Exploring the fine line of tragedy coverage in photojournalism: Who will decide where to draw the line?
Ethics is photojournalism stand on a very fine line. The moment you cross it, the photograph may become a tragedy of the lifetime.
“Behaviour needs to change”, White House lawyers tell Meena Harris to stop using the name of her aunt Kamala Harris for personal benefit: Report
White House lawyers are concerned that the activities of Meena Harris will bring unwanted scrutiny on Kamala Harris
Pritish Nandy 'stole' Masaba's birth certificate and printed in his magazine without Neena Gupta's permission
Page 3 seems to have been the apt place to place this news!
Why ‘journalists’ being nominated to Rajya Sabha has again exposed the fundamental flaws of the profession
'Journalist' Kumar Ketkar has been nominated to the Rajya Sabha by the Congress party
He has written a no holds bar Facebook post
The media broke the Army Jawans's trust and trapped him into saying things he didn't want to say
Find out when a reporter should legitimately use anonymous sources in his reportage.
The reporter was fired from his job, but he could get a job in another media organisation.
Journalism standards of NDTV hit a new low, but gets exposed on Twitter.
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