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MJ Akbar and the law of himpathy: Why men are hired, rehired and rehabilitated where no one needs them
MJ Akbar resigned from his post on 17 October. On 28 November he had a byline in a newspaper that all of Delhi reads. Would that other people’s careers looked a hundredth as good as his ‘exile’.
#MeToo in India: Prashant Jha to have no managerial role at HT; Sukumar Ranganathan says daily 'will assess all claims stringently'
Prashant Jha’s conduct was called to question after lawyer Avantika Mehta, who met Jha through work, accused him of sending her inappropriate messages on Whatsapp.
Representational images: A look at the 'best' pictures of this sort that Indian publications use and reuse
As believers in an intelligent media, we have gone through a bajillion stories to find the very peaks of editorial intelligence in Indian media.
Gujarat Assembly Election Results: Major English dailies note BJP victory, but see verdict as morale boost for Congress
The Assembly elections was the subject of much media speculation but the big dailies had to wait till Tuesday to have their say on the results.
HTLS 2017 CNN-News18 Exclusive: Narendra Modi addresses host of issues including demonetisation, GST
Narendra Modi addressed a host of issues from demonetisation, GST, development schemes at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit in New Delhi
Hindustan Times' editor-in-chief Bobby Ghosh has resigned from his post, within 14 months after joining the organisation
News outlets lapped up the news of the Supreme Court convicting AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala in the disproportionate assets case on Tuesday, giving it the coverage it deserved
Hindustan Times recently shut down a few of its branch offices and fired a large number of its employees. According to a press release, the combined layoffs in Hindustan Times and Anand Bazaar Patrika (ABP) group of publications in the past few weeks amount to over 1000.
A scuffle broke out between security personnel at Bombay House and photographers trying to click pictures of ousted Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry, injuring one of them, ahead of the board meeting of Tata group firm Indian Hotels Company Ltd here today.
Post the surgical strikes against Pakistan across the Line of Control (LoC), there is one similar theme running across the editorials published in newspapers on Friday — that of silent jubilation, if not effusive.
OnePlus 3 launch event is just half a day away as the anticipation for the latest flagship from OnePlus builds up heading to the launch.
The newspaper is also examining whether Kohli had violated any law applicable in that country and could consider the option of legal action against the star cricketer.
Why are marketers, who fund the publications, putting up with readership and circulation data which is dated and unreliable?
YouTube shows that the video has received just 8177 hits for the Hindi version and another 283 hits for the English version. How Hindustan Times or the BJP arrived at a number like 25000 is questionable, unless of course they 'unintentionally' added an extra zero.
Aamir Khan is upset after the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) recently used his photo in a promotional poster for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
Vishwaroopam is a milestone — and the press, if they want to preserve their freedom of speech and expression, must see it as that.