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Nov 06, 2016
Arnab's resignation and NDTV India ban shows we live in the age of 'selfie journalism'We will be left in a world of journalism that is entirely populated by Arnab and anchors like him, competing on the basis of passion and anger, and by people who pull out their phone and tweet a comment without first hand information. It will be a frightening world.
Nov 02, 2016
Arnab Goswami's resignation: Is his exit a sign of true change or churn in the Indian media?As his stint with Times Now has shown, Arnab Goswami has assiduously cultivated his audience with an eye on the box office.
Nov 02, 2016
Arnab Goswami represents an era where individuals become synonymous with institutionsArnab Goswami is among the pioneers of a media culture that kow-tows to the government, admonishes those who seek questions of it, castigates as anti-national those who criticise and speak against the majority voice.
Sep 30, 2016
Burger Singh offers discounts after surgical strikes: Something more critical deserves our outrageBurger Singh and MobiKwik using the surgical strikes to sell products is wrong. But what the Indian media is doing every single day is much more wrong.
Aug 21, 2016
Direct talks with Pakistan military won't work: India must engage Pak govt on terrorIn the backdrop of Pakistan's escalating proxy war on India, a cross-section here is rooting for India to open direct talks with the Pakistani military.
Aug 09, 2016
Rio Olympics 2016: Abhinav Bindra's trainer blasts Indian media's 'obsession' with medalsArray
Aug 05, 2016
Learnings from Rajnath Singh in Pakistan: His speech, Kargil, 26/11 and Pathankot never happenedIt appears the reports of Rajnath Singh's speech at the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) home ministers' meeting being blacked out by the Pakistani media were greatly exaggerated
Jul 26, 2016
Kashmir unrest: Indian media's macho posturing adds to already fraught situationAs the agitation in Kashmir makes a generational shift from the old guard to the tech-savvy, educated and networked young and thus enters a potentially highly volatile phase, it becomes a responsibility for the Indian government to bring back sanity to the Kashmir discourse and avoid any macho posturing that can only aggravate an already fraught situation.
Jul 20, 2016
Shah Faesal shows same lack of nuance for which he blames Indian mediaFaesal needed to be glorified not because Indians get a sadistic pleasure by humiliating Kashimris, as he so alleges. No. But because a message needs to be sent across to angry, disgruntled youths that a richer, more fulfilling future is possible if they, like Faesal, choose to pick up the book instead of gun or stones.
Jul 15, 2016
Zakir Naik breaks silence on Skype: Says he condemns suicide attacks, but adds qualifierAfter cancelling three media briefings in the past one week, controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik finally broke his silence and addressed the press in India via Skype on Friday.