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One of the consequences of living in a digital era is that a court ruling in one part of the world may trigger a reaction elsewhere. Following the ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Uni... »
It has been a nine-year-long journey towards establishing a credible self-regulation mechanism by The Hindu. K. Narayanan, the paper’s first Readers’ Editor (RE), »
What is the role of a readers’ editor in building trust and retaining it over a period of time? The answer to this question, according to Stephen Pritchard, is to take the readers into confidence a... »
One of the biggest challenges in this digital era is how to harness the participatory agency of readers without falling prey to the aggression of trolls. I have touched upon this topic in a couple... »
Data journalism, as it evolved over the last decade, has in fact reinforced the grand old dictum of C.P. Scott: "Comment is free, but facts are sacred." »
One of the responses to my last column, “Living values” (January 26, 2015), qu... »
A small group of writers to this office claims that The Hindu has been partial in its criticism of the excesses of religious groups, and that it focuses only on the fringe elements of Hindu... »
It may sound a bit far-fetched to say that there is a relationship between a Man Booker prize-winning novel set in New Zealand and the creative environment in India. Eleanor Catton’s The Lumina... »
What is the relationship between social media and legacy media? Can legacy media render itself vulnerable to the state of cynicism that pervades social media? How do we effectively explain the imp... »
One of the defining elements of journalism is its ability to balance continuity and change. Media historian Mitchell Stephens in his book, A History of News, observed: “Humans have exchange... »
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