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Sep 23, 2017
Suprateek Chatterjee fired for wishing Modi's death on Twitter: Media espousing violence is a dangerous trendHaving been the editor of seven newspapers in India and abroad these past 46 years I would gladly submit that I would have had no hesitation in banning columnist Suprateek Chatterjee for his tweets indicating his delight in case someone killed Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Sep 21, 2017
Journalist who wished death for Prime Minister Narendra Modi gets lavish liberal loveIf all abuse is to be treated as kosher, then liberals should refrain from name-calling and blame-fixing when they see something that they don't like.
Sep 10, 2017
A tale of two protests: What 'Justice for Gauri Lankesh' had in common with 'Not In My Name'At 6 pm this Wednesday, Carter Road in Bandra saw nearly 200 people gather to demand justice for slain journalist Gauri Lankesh
Sep 07, 2017
BJP dismisses row over Narendra Modi following abusive trolls on Twitter, calls it 'farcical'BJP dismissed as "farcical and fake" the row over Modi following some twitter users accused of making objectionable comments over journalist Gauri Lankesh's murder
Aug 25, 2017
Supreme Court verdict debunks view that technology has rendered privacy obsoleteThis argument, that technology has rendered privacy obsolete or less important, has been expressly rejected by the SC judges in their opinions.
Aug 17, 2017
Kiren Rijiju hails 'independent' Indian media for not toeing government line, 'like Chinese counterparts'The media in India and China cannot be compared as the fourth estate in this country is independent, while its counterparts in the Communist nation generally toe the official line, Union minister Kiren Rijiju said on Thursday
Aug 03, 2017
Gopalkrishna Gandhi writes letter to public, says attacks being made on freedom of belief, speech and thoughtOpposition vice presidential candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi alleged that direct and indirect attacks are being made on freedom of belief, thought and speech and that a "new partition of a psychological" nature is being sown in the minds
Jul 31, 2017
India has failed Taslima Nasreen yet again: Freedom of speech is still a victim as govt, police pass the buckIt is bad enough that Taslima Nasreen, now a Swedish citizen, has to apply for an Indian visa every year. Now it appears that we are unable to ensure even her basic safety when she is in the country on a low-key, private visit.
Jul 25, 2017
JNU VC demands tank on campus: Imbibing patriotism through tokenism is absurd, at best a sign of paranoiaIf a tank inside JNU campus can really make students more patriotic, why stop just at that? Why not use a Bofors gun, a Mirage jet fighter or a tactical nuclear weapon, if possible, mounted on a ballistic missile?
Jul 20, 2017
Right to privacy debate highlights: Petitioners complete arguments, SC to hear from Centre on TuesdayRight to privacy cannot be an absolute right and the state may have some power to put reasonable restriction, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday