VK Natraj from the trust delivered the welcome address and Sashi Kumar from the Asian College of Journalism introduced the awardees.
The BBC was once so credible that Indians would listen to it for correct reporting during the Emergency until its biased anti-Israel coverage exposed the rift within.
In April, the high court quashed Shah's detention under the controversial PSA by terming the allegations of the J&K administration as “mere surmise” and “vague and bald assertions."
Asian College of Journalism conducted a day-long colloquium, ‘Media and Identities, Caste, Tribe, and Gender in India’ to guide students to deepen their understanding of a caste-based society
“At the end of the day, journalism is a public good, and it attracts people who want to do service for others,” said Theo Baker, a Stanford University sophomore...
Appearing through video-conferencing, Purkayastha's lawyer argued that it is the right of an accused to get a copy of the First Information Report (FIR).
Kuwait, one of the world's biggest oil producers, has a lively political scene by the standards of the conservative region, where debate is mostly kept under tight control by its royal families.
Neerja Chowdhury on her new book on six key decisions of prime ministers and also the rough and tumble of journalism in the Capital
The audience members, jittery with anticipation and wonder, settled into their seats, awaiting a musical odyssey.