Home to some of the most progressive content on Indian media, online streaming platforms are now facing an existential crisis: censorship. Considering that the platform's biggest USP is its freedom of expression, will it survive? [...]
"Present students are the future journalists. As a part of long-term strategy, the engagement with schools of journalism should be increased." If the contents of the GoM (group of ministers) Report on Government Communication are to be believed, we might very well be looking at the beginning of the end of independent journalism in India, in the 'long term'. [...]
By: Ronnan Da Cunha
The Goa Tamnar power project is proposed to pass through 30 villages, nine rivers and multiple smaller settlement areas across the state. [...]
How does a failed attempt at stripping a 12-year-old girl not qualify as "sexual assault"?
By: Sashwata Saha
Short answer: yes, it does and we, both working and aspiring journalists should be worried about it. [...]
But most importantly -- will he? After all his time as the Vice saw the Obama administration cheering the Big Tech on. [...]
As Subhas Bose turns 125, we take a moment to introspect what is it about the man's legacy that befuddles politicians around the country. Today is actually his 124th birth anniversary, being born in 1897. But why then is the country celebrating it as the 125th?
As Andy Williams said, "It's the most beautiful time of the year," and, it indeed is. However, this year, because of the coronavirus pandemic, Christmas celebrations have taken a different route. [...]
Even as tourism - its primary economy - has suffered in the state, hosting a music festival of this calibre risks Goa becoming a Covid hotspot. [...]
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