Regional Media

Silenced or cut short?

IN Media Watch Briefs | 2018-09-05

Former diplomat KC Singh tweeted on Aug 28 that he was "an independent voice silenced" after a change of editors at The Tribune. "Instead of freedom to write on fixed days on subjects I chose they now invite pieces." He added, "Welcome to Modi’s New India!" That got hundreds of retweets and likes.  The..


Mathrubhumi journos drown

IN Media Watch Briefs | 2018-08-01

Two journalists of Mathrubhumi, KK Saji and Bibin Babu, died when their boat capsized in Kariyar river in Kerala. According to reports, a four member team of journalists had gone to report the plight of monsoon-affected people staying in a relief camp, when their boat capsized. Local residents rescued Mathrubhumi News Kottayam..


 

A media recession in Goa??

BY A correspondent|IN REGIONAL MEDIA|24/06/2018 ?

Partly because mining profits are drying up and partly for other reasons, publications are shedding staff and closing down in the state.

 

‘Rising Kashmir’ faces a leadership void

BY MOAZUM MOHAMMAD|IN MEDIA FREEDOM|21/06/2018

…Even as journalists in Srinagar face fear and uncertainty, and no credible clues emerge to Shujaat Bukhari’s assassination.

 

 TV9 defends its coverage

BY HASEENA SHAIK| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |14/04/2018

TV9 Telugu does not need to be taught lessons on women’s rights, ethics or the right to privacy. We know what we are doing.

 

Character assassination by Telugu media and its fallout

BY PADMAJA SHAW| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |03/04/2018

In pursuit of scandal, a Telangana channel invades the privacy of upright police officers who are then removed from crucial cases. Did the channel also serve a political agenda in the process,

 

Sridevi: plumbing new depths

BY PADMAJA SHAW| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |01/03/2018

With reporters lying in bath tubs to report on Sridevi, is news TV dead? If so, can someone order an ‘autospy’ please?

 

Setting the agenda for the Telangana elections

BY PADMAJA SHAW| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |02/01/2018

The media’s coverage of a dalit protest reveals how it played into the BJP game, promoting its agenda by repeating its claims and slogans,

 

Andhra Pradesh: no space left for independent media?

BY SURESH KUMAR ALAPATI| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |16/09/2017

With large swathes of the Andhra Pradesh media either owned by political parties or lined up behind them, unbiased news is a rarity.

 

Will not mess with Fastway

IN MEDIA WATCH BRIEFS |07/07/2017

Contrary to the stand taken by cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Sidhu, who is now a minister in Capt Amarinder Singh's government, the CM has said he would not like to go on a "witch hunt" against Fastway cable company which had been monopolising the cable TV network in the state with the blessings of..

 

Congress’s Sidhu moves against Punjab’s Fastway Cable

BY VIPIN PUBBY| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |29/06/2017

The powerful cable TV empire that Sukhbir Badal was thought to have influence over, is now under attack from Congress and AAP MLAs.

 

Naga papers: lots of comment, little reporting

BY VIKAS KUMAR| IN MEDIA MONITORING |14/06/2017

Covering Nagaland’s anti-women’s reservation agitation - Part II. Local coverage lacked in investigation and ground interviews.

 

Mangalam TV, the Minister, and media ethics

BY RAJEESH KUMAR| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |28/03/2017

The debate was initiated by the media itself as many leading media professionals came out publicly to say that this broadcast by Mangalam TV was a criminal act.

 

Good strike rate for AAP’s journalists in Punjab

BY VIPIN PUBBY| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |13/03/2017

With three journalists in the opposition AAP legislature party, those on duty from their former profession hopefully will not run short of copy.

 

Sukhbir Badal’s media card in Punjab

BY VIPIN PUBBY| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |18/01/2017

What could be a crucial asset in the polls is the control over cable networks in the state which SAD is believed to have,

 

Encountering sexism and casteism at work

BY PUSHPA ACHANTA| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |12/01/2017

The regional media allow discrimination against women and dalits to flourish, a Network of Women in Media conference was told recently.

