BY Subarno Chattarji| IN BOOKS |16/02/2011
The Hoot excerpts a passage from Pradip Ninan Thomas’s Strong Religion, Zealous Media.
BY Subarno Chattarji| IN BOOKS |27/01/2011
James focuses on the ways in which American style preaching, presentation, and media practices are either disseminated directly or repackaged for Indian audiences.
BY Subarno Chattarji| IN BOOKS |22/10/2010
The Hoot excerpts a second passage from Nalin Mehta’s India on Television.
BY Subarno Chattarji| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/09/2010
More than Kashmir Times published from Jammu, commentary in Greater Kashmir highlighted the alienation – economic, physical, and psychological – fostered by the blockade and the fact that it was directly antithetical to India’s claim to the Valley,
BY Subarno Chattarji| IN BOOKS |31/08/2010
The Hoot excerpts a passage from Robin Jeffrey’s Media and Modernity.
BY Subarno Chattarji| IN BOOKS |02/05/2010
The Hoot excerpts the Darryl D’Monte's foreword from The Green Pen, edited by Keya Acharya and Frederick Noronha.
BY Subarno Chattarji| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |27/03/2010
Media and Nagaland--Part III. While reporters voices are largely absent in Naga media there are vibrant editorial and citizen commentaries that enhance the public sphere in myriad ways.
BY Subarno Chattarji| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |19/03/2010
Media in Nagaland-Part II. Reporters reproduce terms used by the underground without quotation marks, which highlights the extent to which the linguistic frames of the underground are normalized through their circulation in mainstream media discours
BY Subarno Chattarji| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |15/03/2010
Media in Nagaland�Part I. �The making and the un-making of the Naga Nation�: narrating conflict in the Naga English media.
BY Subarno Chattarji| IN BOOKS |01/08/2005
The third and concluding part of the essay on Indian media representations of China.
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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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