Journalists are not public sector employees. Is it justified to treat one group of professional as 'special'?
Not only the news article was sensationalist, it was an old one written in 2010 but shared as if new.
Just two videos from a couple of weeks back show how media had been blatantly partisan.
The article had exposed the left-liberal hypocrisy over the ongoing controversy around Ramjas College and Gurmehar Kaur.
Its time for the Red Maoist Carpet
A look into the articles before BMC results were announced reveals a lot about 'objectivity' of Indian media.
The ‘right wing’ finds Schadenfreude when journalists lose jobs, but they should understand that media is not the way they imagine.
A leading media entrepreneur writes a horribly absurd article on demonetisation.
A conference of ‘atheists’ was opposed by various political & religious groups, but The Hindu highlighted only ‘Hindutva’.
In the age of rumor mongering on social media, political leaders must be more responsible in their communication.