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Infosys defamation suit: Why media should fight for its quick disposal

Jun 10, 2014

Infosys defamation suit: Why media should fight for its quick disposal

Thanks to the slow speed at which courts in India operate, defamation suits could be, and are, used to bully and harass smaller media products. #social media #Infosys #Media #The Economic Times #The Times of India #Newspapers #MediaWatch #Defamation Suits #The Financial Express #defame
When Rajdeep Sardesai and Arnab Goswami discussed Narendra Modi

Jun 08, 2014

When Rajdeep Sardesai and Arnab Goswami discussed Narendra Modi

It was an evening most 9-pm couch potatoes would have loved to watch. The top two of Indian news television Editor-in-Chief of IBN18 Rajdeep Sardesai and Editor-in-Chief of Times Now Arnab Goswami on the same panel, yes, a seat away from each other, discussing Narendra Modi. #Politics #India #Narendra Modi #Journalism #Rajdeep Sardesai #Uday Shankar #Kumar Ketkar #Media Watch #Arnab Goswami #RedInk Awards
What Modi baiters and bhakts will say on 12 and 16 May

May 08, 2014

What Modi baiters and bhakts will say on 12 and 16 May

With only one phase of polling left, the fate of the 16th Lok Sabha is sealed. The last phase involves polling for 41 seats in UP. Bengal and Bihar. This phase will determine the BJP's final tally, but not significantly change the outcome #India #UPA #Congress #BJP #Narendra Modi #Modi #NDA #Elections 2014 #Media Watch #Lok Sabha elections 2014 #9th Phase of Polling
The NYT's Modiphobia: bias masquerading as fact

Mar 28, 2014

The NYT's Modiphobia: bias masquerading as fact

Reportage by the western media has always been a bit jaundiced. With the rise of Modi in the Indian political landscape, even the NYT is barely able to conceal its biases #Narendra Modi #New York Times #Media Watch
Calling a spade an axe: Indian media is compromised, partisan

Mar 24, 2014

Calling a spade an axe: Indian media is compromised, partisan

The time has come to call a spade an axe and tell it like it is: the fact is, that while our political class has lost its nerve, a number of us in the media have also lost our moral compass and worryingly, our credibility. #Politics #India #Media #Congress #BJP #CriticalPoint #MediaWatch #AAP #Lok Sabha elections 2014

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Medias credibility rests on journalists, not the owners

Apr 28, 2013

Medias credibility rests on journalists, not the owners

Media owners are bound to device unorthodox options. But journalism is defined by the choices journalists make. #India #Times of India #Media Watch #Sharadha group

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Medias credibility rests on journalists, not the owners

Jul 02, 2014

George Takei: From 'Star Trek' to cultural icon

Over the past decade, actor George Takei has emerged as a cultural icon. Besides "Trekkies" who grew up watching him as the helmsman of the USS Enterprise, Takei has amassed a new group of followers thanks to his presence on social media...
Medias credibility rests on journalists, not the owners

Jun 23, 2014

How to stream media from your PC to your HDTV over WiFi

Nik keeps his PC downstairs. But he wants to watch videos stored on that PC on an HDTV that’s upstairs. What’s the simplest way to do that? There’s actually an open standard for sharing media files across a home network. It’s called the Digital Livin...
Medias credibility rests on journalists, not the owners

Jun 20, 2014

Tablets to Take You Anywhere

Acer Iconia A1-380 At only 13 ounces, the Acer Iconia’s modest weight belies its expansive capabilities. The Android Jelly Bean operating system allows you to transition smoothly from working on a spreadsheet to watching sports highlights to tapping ... #Intel #Jelly