BY PARANJOY GUHA THAKURTA| IN OPINION |20/04/2018
Nihal Singh did everything journalists dream of doing. It was a good life as reporter, editor, author, rubbing shoulders with the famous, and travelling the world.
BY ANAND K SAHAY| IN OPINION |18/04/2018
He edited many newspapers in his career and was widely read as a foreign correspondent from many capitals.
BY RAMI CHHABRA| IN OPINION |17/04/2018
Reporter, foreign correspondent, editor--his writing was trenchant till the end. The media space is poorer today because a principled man of words is gone.
BY SEVANTI NINAN| IN OPINION |16/03/2018
Do nominations to the Rajya Sabha compromise journalism? If you are an editor yes, If you are a media owner perhaps, but not if you are a talking head on TV.
BY PADMAJA SHAW| IN OPINION |18/01/2018
Mevani’s rejection of Republic TV raises a question: if media houses operate as hate-mongers, are they entitled to professional access?
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 BP SANJAY| IN OPINION |02/01/2018
The film star’s promise of a new ‘’spiritual politics’ may sit uneasily in a state where rationalism and atheism have held sway for 50 years.
BY SEETHA| IN OPINION |20/12/2017
Journalists should condemn the Congress barring Times Now and Republic TV from its press briefings instead of colluding. It could be their turn next,
BY RONEN PALAN| IN OPINION |10/11/2017
They tell us that tax avoidance is a booming industry, that secrecy prevails through trusts, and highly complex tools are used.
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
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Even as Zee News has been running programmes  questioning  the chargesheet filed in the Kathua rape case, Deepika Singh, lawyer for the Kathua victim’s family, has sent a legal notice To Zee Hindi News for a programme run by Zee Hindi News on April 17 in which Sudhir Chaudhury had alleged that Deepika Singh Rajawat had stayed at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, with the innuendo that she had supported anti-national elements. The notice said, "while my client reiterates that she has never stayed at JNU, she nevertheless firmly believes that there cannot be anything remotely wrong in staying in JNU, if ever she did. Your innuendoes and spreading of communal hatred constituted a threat to her life."    
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