 

Stories from the fastnesses of Odisha

BY SARADA LAHANGIR| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |01/11/2016

Through her series for Kalinga TV, Sarada Lahangir has laid bare the sufferings of the poorest families - and won the Ramnath Goenka award.

 

Naidu govt‘s ban on Sakshi TV?

BY SURESH KUMAR ALAPATI| IN REGIONAL MEDIA|15/06/2016 ?

As the AP and Telangana governments try to muzzle the media, the latter, playing its own games, has either bent or crawled.

 

Extolling drugs and liquor

BY BHARAT DOGRA| IN OPINION |10/06/2016

While the debate over Udta Punjab rumbles on, what about the Punjabi songs that glorify drugs and alcohol in popular culture?

 

Hitting the wrong note in Assam

BY ANURAAG BARUAH| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |04/06/2016

The media got the story of the Muslim boy who topped the Class 10 exam wrong. His religion was irrelevant.

 

Naidu govt‘s ban on Sakshi TV?

BY SURESH KUMAR ALAPATI| IN REGIONAL MEDIA|15/06/2016 ?

As the AP and Telangana governments try to muzzle the media, the latter, playing its own games, has either bent or crawled.

 

Journalist murders in regional media

BY GEETA SESHU| IN MEDIA FREEDOM |20/05/2016

When stringers are attacked or killed, the struggle for justice begins with determining whether they are journalists at all.

 

When Kannada papers outdid the English press

BY HEMALATHA L| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |29/01/2016

The Republic Day release of convicts in Karnataka got better and a more humane coverage in the Kannada press rather than the English press.

 

‘But aren’t you going to pay?

BY HOOT DESK| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |21/09/2015

Reporters asked questions, took exclusive bites and even exchanged numbers during the event. But it became clear after the press meet that local reporters of the Telugu print media and TV channels wanted cash for their pains

 

Regulatory anarchy?

BY Padmaja Shaw| IN LAW AND POLICY|23/09/2014 ?

The question to ask is, would we want the CM to ban and unban channels at will? By which constitutional or legal authority is the CM of a state being bestowed such powers, 

 

"Bodos kill 65 in Assam"

BY Anuraag Baruah| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |27/12/2014

This headline in the Assam Tribune was a reflection of the state of English journalism in Assam -- mindless and communal

 

Watch Telugu channels in English

BY R.Jagadeeswara Rao| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |24/11/2014

Has it become fashionable for Telugu channels to use English even when it is not necessary? Or is it that those in charge have a poor knowledge of Telugu?

 

Regulatory anarchy?

BY Padmaja Shaw| IN LAW AND POLICY|23/09/2014 ?

The question to ask is, would we want the CM to ban and unban channels at will? By which constitutional or legal authority is the CM of a state being bestowed such powers, 

 

Goa hacks sound the alarm

BY Frederick Noronha| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |05/08/2014

Goa journalists use an awards function to decry falling standards and opportunism. These trends need to be discussed,

 

A chariot race for TRPs

BY RAKHI GHOSH| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |03/07/2014

When the Jagannath Yatra is on, almost nothing else figures on Odisha's main channels.

 

When media threatens democracy

BY Padmaja Shaw| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |20/06/2014

Dominant media in Andhra Pradesh, with close links to the Telugu Desam Party, has for years showed contempt for all things Telangana.

 

Abusive media vs angry legislature

BY Madabhushi Sridhar| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |19/06/2014

Telugu channel TV9's sarcastic and scathing coverage of events in the new Telangana legislature has set the stage for a legal confrontation.

 

Respect Telangana, or go off the air

BY JAGDEESWARA RAO| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |18/06/2014

Early days yet, but already two Seemandhra TV channels have been blockaded for hurting the sentiments of Telangana's legislators and, apparently, its cable operators.

