'Aditya Thackeray will be Shiv Sena's Rahul Gandhi'; Aaj Tak journalist Anjana Kashyap apologises for off-camera remark; Congress, Sena say 'focus on journalism'
Aaj Tak journalist Anjana Om Kashyap issued a clarification on her comment comparing Yuva Sena chief Aditya Thackeray to former Congress president Rahul Gandhi which got aired seemingly by mistake during a live broadcast.
Sridevi’s death has brought out the worst in Indian media, crossing the line between journalism and exploitation
Celebrity or not, there’s a way to report any person’s death and this is not the way. News channels have been using Sridevi’s death for higher TRPs.
Aroon Purie hands over reins of India Today to daughter Kallie; appoints her as group vice-chairperson
Aroon Purie, chairman of Living Media group, has stepped down from active duties at the conglomerate, appointing his daughter Kallie to handle operations.
Hindi TV news channel, News18 India took over Aaj Tak in all major HSM megacities of India, data from the Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC), a television rating agency has suggested.
Days after a video showing Madhya Pradesh minister Kusum Mehdele kicking a boy in the head while he asked her for a rupee, another video has surfaced, this time showing a man with news channel Aaj Tak's mic coaching the child what to say in front of the camera following the incident.
Union Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore has denied making certain statements regarding India's ability to neutralise enemies, Dawood Ibrahim and covert operations in a TV interview.
The India Today Group on Saturday said that the cause of the death of its reporter who was probing the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh was "not clear".
For an average Indian misogynist, Union Minister Smriti Irani becomes easy to sexualise because of her age and her past as a model and television actor.
Television channel Aaj Tak found itself in the middle of a social media backlash when a video of Aaj Tak's political editor Ashok Singhal
Given Lutyens’ Delhi’s clubby power structure one would have to be exceptionally naive to think that the big media personalities do not hobnob with the political power figures when they are off camera.
When a journalist is told by a politician that he doesn’t want to debate a particular issue as that may hurt his electoral politics, should the journalist change the topic of discussion?
The Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court today issued notice to a TV channel directing it to produce entire documents relating to the matter of Dr Zakir Hussain Memorial Trust run by Khurshid on the basis of which a PIL was filed.
The press conference marked the clash of the government vs the media, two compromised institutions with poor credibility, now brawling openly and without restraint. And it's exactly the battle that Khurshid was looking for.
Law Minister Salman Khurshid responds to allegations that he has embezzled funds from the trust for the disabled and said journalists should resign if it is proved that the charges are false.
TV Today claimed it telecast the said news "only after proper verification of the relevant facts, documents, records and reliable sources, which TVTN believes and/or has reasons to believe to be true and correct to the best of their knowledge, faith and belief."
Law Minister Salman Khurshid has threatened to initiate legal action against Arvind Kejriwal and Hindi TV channel <em>Aaj Tak</em> for alleging that an NGO headed by him siphoned off funds.