Topic: Media ethics

Readers deserve better, not a gossip queen passing off figment of imagination as news
An interesting video has gone viral, in which senior journalist Ashok Shrivastav can be heard describing anecdotes, which explain the murkier relationship between the media and the past Congress government
Pakistani newspapers' distasteful headline on PM Modi sparks outrage
Pritish Nandy 'stole' Masaba's birth certificate and printed in his magazine without Neena Gupta's permission
Gujarati daily Gujarat Samachar Newspaper's insensitive headline today over Pulwama attack has got readers upset
N Ram of The Hindu has not only stolen another journalist's work on Rafale and called it his own, but he has also skewed his work to give it a narrative spin that suits him
Earlier Rahul Gandhi, with help from fake news peddling website The Wire, had tried to insinuate that the award was insignificant.
India is set to get its longest rail-road bridge today, NDTV finds an excuse of 'boatmen losing jobs' to belittle the achievement.
Surely, we all must ponder who is being “unimaginative” here!
ABVP is student with of RSS, not BJP as many media houses report.
Ranganathan reminds the journalists' fraternity on how to be a decent human being.
The doctor was called ‘Shaitan Doctor’ in a sting operation aired by news channel IBN7 in 2006
The question of corruption may be answered, but as mentioned earlier, is this ideological corruption or purely financial corruption?
O Sullivan's law states 'All organizations that are not actually right-wing will over time become left-wing'

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