 

Odisha's TV landscape hots up

BY RAKHI GHOSH| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |22/03/2014

As the general elections draw near, new channels enter Odisha's mediascape, and unlike the past, hope to stay

 

Regional national media dynamics

BY MAYA RANGANATHAN| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |24/02/2014

In the age of coalition national governments it is important to understand the role of regional media in constructing popular sentiments on ethnic issues

 

Media and the demand for statehood 

BY sevanti ninan| IN OPINION |20/02/2014

While much was justifiably made of the blackout, the real significance of the media in the formation of Telangana has been as a major and controversial player.

 

Dark days for media in UP

BY Geeta Seshu| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |05/09/2013

Four deaths and two attacks of journalists in 45 days! Yet, there is no action, no investigation, no arrests and impunity wins again,

 

Andhra panchayat polls coverage 'confusing'

BY R.Jagadeeswara Rao| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |25/07/2013

Results ofirst phase of panchayat elections held in Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday, as reported in various newspapers, have left the reader and viewer confused and amused.

 

Kerala's have-to-oblige news

BY MUHAMMED SABITH| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |08/07/2013

There are more ways of managing news than paid news. Kerala recently showed the way.

 

Where journalists carry guns

BY ABHIJIT DEB| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |22/06/2013

Almost a year after the attack no arrests in the case of Tongam Rina.

 

TV politics in Tamil Nadu

BY MAYA RANGANATHAN| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/09/2012

More is read into the recent face-off between Puthiya Thalaimurai and Sumangali Cable Vision in Tamil Nadu, as the former is emerging as a channel to reckon with,

 

The Deccan Chronicle saga turns murkier

BY Special Correspondent| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |05/08/2012

Will Deccan Chronicle survive the acute financial crisis and the criminal cases staring in the face of its promoters?

 

 

CBI official in media cross-fire

BY Madabhushi Sridhar Acharyulu| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |24/06/2012

In Andhra Pradesh the CBI is under the scanner for alleged selective leaking to anti-Jagan media houses.

 

Herd broadcasting

BY R.Jagadeeswara Rao| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |30/05/2012

The issue of Mr.Jagan Mohan Reddy's arrest is definitely important. But there were other equally important issues that affected people.

 

Perfectly provincial

BY LALRAMLIANA VARTE| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |26/05/2012

The front-page tapestry of Mizoram dailies is so overwhelmingly regional that national news does not find place in it unless it is remarkably significant.

 

The Sakshi storm in Andhra Pradesh

BY Padmaja Shaw| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |11/05/2012

Accounts frozen, advertising suspended, the future of Sakshi is at risk as CBI investigations affect its multi-edition operations.

 

Mamata's mantra: divide and rule

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/04/2012

The West Bengal Chief Minister has made it clear that any public voice of dissent would be curbed by whatever means required.

 

Politicians and press in Bihar

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |29/02/2012

What upsets the Nitish government most is the Press Council of India chief, Markandey Katju's remarks that there was no Press censorship during the Lalu regime.

 

Another trust scam exposed

BY Prabhakar Kulkarni| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |26/12/2011

Marathi daily Loksatta has revealed the likely link between a huge donation received by a Minister's trust and the governmental sanctions accorded to the donor.

 

Jagan gets pricey, blames it on yellow brigade

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |20/12/2011

In Andhra Pradesh, where political battles are fought through"friendly" media, even an increase in the price of a paper can lead to a war of words.

 

Action demanded in Goa paid news case

BY Mir Ubaid| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |30/10/2011

Entrapped by a sting operation earlier this month, the Herald and its editor are protesting their innocence. The local journalist who conducted the sting has complained to the Press Council, and the Goa Union of journalists is calling for action against…

 

Arasu heats up the media control war in TN

BY Sanjay Bharthur| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |24/09/2011

As Jayalalitha moves to re-launch Arasu, the government controlled cable network to counter the control of the Karunanidhi family on broadcasting, some issues regarding licensing remain unresolved.

