a larger threat to creative, artistic and academic discourses. Unfortunately, media institutions are sitting ducks for public ire--genuine or orchestrated,
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Paid news falls within the citizen's right to free speech and the Election Commission has no business trying to stop it, according to the Delhi High Court. ET reports that while the EC thinks paid news is a major challenge to conducting free and fair elections, and 15 cases of paid news were identified in the recently concluded Karnataka polls, the HC says the EC's remit is confined to the poll expenditure of a candidate, and not the content of the advertising s/he spends on.                                                             

Journalists covering the ongoing protest of residents of the coastal town of Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu were at the receiving end of police violence and found their cameras and cellphones snatched. The residents were demanding immediate closure of Vedanta Sterlite's copper operations and the agitation turned bloody, leaving 9 persons dead in police firing.          

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