Plagiarism

Not plagiarised, apparently

IN MEDIA WATCH BRIEFS |26/09/2017

 Nothing new about a Hindi film being accused of plagiarism. But sometimes directors are unwilling to let such charges pass. With 'Newton' being accused of being a rip-off of the Iranian film 'Secret Ballot' Anurag Kashyap sent the link of his film to the director of the latter, Marco Muller,..

 

Lazy bums, happy to copy off Facebook walls

BY SHUBHAM VERMA| IN COMMUNITY MEDIA |20/07/2017

A Facebook post by a Delhi writer is stolen by a plagiarist and then published by journalists too lazy to check or to find their own stories

 

Is self plagiarism OK?

IN OPINION |06/12/2012

Letter to the Hoot: Links are given to articles from a writer who regularly copies himself.

 

A ‘lift' here and a ‘lift' there

BY MONAZIR ALAM| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |28/09/2012

Hindi films have"progressed" from seeking"inspiration" to a scene-by-scene plagiarism from Hollywood hits.

 

Copyright / Plagiarism

IN PRESS LAWS GUIDE |17/09/2012

What is a copyright? What sort of content can be copyrighted

 

Curing plagiarism and other maladies

BY AJITH PILLAI| IN OPINION |16/08/2012

From"klepto-editomania" to"indexitis", journalists seem to be suffering from an entirely new range of ailments.

 

Stolen story

IN MEDIA WATCH BRIEFS |09/02/2010

The Financial Chronicle complained late last month that its scoop on a Air India-Indian Airlines demerger was ripped off point by point by the Times of India and carried as TOI’s own bylined story two days later.

 

 Plagiarism in a column? 

BY P Radhakrishnan| IN OPINION |22/10/2009 ?Is Neelabh Mishra's write-up--What Caste Is A Nobel? "in Outlook plagiarized? Or are both the article and interview cited drawing upon French Sociologist Pierre Bourdieu's concept of Cultural Capital

 

Plagiarising again 

IN MEDIA WATCH BRIEFS |02/12/2007 ?Gomantak Times is the latest Goan newspaper to plagiarise editorials. Published on November 10, its editorial  deals with global warming and has been plagiarised from an article written for RIA Novosti, a Russian news agency. Pen Pricks  reproduces it  on its blog.

 

Thai portal thrives on plagiarism

BY Nava Thakuria| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |13/03/2006

Check out Asian Tribune`s coverage of the Indian Northeast. Almost every story can be traced to one already published somewhere.

 

More plagiarism, now from Goa

IN MEDIA PRACTICE |10/12/2005

If biggies like the Times of India and Hindu have plagiarisers on their staff, the regional media is not lagging behind. HERALD, says a reader, lifts edits from others.

 

The Times of India plagiarises again

IN MEDIA PRACTICE |18/10/2005

Yet another blogger posts evidence of plagiarism by the TOI, this time in the Bombay Times.

 

Did IPS put out a plagiarised feature?

IN MEDIA PRACTICE |16/09/2005 ?"The writer has quoted me, but he has never taken the trouble of speaking to me or the other people quoted in the story above."

 

Not scintillating, but different

IN MEDIA PRACTICE |06/08/2003

The story line of Karishma, The Miracle of Destiny, is not original but what is, is the entry of the blockbuster genre on TV.

 

Codes on plagiarism from around the world

BY ninan| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |20/01/2003

 

Plagiarism in Indiatimes

IN MEDIA PRACTICE |16/04/2002

The people who have actually worked hard to put together the Dvaita FAQ are quite displeased at the Times of India`s chicanery

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