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The debate over an editorial, “The hangman’s justice” (November 22, 2012) is refusin... »
It was a moment of personal reckoning. As Lord Justice Leveson gave his statement at the QE-II conference centre calling for an “independent self-regulating mechanism backed by a requisite underpin... »
There is a context to Justice Markandey Katju’s demand for more powers to the Press Council of India (PCI) and to widen its ambit to include electronic media and social media. The 2009 general ele... »
I am impressed by the level of readers’ engagement with the complex issue of media regulation and encouraged by their responses. However, some readers felt that I have been dealing with the situat... »
The reach and influence of the British media is immense, and it goes well beyond the island-nation. Lord Justice Leveson’s recommendation is still a few weeks away. But, there is already a sense o... »
In 1991, David Calcutt refrained from giving any statutory powers to the Press Complaints Commission and gave self-regulation a new lease of life. But, he did turn very pessimistic within two years... »
There is an explicit desire among the innumerable erudite readers to know what constitutes a liberal media, to contest some of its presumptions, to compliment its work ethic and finally, to take t... »
In the Bangalore edition of this paper published on October 15, 2012, there was a story on sexual assault on a law student, and some of our readers were alert to notice that the report was not sens... »
Salman Rushdie’s interview last week has evoked some strong reactions. Some readers were not in agreement with his contention that there is no right not to be offended. It is pertinent here to rec... »
It is heartening to see that The Hindu readers use a fine toothcomb to spot even a minor mistake that somehow seeps into print despite having a fairly fail-proof gatekeeping system in place... »
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