People  /  Published 27.12.20

Son of Salt Tales

I’d love to rise from the grave every 10 years or so,” the master filmmaker, Luis Bunuel, is believed to have said once, “and go and buy a few newspapers.” Had Bunuel lived in...
By Uddalak Mukherjee in

India  /  Published 18.10.20

Vardhan: Kerala was negligent

Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said Kerala, which was witnessing a spike in coronavirus infections recently, was paying the "price for gross negligence" during Onam festivities when unl...
By Our Bureau and Agencies in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 10.12.19

The road to nowhere

If you flip through the pages of the local dailies in the Kashmir Valley, their pro-government tilt would stare you in the face. Press releases from the state’s information and public relations depa...
By Riyaz Wani in

World  /  Published 19.10.19

Museum dedicated to newspapers closes its doors

A mile along Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House stands a giant monument to the US Constitution’s defence of freedom of speech and the press.The stone tablet several storeys high bearing the wo...
By New York Times News Service/David Charter in Washington

India  /  Published 21.04.20

Bombay High Court query on newspapers

The Aurangabad bench of Bombay High Court has questioned the Maharashtra government’s decision to ban door-to-door distribution of newspapers while allowing people to step out and buy them from stre...
By PTI in Mumbai


Business  /  Published 29.03.20

Coronavirus lockdown: Freer movement of goods

India has allowed the movement of all goods across the country, modifying its previous order that permitted the transportation of only essential items during the 21-day lockdown period.A more exhausti...
By in Calcutta

Opinion  /  Published 18.03.19

The law as a weapon of intimidation

Now that the Supreme Court has stayed the conviction and contempt proceedings against the editor of Shillong Times, Patricia Mukhim, and its publisher, Shobha Chaudhuri, those concerned about freedom ...
By The Editorial Board in

India  /  Published 11.03.19

Criminal record? Advertise thrice

Election candidates with a criminal record will have to advertise it on television and in newspapers at least thrice during the campaign period, according to a rule introduced last year that will be u...
By PTI in New Delhi

India  /  Published 10.03.19

Kashmir dailies carry blank front pages to protest denial of state ads

Most of the leading dailies in the Kashmir valley printed a blank front page on Sunday as a mark of protest against the 'unexplained denial' of advertisements to two newspapers by the Jammu and Kashmi...
By PTI in Srinagar

Opinion  /  Published 14.03.19

What it takes for voters to get at the truth

The parliamentary elections have been announced — the festival of democracy, as Narendra Modi has quipped. This celebration presupposes the power of the ordinary citizen to bring a sitting governmen...
By Anup Sinha in


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