On the eve of India's Independence Day, The Wall Street Journal published an article that created a massive stir in the Indian political environment. Curated by Newley Purnell and Jeff Horwitz, the article highlighted how Facebook flouted its own rules which were colliding with the Indian Politics. This expose brought severe criticism to Facebook India … Continue reading Hate Speech And Social Media
Journalism Vs Jingoism . . .
Media is regarded as the fourth estate in democracy. It has roles and responsibilities no way less than politicians and other democratic institutions. A democratic state such as INDIA which has its foundation on very basic principles of freedom of speech, therefore free, fair, and fearless media becomes a very essential need. It is expected … Continue reading Journalism Vs Jingoism . . .
MEDIA IN WARTIMEs
Ever since the media reporting came into being, it has always been the second reality of occurrences. In India, from the print media incepting in the late eighteenth century to covering first television war of India, The Kargil war, 1999 to witnessing numerous media versions in 2020, media has become a substantial part in the … Continue reading MEDIA IN WARTIMEs