Donald Trump, Indian news channels and Bollywood: Notes on watching people say obnoxious things loudly
The job of the American president is not to entertain the world; he is not meant to be a clown. Similarly, and at a far smaller level of impact, it is not the job of TV news channels to keep viewers engrossed in the drama of what are essentially reality TV shows.
Bollywood strikes back: With theatres reopening, Hindi film industry needs its audience more than ever before
Top Bollywood producers have united to sue Republic TV and Times Now for 'defamatory' coverage. With theatres reopening after seven months of shutdown, it is imperative that Bollywood clean its name.
Today, questions have arisen about the increasingly unsavoury aspects of the film industry and in particular, Bollywood. Some are pleased that the feet of clay are revealed whilst others piqued that the Film Industry is treated as a soft target, a means of distraction from broader issues. Let's understand more intricately why Cinema related issues have become increasingly polemical.
Haryana Assembly election 2019: BJP, Congress not to get full majority, JJP slated to win 6-10 seats, predicts India Today exit poll
BJP and Congress are in a neck-to-neck fight in Haryana Assembly elections, an exit poll said on Tuesday with the ruling party slightly ahead of its main rival
Attack on journalist Herman Gomes: Mumbai Press Club condemns incident, chief minister's office assures action
Times Now journalist Herman Gomes was returning home along with a friend in a taxi late on Saturday night when he was attacked by a group of miscreants.
Shehla Rashid accuses Nitin Gadkari, RSS of plotting Narendra Modi's assassination; transport minister threatens to sue
Nitin Gadkari has threatened to take legal action against JNU student rights activist Shehla Rashid after she accused the Union minister for road transport and highways of planning to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Karnataka polls: VMR opinion poll predicts close contest between BJP, Congress; JD(S) likely to emerge kingmaker
The Karnataka polls will result in close competition between the BJP and the Congress, with no party enjoying absolute majority, an opinion poll predicted
Karnataka Assembly Election: EC says poll date leak was 'mere speculation,' but revelations were avoidable
The Election Commission on Friday announced that the Karnataka poll date leak wasn't a leak and it was "mere speculation."
Karnataka election date leak row: Got poll schedule from sources but it's not leak, Times Now tells EC
The Times Now channel on Wednesday told the Election Commission (EC) that it got the Karnataka Assembly poll date from "informed sources", but argued that it could not be called a "leak".
Full text of BJP IT cell chief Amit Malviya's letter to EC: Never intended to infringe upon constitutional mandate of poll panel
BJP's IT cell chief Amit Malviya tweeted the date of the Karnataka Assembly polls before the Election Commission announced it, prompting the panel to describe the leak as a "very serious issue" that merited a probe and "stringent action"
On India's prime time TV debates, women are heavily under-represented; Republic TV and Times Now worst culprits
Over four times more men than women appeared as panellists during the sample period, indicating the under-representation of women’s views in the broadcast media.
Jignesh Mevani had no right to seek a journalist’s expulsion: Such a trend would mean death of media freedom
It is deeply disappointing to note the manner in which Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani stifled the media through tactics that he professes to stand against.
The Times Now Twitter made a major gaffe when they tweeted about the demise of Congress leader Shashi Tharoor instead of veteran actor Shashi Kapoor
Talwars, Shashi Tharoor are all victims of trial by media: News channels give fourth estate a bad name
Pressure is building on seeking financial restitution from the media as a direct fallout of this mad hurtle to hurt for TRPs and eyeballs and footfalls that have compelled us to drop the basic tenets of journalism
Aarushi Talwar murder: How one TV channel tried the case, held parents guilty, and switched stance to suit its owners' needs
On Thursday, after the Allahabad High Court pronounced its verdict, for instance, Times Now's coverage appeared decidedly toned down and measured
Indian media's Anglo-Hindi inclination is leading to politico-cultural alienation of the poor, rooted
The Indian Union does not even have any national language irrespective of the long-standing false propaganda of Hindi chauvinists.
Cattle slaughter restrictions: Branded 'enemy' for refusing Centre's order, Kerala counter-attacks on social media
This is not the first time that Kerala as a state has come under attack on an issue related to animal rights.
Shashi Tharoor defamation case against Arnab Goswami: Delhi HC issues notice, tells journalist to bring down rhetoric
In a blow to managing director of Republic TV Arnab Goswami, Delhi High Court has issued a notice to the former editor-in-chief of Times Now on Congress leader Shashi Tharoor's defamation plea
Arnab Goswami's Republic TV is losing the battle of babble; why not try something completely different?
How ironic would it be if the Arnab Goswami brand fell over the cliff and crashed at this very moment, when it is in danger of being eclipsed by the clones it spawned?
Round one of the Times Now vs Republic battle has gone to the fledgling upcomer. Republic TV, which was launched with much fanfare by former Times Now editor Arnab Goswami, has topped the English news channel rankings in its first week