Media is considered the fourth pillar of democracy. This section presents news and views about the state of Indian media.
A leading question from a reporter makes the Minister make a controversial statement, which is diagonally opposite to what his own Youth Policy says.
When we look at the larger picture, the Coast Guard has probably done a fine job in averting a possible terror attack. The criticisms are uncalled for.
Those who question every authority and demand immediate answers, choose to block people on social media when they are questioned.
Praveen Swami's report on the Pakistani boat controversy contains borderline conspiracy theories. A closer reading of his report shows some glaring inaccuracies.
The blowing up of Pakistani boat saw many Indian journalists question official narrative. Only 3 reasons why they did that.
Ravish Kumar justified that the left was better than the right, but then puts very superfluous arguments to support his point.
As soon as the news about a Pakistani boat being destroyed was broken, some journalists started casting aspersions on defense personnel.
A simple solution to stop stereotyping when news reports are not as politically correct as you would like.
TV news channels were suspected of projecting limited data on wider number of seats to fool viewers into believing that they were the fastest.