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70 journalists died while on the job in 2013
World

70 journalists died while on the job in 2013

At least 70 journalists were killed on the job around the world in 2013, including 29 who died covering the civil war in Syria and 10 slain in Iraq, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.

Manish Tewari's Bill against 'paid news' is a waste of time
India

Manish Tewari's Bill against 'paid news' is a waste of time

The I&B Ministry's Bill to deal with "paid news" is seemingly well-intentioned, but it is not going to achieve anything. It could even become a tool to harass publications that don't toe the line

Cannes Lions update: Big wins for India
Brands

Cannes Lions update: Big wins for India

Indian agencies won 23 metals at Cannes, including 6 golds.

Feedly working on its own cloud even as Google Reader dies in three weeks
News & Analysis

Feedly working on its own cloud even as Google Reader dies in three weeks

It looks like Google’s loss is Feedly’s gain. The news aggregator has come to its own with just weeks to spare before Google’s Reader

Reeder, Newsify to support Feedly integration before July 1
News & Analysis

Reeder, Newsify to support Feedly integration before July 1

We are slowly nearing the end date of our beloved Google Reader service (July 1, for those who don't know), and ever since the news made out, its loyal

Katju sends notice to Chavan over press freedom
Politics

Katju sends notice to Chavan over press freedom

Katju has threatened to recommend the dismissal of the state government to the President.

The backstory of the Times Now case: A lesson in media hubris
Breaking Views

The backstory of the Times Now case: A lesson in media hubris

Recent revelations on the Rs 100-crore defamation lawsuit make clear that this grievous wound was largely self-inflicted. And the consequences of this case are grim not just for Times Now, but also our democracy.