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Can't be blamed if my sermons inspire jihadists: Zakir Naik

Can't be blamed if my sermons inspire jihadists: Zakir Naik

"There is not a single lecture of mine, if not taken out of context, will ever spread hatred,” Zakir Naik said.

Need for a law to protect journalists: PCI member

"In the wake of attacks on journalists in the country, the demand for a law to protect journalists has gathered steam," Sinha said at the Indore Press Club.

VVIP chopper scam: Italian firm paid Rs 50 cr to 'manage' media

VVIP chopper scam: Italian firm paid Rs 50 cr to 'manage' media

Amid a political storm over VVIP chopper bribery case, BJP on Thursday raised the AgustaWestland issue in Lok Sabha, alleging that the Italian company spent Rs 50 crore to manage media in its bid to clinch the deal with India.

Dr. Subhash Chandra Show: Social media focus on power of the mass

Dr Subhash Chandra discussing about the elctronic media that came up in 1990s.

Dr Subhash Chandra Show: Evolution of Indian media industry

DR Subhash Chandra speaks about the expectation that audience do from news media. To know more about it, watch the full show.

Dr Subhash Chandra Show: Has Indian news media lost it's credibility?-Part II

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Dr Subhash Chandra Show: Has Indian news media lost it's credibility?

Watch Dr Subhash Chandra speaking on a debatable issue that
news media in India these days has lost its Sensibilty.

India is deadliest country for journalists in Asia

India is deadliest country for journalists in Asia

A total of 110 journalists were killed around the world in 2015, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said on Tuesday, noting that while many died in war zones the majority were killed in supposedly peaceful countries.

Indian media makes news in Nepal, for wrong reasons

 A section of the Indian media has made news in Nepal - for the wrong reasons.

#GoHomeIndianMedia trending in Nepal to protest earthquake coverage

The Indian media is facing flak for its coverage of the earthquake disaster in Nepal with complaints in the social media that it was treating the tragedy as a "public relations exercise" on behalf of the Indian government.

Indian media running ‘propaganda’ against Pakistan team, accuses Mohammad Hafeez

Indian media running ‘propaganda’ against Pakistan team, accuses Mohammad Hafeez

Pakistan's star all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has accused Indian media of running propaganda to malign Pakistan cricket team. The sensational statement came days after India defeated Pakistan in their ICC World Cup 2015 match at Adelaide.

Rajdeep Sardesai incident: Blot on Indian Media?

Rajdeep Sardesai was manhandled outside the Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York, where the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was delivering a speech.Garnering much media attention, it brings us to ask a question that are Mr Sardesai's actions justified?

Rajdeep Sardesai incident: Blot on Indian Media? -Part 2

Rajdeep Sardesai was manhandled outside the Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York, where the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was delivering a speech.Garnering much media attention, it brings us to ask a question that whether Mr Sardesai's actions are justified?

Large Indian media contingent to cover Modi's US visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US has generated a huge media interest with a large delegation of nearly 85 journalists from India expected to cover the event.

Indian media more focussed on Bollywood, cricket: Sam Pitroda

Chairman of National Innovation Council Sam Pitroda on Tuesday expressed concern about the role being played by media in India as it focusses more on cricket and Bollywood rather than development and nation building.

Home Minister Shinde threatens to "crush" anti-Congress electronic media

In a shocking outburst against the media, Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde threatened to "crush" the electronic media, alleging a section of it was unnecessarily provoking the Congress party by indulging in "false propaganda" against it.

Tehelka case: This is `Nirbhaya Moment` of Indian media, says Derek O`Brien

Trinamool Congress (TMC) vice president and Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha, Derek O`Brien, on Friday termed sexual assault case involving Telhelka editor-in-chief editor Tarun Tejpal "as the `Nirbhaya Moment` of the media".

Pakistan bashing a favourite pastime of Indian media: Bashir

Pakistan High Commissioner to India Salman Bashir on Sunday took a swipe at Indian media, saying "Pakistan-bashing" has become its "favourite pastime".

Border most common word used in Indian media reports on China

Apart from "China" and "India", "border" is the most common word used by Indian media in their reports on China.

Disney`s focus in India on media and entertainment: Andy Bird

Disney is focusing on India`s media and entertainment, which is estimated to touch Rs.917 billion ($17 billion) in 2013.