An Indian bureaucrat is suing Outlook magazine for describing her as “eye candy” in a recent article, and publishing an illustration that showed her on a catwalk with her political bosses leering at her....
Squabbling families battle it out for control of newspaper, reports Asia Sentinel’s Cyril Pereira India’s dynastic successions have virtually paralyzed some of the country’s biggest and most powerful institutions including the Reliance, Bajaj, Birla and Ranbaxy groups. Now it is the turn of the fifth-generation descendants of Kasturi & Sons Ltd, the public company which...
India’s minister for information and broadcasting Manish Tewari has come under heavy fire this week after raising the idea of a licensing exam for Indian journalists. Words like ‘preposterous’ and ‘laughable’ have been commonly heard in media circles as journalists made their feelings known. Tewari’s suggestion was that a ‘common examination’ should be conducted for...
NEW DELHI (AP) — A defense lawyer says an Indian court has ruled that the media should be allowed to cover the trial of four men accused in the gang rape and fatal beating of a woman on a New Delhi bus in December. Journalists had been barred by a court order from covering the...
NEW DELHI (AP) — The Indian government’s attempts to block social media accounts and websites that it blames for spreading panic have been inept and possibly illegal, a top internet expert said Friday. Earlier this month, thousands of people from the country’s remote northeast began fleeing cities in southern and western India, as rumors swirled...
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