 

The unmaking of a CM in waiting

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |29/08/2011

The relentless and thorough investigations launched by Eenadu and Andhra Jyoti into the corrupt regimes of YSR and the laundering of money by his son Jagan, despite their attempts to gag the media houses, is worth lauding.

 

Lokmat forces inquiry into sex scandal

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |06/05/2011

The Kolhapur sex scandal has come to light because one newspaper was bold enough to report on it.

 

A media bubble called Mamata?

BY R Uma Maheshwari| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |22/04/2011

Every other day we have Mamata eulogies camouflaged as news. She is the mainstream media’s candidate and she is also the industry’s favourite as the next chief minister.

 

A ‘difficult’ state

BY sevanti ninan| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |11/04/2011

Despite a growth in readership, reporting events in Chhattisgarh is almost impossible because journalists are denied access to the interiors. And what is reported is coloured by the interests the media owners have in the state,

 

Competing fasts, competing dailies

BY K Sriramulu| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |27/12/2010

Sakshi and Eenadu are priming up their political mentors as they report on farm suicides in Andhra Pradesh.

 

Ladakh – media’s Gen-X

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |23/12/2010

"It is really essential that we build a Media Centre there and start training young people from Ladakh to become journalists."

 

Mathrubhumi instilling fear

BY Sudeep KS| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |05/12/2010

Following a play and a documentary on the plight of the post-LTTE Tamils, Mathrubhumi front-paged a sedition story implicating the organisers.

 

Reporting Ayodhya -III

BY Ajitha Menon| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |23/10/2010

The minority perspective got virtually no space in both the Anandabazar Patrika and The Telegraph in the run up to the Ayodhya verdict.

 

Media fails to veil its bias at Sena rally

BY Geeta Seshu| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |19/10/2010

The Shiv Sena’s annual rally at Shivaji Park saw the English newspapers playing into the hands of Thackeray as they `roared’, `slammed’ and `passionately hit out’ to his tune.

 

Reporting Ayodhya-II

BY Padmaja Shaw and Nagamallika G| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |18/10/2010

In Hyderabad both Eenadu and Deccan Chronicle bent over backwards to maintain balance. One defining feature of Eenadu was the effort it took to present both the sides for almost all stories.

 

Reporting Ayodhya- I

BY HOOT survey| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |16/10/2010

Gujarati newspapers used treatment, rather content, to indicate their pro- verdict stance. Did TOI’s well-meaning communal harmony efforts reaffirm stereotypes? Our series on Comparative Coverage begins with the Ayodhya coverage in Gujarat.

 

Assam: journalists living on the edge

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |23/05/2010

Despite a phenomenal growth in the media, journalists here have to put up with poor wages and working conditions, and the hazards of working in an insurgency troubled state.

 

Relentless coverage fanned Telangana flames

BY Madabhushi Sridhar| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |15/12/2009

If all Telugu news channels were to shut down for ten days, peace would be restored in every nook and corner of the State.

 

West Bengal’s terrorised district reporters

BY Sankar Ray| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/03/2009

Mofussil reporters who file exposes on corruption, nepotism, non-performance and crude partisanship in West Bengal, risk their lives.

 

Regional media and state governments

BY UTTAM SENGUPTA| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |13/02/2009

Only an authority like the Comptroller and Auditor General of India can possibly carry out an audit in all states and expose the incestuous relationship once and for all.

 

Warring dailies exploit family politics

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |26/11/2008

The war between Telugu dailes Eenadu and Sakshi acquired political overtones with elections round the corner. Sakshi, interviewed Ramoji’s estranged son.

 

Standing up to Tamil chauvinism

BY B.P. Sanjay| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |20/10/2008

The Hindu is attacked by political elements for its editorial stand on DMK’s support to the Tamil Tigers.

 

Ignoring judicial corruption in Gujarat?

BY sevanti ninan| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |05/07/2008

It is a mystery why neither the national nor regional media followed up on detailed exposes of the chief justice and some of his fellow judges, published by a Gujarati weekly in the state.

