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A growing number of incidents of violence against, and restrictions on, journalists in several parts of India over the past few months has caused concern at the national and international le... »
The Open Page, a longstanding weekly feature of TheHindu, is meant to give its readers opportunities to write on a variety of subjects of their choice. It has proved extremely popular... »
The Indian media have a vital responsibility in enabling society to combat and eliminate social evils. ‘Honour killings' are a particularly barbaric social practice targeting those who... »
The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) recently announced that it would initiate steps to get the Indian Penal Code amended if any section of the code stood in the wa... »
The last column (“How The Hindu covered the 1984 Bhopal calamity”), published on June 21, 2010, has been well received. Referring to an observation made on the Three Mile... »
With a former Chairman of Union Carbide India Limited, Keshub Mahindra, and seven others convicted and sentenced to two years imprisonment by a trial court, the 26-year-old Bhopal tragedy case has... »
There is no denying that media coverage of Dalit-related incidents and issues in Tamil Nadu has improved in the last two decades. In the early years of Independence, the typical attitude to... »
The June 1 announcement by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, while releasing the Report Card for the first year of the second term of the United Progressive Alliance Government, that the Food S... »
A recent editorial in this newspaper (“Drift, dissonance, disappointment,” May 25, 2010) noted with concern that “under UPA-II, the employment guarantee programme, now know... »
In a significant intervention, the First Bench of the Madras High Court directed the National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) on May 18 “to take all possible steps to release at an early... »
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