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Republic TV's editor Arnab Goswami and wife allegedly attacked on way home in Mumbai; police arrests two in connection
India

Republic TV's editor Arnab Goswami and wife allegedly attacked on way home in Mumbai; police arrests two in connection

Two persons were arrested on Thursday morning for allegedly attacking Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami and his wife Samyabrata Ray in Mumbai.

Editors Guild condemns AG KK Venugopal's 'threats' of action against The Hindu, urges govt not to curb media freedom
India

Editors Guild condemns AG KK Venugopal's 'threats' of action against The Hindu, urges govt not to curb media freedom

The Editors Guild said it was perturbed over such threats and that these would intimidate the media in general and curb its freedom to report and comment on the Rafale deal in particular.

Shujaat Bukhari killed: Tributes pour in for Rising Kashmir editor: 'Gentle in demeanour, a bridge between hostile groups'
India

Shujaat Bukhari killed: Tributes pour in for Rising Kashmir editor: 'Gentle in demeanour, a bridge between hostile groups'

Friends and colleagues whose paths crossed with Bukhari's remember him as "anything but polite" and a "formidable reporter". Historian Ramachandra Guha describes Bukhari as "gentle in demeanour, a bridge between hostile groups" hours before Bukhari was confirmed dead.

Shekhar Gupta's ThePrint raises funding from Ratan Tata, Narayana Murthy, others
Business

Shekhar Gupta's ThePrint raises funding from Ratan Tata, Narayana Murthy, others

Printline Media Pvt Ltd, a venture founded by Gupta, said it has concluded first round of funding with "a stellar list of investors."

Arnab Goswami's resignation: Is his exit a sign of true change or churn in the Indian media?
India

Arnab Goswami's resignation: Is his exit a sign of true change or churn in the Indian media?

As his stint with Times Now has shown, Arnab Goswami has assiduously cultivated his audience with an eye on the box office.

Out of town Kejriwal turns Twitter gladiator and L-G tours US as chikungunya, dengue rule Delhi
Politics

Out of town Kejriwal turns Twitter gladiator and L-G tours US as chikungunya, dengue rule Delhi

When dengue, chikungunya and malaria are keeping people in Delhi on their nerves, the Chief Minister was engaged in a bitter twitter war and name calling with two media editors — Shekhar Gupta and Rahul Kanwal.

Chikungunya in Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal in Punjab: So what’s the big deal, you Modi dalals?
Politics

Chikungunya in Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal in Punjab: So what’s the big deal, you Modi dalals?

The manner and vehemence of the personal attack, without substance and without any factual basis, may have stunned even those who are now quite used to his Kejriwal’s over-the-top responses to critics.

The media free-for-all: Why studio pundits were foxed by numbers on Bihar election counting day
Politics

The media free-for-all: Why studio pundits were foxed by numbers on Bihar election counting day

Instant punditry has its pitfalls. It makes people forget that patience has many uses, the most important being it spares you from looking stupid.

'Lots of sizzle, where's the steak?' Here's PM Modi's six-month report card
Politics

'Lots of sizzle, where's the steak?' Here's PM Modi's six-month report card

What if someone told you 'Can Modi reboot the superpower dream' is the day's prime time debate on a news channel on TV?

Shekhar Gupta quits as India Today Group editor-in-chief
India

Shekhar Gupta quits as India Today Group editor-in-chief

Aroon Purie has resumed his responsibilities as the editor-in-chief again after Gupta put in his papers.

Shekhar Gupta now the Vice Chairman of India Today Group
Life

Shekhar Gupta now the Vice Chairman of India Today Group

It's official. Former editor-in-chief of The Indian Express Shekhar Gupta has joined the India Today Group as vice chairman and editor-in-chief of all its editorial properties.

Munde's death: BJP workers protest against Shobhaa De's disputed tweet
Mumbai

Munde's death: BJP workers protest against Shobhaa De's disputed tweet

Leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), the youth wing of BJP, shouted slogans against columnist Shobhaa De over her controversial tweet.

Full Text: Shekhar Gupta resigns from The Indian Express
India

Full Text: Shekhar Gupta resigns from The Indian Express

Editor-in-chief of the India Express Shekhar Gupta resigned from his post today. In his resignation letter Gupta thanked his colleagues and signed off with a couple of lines by Gulzar.

Muslims feel targeted for 9/11, says the Aga Khan
World

Muslims feel targeted for 9/11, says the Aga Khan

On NDTV's Walk The Talk show, the spiritual leader of the Ismaili community says too many conflicts that have a faith dimention are rooted in politics.

VK Singh confirms 'secret fund', but for 'social work' in J&K
India

VK Singh confirms 'secret fund', but for 'social work' in J&K

Former Army chief General VK Singh refuted claims made by a report on The Indian Express that he was the brain behind a unit within the Army which had tried toppling the Jammu and Kashmir government using secret funds. In an interview with Rajdeep Sardesai on CNN IBN, he suggested that a 'coup story' like the one on IE is politically motivated and the facts furnished by the paper are highly questionable.

Muzaffarnagar riots: Akhilesh turned out to be a damp squib
Politics

Muzaffarnagar riots: Akhilesh turned out to be a damp squib

He was the fresh young face of the much-tainted Samajwadi Party. But in just over a year, Akhilesh Yadav has proven ineffective and disappointed his well-wishers.

Why Tharoor’s defence of UPA-nomics is more a self-goal
India

Why Tharoor’s defence of UPA-nomics is more a self-goal

Shashi Tharoor's defence of UPA's performance has failed to reverse the perception that UPA is failing, and failing badly

'Media has lost the right to self-regulate'
India

'Media has lost the right to self-regulate'

Is the Zee-Jindal scandal an indication of the problems of the Indian media and is it time to take more stringent measures to cure it?

Indian Express asks for the mother of all embarrassments
India

Indian Express asks for the mother of all embarrassments

The Indian Express group has sent a legal notice to Manu Joseph, Editor, Open magazine, and Vinod Mehta, former Editor of Outlook, and others threatening to sue them for a total of Rs 500 crore for the latter's remarks on the IE Army movement story.

I don't like big stars much: Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Entertainment

I don't like big stars much: Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Vidhu Vinod Chopra, one of the most remarkable directors of Indian cinema opens up about his past, says that he is not afraid of scrutiny and neither is he scared of making movies with lesser known stars.