 

Chiru – the TRP spinner

BY s r ramanujan| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |06/09/2008

 

Andhra Jyothy’s casteist offence?

IN REGIONAL MEDIA|26/06/2008

The Andhra police arrest three journalists under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, a month after the alleged offence.

 

Survival tricks of Telugu TV channels

BY Padmaja Shaw| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |03/04/2008

The channels are leading a wave of religious revivalism purely because religion and culture can also be packaged and sold.

 

Taking on Eenadu in AP

BY Hoot Desk with IANS| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |26/03/2008

Billed as the first all colour internationally designed Telugu newspaper in 23 editions, Rajshekhar Reddy’s family launched Sakshi in Andhra Pradesh

 

Gujarati press in raptures over trader of votes

BY IANS| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |24/12/2007

Divya Bhaskar said it was Modi who was projecting himself as larger than life, but now he has truly emerged as larger than life.

 

Kalaignar TV makes its debut

BY MAYA RANGANATHAN| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |17/09/2007

With DMK launching its own propaganda organ, Sun TV is moving towards greater credibility and objectivity in its news.

 

Making hay as the Sun shines no longer

BY MAYA RANGANATHAN| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |22/05/2007

With DMK preparing to start its own TV channel, is it becoming mandatory for political parties to own a television channel?

 

The Sun feels the heat

BY MAYA RANGANATHAN| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |15/05/2007

It is perhaps difficult to document exactly how Sun TV swung the DMK`s electoral fortunes, but it is easy to recall how it attempted to.

 

Rushing to Ramoji’s defence

BY T Siva Rama Krishna Sastry| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |03/03/2007

Even at this juncture the media did not think it appropriate to persuade the business group to come out with facts or issue a denial.

 

Ramoji Rao’s two hats

BY B.P. Sanjay| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |24/02/2007

When the business interests of a media baron conflict with interests of the public how relevant is the freedom of the press argument

 

The Singur Smokescreen: – Part I

BY aniruddha dutta| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |08/02/2007

The coverage of the process of land acquisition in the mainstream English press obfuscates and falsifies ground realities.

 

The Singur smokescreen: Part-II

BY aniruddha dutta| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |08/02/2007

Glossing over the details of "consent" to acquisition and trivialising the farmers` protests has grave implications.

 

The Singur smokescreen: Part-III

BY aniruddha dutta| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |08/02/2007

The farmers` resistance was soon overshadowed by law-and-order issues and "mobilization" of public opinion.

 

Supporting the state in Singur?

BY Aloke Thakore| IN OPINION |29/01/2007

A boycott in Nandigram of newspapers or of journalists belonging to some news organizations suggests a feeling of media disenfranchisement.

 

Singur--missing the point

IN OPINION |07/01/2007

Had a Gandhian made the same point, rather than Ms Banerjee, would the matter have received different treatment?

 

Sun-shine in Tamil Nadu

BY ninan| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |07/05/2006

As he gets set to conquer the rest of the country, Kalanidhi Maran is a man to both admire and fear.

 

The Image Trap

BY bpsanjay| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |14/04/2006

The death of celebrities like Dr Rajkumar is from the media perspective an opportunity to fill telecast time and satiate its appetite for ratings.

 

Tamilnadu’s pre-election TV war

BY ramanujan| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |10/03/2006

When Vaiko switched camps Sun TV thoroughly exposed him with its arsenal of file pictures from 2002, of his arrest under POTA.

 

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 market for Hindi eveningers in Jaipur

BY Arvind Kalia and Shipra Mathur| IN BOOKS |10/08/2005

The article sets out to explore the prospects of evening newspapers in mini-metro cities of India.

 

North East governments not media-savvy

IN MEDIA PRACTICE |18/03/2005

In a region that has some 30 rebel groups with demands ranging from secession to greater autonomy and the right to self-determination, journalists are sometimes at the receiving end.

