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Congress leader Udit Raj threatens journalist with SC/ST Act, successfully stops him from releasing his interview with tough questions

The journalist has approached OpIndia saying that he could not upload some parts of his interview of Udit Raj because of threats from Congress leader.

Chinese govt, which earlier disappeared Alibaba founder Jack Ma, directs him to dispose of media holdings: Report

The development comes months after Alibaba founder Jack Ma went missing for several weeks before making a reappearance.

Mischief managed: From engaging troll army to weaponising censorship, how China built narrative around coronavirus

It is shocking how the Chinese CCP has managed to manipulate the online discourse as the world fought the coronavirus pandemic.

Ram Jethmalani Memorial Lecture: India’s top legal minds discuss ‘trial by media’ and the need for controlling measures to hold news channels accountable

Pros and cons of trial by media was the topic for the first Ram Jethmalani Memorial Lecture Series hosted by NewsX

Andhra Pradesh: Jagan Mohan govt issues controversial order, gives bureaucrats the power to sue media

The order (GO RT No 2430) was issued on Wednesday. The state cabinet had taken the decision on October 16.

Media and the art of manufacturing narrative

We speak for the plants, animals, forests, rivers, temples, deities and devotees of Bharat. We speak for you. We speak for ourselves.

Anand Ranganathan’s fate at Newslaundry is a living proof of O’Sullivan’s law

O Sullivan's law states 'All organizations that are not actually right-wing will over time become left-wing'

Former colleague claims Siddharth Varadarajan suppressed Vadra scam expose for 7 months

It was Siddharth Varadarajan who once threatened the public's right to know

Gujarat to Gauri: Mainstream Media and Journalistic Ethics

The pressure that journalism today is feeling, is the resounding ask by a billion people to be responsible and honest.

In Mamata’s Bengal, news channel banned as its Facebook page had ‘offensive’ comments by people

Posting anything that Mamata Banerjee government finds offensive on social media could land you in a soup.

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