Opinion  /  Published 30.06.22

Emerging patterns

Working in the media has not been easy for many journalists around the world in recent years. There are many reasons for this — from political polarisation to online trolling, from some media ou...
By Mehmal Sarfraz

Opinion  /  Published 17.06.22

Watergate@50: hope in the pursuit of truth

Katherine Graham’s moment of reckoning had, however, occurred about a year earlier to Watergate, when she was faced with the decision on whether to publish the Pentagon Papers, a 47-volume, 7,00...
By Shantanu Datta

Culture  /  Published 11.05.22

Looking back at rich history of Pulitzer

To boost circulation, a newspaper publisher stooped to sensationalistic, partly fabricated news and invented the yellow press. Both he and his arch-rival William Randolph Hearst stoked public hostilit...
By Deutsche Welle

Culture  /  Published 08.05.22

Our tongue from a newspaper spoke

No. 2 Colootola Street is in the heart of a bustling marketplace in central Calcutta, not very far from lower Chitpore. A shop that sells colourful plastic sheets is a far cry from...
By Prasun Chaudhuri

Opinion  /  Published 16.04.22

The Labour Party and Rishi Sunak

Footnote One is always supportive of young love but when it comes to big, fat, vulgar weddings, Indians are being challenged by the Beckham- Peltz extravaganza in Florida. David and Victoria Beckham&...
By Amit Roy


Opinion  /  Published 16.04.22

Mischief on screen

Do people watch television content that matches their belief systems or does the programming shape their views? Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley and Yale have concluded that what ...
By The Editorial Board

Books  /  Published 08.04.22

The door to glorious chaos

Book: Chasing History: A Kid in the Newsroom Author: Carl Bernstein Publisher: Henry Holt Price: $29.99 Carl Bernstein achieved journalistic immortality, if there is such a thing, when he investig...
By Uddalak Mukherjee

News  /  Published 30.03.22

The ability to authenticate information should be a life skill: Pratik Sinha

Fact-checker cannot be adjudicator Do we need punitive measures against people who spread misinformation or disinformation regularly? I am deeply conflicted about this issue. My personal opinion is ...
By Rohan Datta

News  /  Published 23.03.22

Students walk through Kidderpore to learn about its history & culture

The group visited K. Ali Bakery (German breads and Bakarkhani) on Mominpur Road. Bakarkhani, a kind of bread, is sold only for two hours in the morning. German bread is sold in the evening. On the it...
By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Kidderpore

News  /  Published 21.03.22

JSJC partners with 20 international universities to offer study abroad opportunities

Jindal School of Journalism and Communication (JSJC) has collaborated with institutions in Australia, United Kingdom, United States of America, Peru and Malaysia ...
By Our Correspondent


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