 

Orissa’s rural newspapers

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |29/12/2004

One of the brightest examples of successful and effective grassroots journalism is Gaan Maati Khabar

 

Media as mediator

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |22/12/2004

 

Rural India is a surprise

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |22/12/2004

To understand how contagious journalism has become you have to come to the stomping ground of Rajasthanøs two leading Hindi newspapers.

 

Vijay Karnataka and Kannada Journalism Part-II

BY B S Chandrasekhar| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |11/12/2004

Kannada newspapers like Prajavani and Kannada Prabha are seen as left-of- the centre whereas Vijay Karnataka is perceived as a right-of-the centre newspaper.

 

Vijay Karnataka and Kannada Journalism Part-1

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |08/11/2004

In five years this newspaper has crossed half a million circulation and considerably changed the face of Kannada journalism.

 

What does the rural newspaper revolution achieve -- Part II

BY sevanti ninan| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |12/10/2004

The indiscriminate nature of local news does not encourage purposeful reporting on the development needs of local areas, and their populations.

 

What does the rural newspaper revolution achieve?

BY sevanti ninan| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |09/10/2004

Have district editions created a public sphere? Or have they merely created a daily bulletin board which people read to see if their names are mentioned?

 

Language media vs English media

BY R. Akhileshwari| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |12/07/2004

Women journalists are worse off in the regional language media compared to those in the English press

 

Regional blitz

BY ninan| IN MEDIA WATCH BRIEFS |17/05/2004

The Congress party says that it did do a lot of print and television advertising: only it chose to do it in the regional media, with 90 per cent of the party’s ad spend being in such outlets:in Meerut, Shimoga and Kutch. Between March 2 and May 10..

 

Devils in God’s own country

BY Firos| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |23/02/2004

Kerala’s media is guilty of giving undue coverage to the farce continually enacted by Karunakaran, Muraleedharan and Antony.

 

Letter to the Hoot--Pulli Raja again

BY watson| IN OPINION |12/12/2003

The response, I am sorry to say, by D. Venkata Raghavan to the article by Ms.Jayashree on the øExploits of Pulli Rajaø is irresponsible.

 

Pulli Raja – Raising hackles in the South

BY jayashree| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |02/12/2003

 

Harassed for backing adivasi cause

BY chekkutty| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |19/11/2003

The CBI has taken over investigation of a case involving police victimisation of a television reporter in Kerala.

 

For Lucknow scribes happy days are here again

BY shivam vij| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |19/10/2003

 

Mirzapur: micro media, minimal impact

IN MEDIA PRACTICE |29/07/2003

 

Kerala’s newspaper gold rush

BY ninan| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |02/07/2003

 

The Dainik Jagran flip flop on Raja Bhaiya

BY devsagar singh| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |03/03/2003

After painting a negative picture of Raja Udai Pratap Singh over the Vasantha issue, the newspaper slowly changed its version.

 

A Marathi newspaper builds a hospital at Siachen

BY Prabhakar Kulkarni| IN MEDIA PRACTICE |18/11/2002

Various individuals and institutions, from grampanchyats to industries, banks, and educational institutions came forward to donate for the fund.

 

Jaya TV and Sun TV battle over Cauvery

IN MEDIA PRACTICE |21/10/2002

 

Covering Land Alienation In Jharkhand

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/09/2002

 

Jharkhand’s oppressed dalits and the media

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/09/2002

 

Marathi Media On Marathi Vs. English Language

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |10/09/2002

 

 

Media thrives in Chattisgarh-or does it?

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/09/2002

 

Prabhat Khabar : Expanding in Reach and Relevance

IN MEDIA PRACTICE |02/09/2002

 

Media and Environment in Uttaranchal

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/08/2002

Even as media proliferates in the wake of statehood for the Uttarakhand region, its primary challenge is to engage meaningfully with issues that are related to the environment.

 

Media’s role in a new state

IN REGIONAL MEDIA |09/08/2002

 

NO ADIVASI JOURNALISTS IN JHARKHAND NEWSPAPERS

BY Sevanti Ninan| IN REGIONAL MEDIA |06/04/2002

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