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The Central government revealed, in an affidavit filed before the Supreme Court on January 18, that 44 educational institutions in the country had failed to meet the standards and norms set... »
That timely, sustained, proactive media intervention can do wonders in crisis management has once again been brought to the fore. Both the print and broadcast media played a very positive an... »
For journalists in South Asian countries, particularly the conflict-ridden, terror-prone areas of Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, 2009 was one more year of murderous attacks by state a... »
What significantly differentiates the S.P.S. Rathore case from comparable atrocities of the past is the progressive and healthy shift it has caused in the attitude of the mainstream news med... »
It is heartening that last week’s column, “An act with teeth, but of no use in protecting the weak,” on the law against atrocities on Dalits has received a good response fr... »
One reason the police and revenue officials assign for the ever-rising incidence of violence against Dalits and tribal folk is the ‘inadequacy’ of existing laws against atrocitie... »
Half a century ago, on December 19, 1952, to be precise, Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru announced the formation of a new State of Andhra. It was separated from an unwieldy and composite Mad... »
Some recent incidents and statements have revived the decades-old language debate. Both the print and the broadcast media have featured discussions on the status of the official language as... »
THE physical attack on a legislator by members of a rival party in the Maharashtra Assembly on November 9 and the series of incidents that followed highlight the growing intolerance... »
Professor M.S. Swaminathan's outspoken advocacy of the need for a second Green Revolution to put Indian agriculture back on track with spirited support from the media, which was dealt with i... »
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