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.

Focus on `crying India and not shining India`: Antony

Defence Minister AK Antony on Wednesday asked the media to focus on issues of people living in "crying India" and not only in "shining India".

Pak court disposes of petition filed by terror suspects

A Pakistani court disposed of a petition filed by three men seeking protection from possible arrest by security agencies after they were described by the Indian media as terrorists.

No sweeping guidelines for media, says SC

The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to frame guidelines on media reporting across the board.

Anna Hazare apologises for attack on media

A day after several media persons were heckled by supporters of Team Anna at Jantar Mantar, Anna Hazare on Tuesday regretted the misbehaviour.

Freida Pinto vents her ire against Indian media

Hollywood may have received Freida Pinto with open arms but the lady has continued to draw constant flak from the Indian media ever since she made her debut.

Ash’s post-natal weight criticism draws flak from the western media

Aishwarya has been criticized for her weight gain by the Indian media but their Western counterparts are lending their support to the actress.

`Media promoting superstitions, backward ideas`

Press Council Chairman Justice Markandey Katju on Thursday alleged that the media houses are often looked upon by their owners as the means of making money.

Presenting facts basic duty of media: Antony

Presenting facts objectively to the people was the prime task of media and not that of setting agenda, Defence Minister AK Antony said.

`Media should self-regulate, ward off regulator`

Self-regulation by the Indian media is better than external agencies breathing down its reportage, experts said at an event.

‘Media should get more SCs, STs into newsrooms’

The Indian media needs to facilitate entry
of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes into newsrooms as they have little representation there, Professor Robin Jeffre said.

Media boycotts Assembly over Speaker`s statement

Journalists on Monday boycotted House
proceedings and sat on a dharna outside the Jammu and Kashmir
Assembly complex in protest of Speaker Mohammad Akbar Lone`s
comment that the "media was under his control".