BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN OPINION |14/05/2018
Ravish Kumar chooses issues that affect large numbers of ordinary people in small towns. And the authorities are taking note.
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |06/04/2018
At a commemorative meeting in Mumbai the journalist who did the story for Caravan talks about how Loya’s family decided that he should be the one to tell their story.
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |25/03/2018
Hadiya’s conversion and marriage suffered the biased, hate-filled, anti-Muslim treatment that is now routine for some TV channels.
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |20/03/2018
Their coverage of Ankit Saxena’s murder was a master class in hate-mongering. Reporting Communal Issues - Part I
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |25/01/2018
Over ten years three police agencies have contradicted each others’ claims about Tauqeer, but the press faithfully parrots whatever is put out.
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |21/01/2018
Both refusals: the journalists’ and Mevani’s, can be seen as justified. Who then was right?
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN OPINION |11/01/2018
.....Kashmiri women reporting on issues unrelated to the conflict and a farmer’s daughter on local radio.
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN OPINION |05/11/2017
The NDTV India anchor has been exposing in relentless and riveting detail the shameful state of India’s universities
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |01/09/2017
Never has a terror accused released on bail received the kind of welcome Times Now and Republic TV accorded to Malegaon blast accused Lt Col Purohit.
BY JYOTI PUNWANI| IN OPINION |14/07/2017
Highlighting the religion of the driver who saved the Amaranth pilgrims, is doing a disservice to him as well as secularism
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Former journalist and AAP politician Ashutosh's resignation from his party announced on Twitter on August 15 is followed by another tweet: "To media friends. Please respect my privacy. I won’t be giving any bite of any kind. Please cooperate." His resignation he says is "purely from a very very personal reason."                     

Well-known cartoonist Satish Acharya took to Facebook to say that his column with Mail Today ended after multiple attempts to censor his work. The latest was a cartoon on China's growing influence in the sub-continent, rejected because it was ostensibly 'defeatist'. Ironically, he said  cartoons critical of BJP President Amit Shah featured on the latter's personal website, which makes us wonder if this was another case of crawling when asked to  bend!                      
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