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Media wants to cut Smriti Irani down to size
Politics

Media wants to cut Smriti Irani down to size

Smriti Irani came out of nowhere, a Modi choice without the tacit approval of the media and that is a cardinal sin. She is not a media invention.

Kenya media condemn 'draconian' parliamentary press law
World

Kenya media condemn 'draconian' parliamentary press law

Kenyan media reacted with dismay on Thursday after lawmakers approved a bill that could see journalists slapped with huge fines or jailed if found guilty of "defaming" parliament.

Hong Kong photographer to face Thai trial for carrying flak jacket, helmet
World

Hong Kong photographer to face Thai trial for carrying flak jacket, helmet

A Hong Kong photographer detained for carrying a bullet proof jacket and helmet in Thailand will face trial after pleading not guilty to a weapons possession charge on Monday.

Media talked about Yakub Memon's human rights but not his responsibilities: BJP MP Anurag Thakur
India

Media talked about Yakub Memon's human rights but not his responsibilities: BJP MP Anurag Thakur

BJP MP Anurag Thakur on Friday raised questions over the kind of play given by some sections of media to Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon, who was hanged on Thursday, and expressed concern over it.

Naveen Patnaik in the firing line: How he lost the media plot
Politics

Naveen Patnaik in the firing line: How he lost the media plot

Has Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik lost the power over media which he once had?

Govt rules out interference in media, but wants 'self mechanisms' improved
Politics

Govt rules out interference in media, but wants 'self mechanisms' improved

Committing to safeguard the freedom of press, Government today ruled out any interference in media but wanted "self mechanisms" to be improved to maintain accountability and responsibility of the fourth pillar of democracy.

Cannes Lions 2014: Watch Harvey Nichols, Volvo and all Grand Prix winners
Life

Cannes Lions 2014: Watch Harvey Nichols, Volvo and all Grand Prix winners

Cannes Lions 2014 has just drawn to a close, with path-breaking work from around the world getting its due. The best work in each category went on to win the Grand Prixes.

Cannes Lions 2014: Catching up with the gold winners from India
Life

Cannes Lions 2014: Catching up with the gold winners from India

So far, India has struck five golds for three campaigns. As of this moment, with 34 points, Ogilvy India is leading the points tally amongst Indian agencies. McCann Worldgroup India is close on its heels with 32 points.

Day 3 at Cannes Lions 2014: Watch Volvo, Harvey Nichols & other Grand Prix winners
Life

Day 3 at Cannes Lions 2014: Watch Volvo, Harvey Nichols & other Grand Prix winners

Cannes Lions 2014 is in its third day, but no Grand Prix has come India’s way, yet. The winners across Product Design, Cyber, Press, Radio and Design were announced today, and here’s a look at all the winning entries.

India to roar at Cannes Lions 2014: 35 entries shortlisted for awards
Life

India to roar at Cannes Lions 2014: 35 entries shortlisted for awards

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity’s 2014 edition has just released the shortlists for four more categories - Media, Mobile, Outdoor and Press Lions. India has 35 shortlists combined across all four of these categories.

Govt shouldn't control or run media: Prakash Javadekar
Politics

Govt shouldn't control or run media: Prakash Javadekar

Addressing members of Indian Women Press Corps (IWPC), Javadekar today said that the media should have its own mechanisms so that government never needs to exercise control.

World Press Freedom Day: Why we also need restrictions
India

World Press Freedom Day: Why we also need restrictions

Right to free speech and expression is a fundamental right that must be protected. But it can’t be an unfettered right --- it not an absolute right anywhere in the world.

Newspapers fail to hit stands for third day in Itanagar
India

Newspapers fail to hit stands for third day in Itanagar

Publication of all newspapers remained suspended here for the third day today in protest against the authority's alleged anti-media ruling and over the fear of confrontation with the Students' Union Movement of Arunachal

Media boycotts press conference of Delhi's new health minister
Politics

Media boycotts press conference of Delhi's new health minister

Upset at not being allowed entry to the Delhi secretariat, journalists Monday boycotted the press conference of the national capital's new Health Minister Satyendra Jain, who was to brief them on health issues before the fledgling AAP government.