media

-July 6, 2022

In India, where screens are increasingly replacing paper, causing many legacy newspapers to die every year, Delhi’s Urdu Newspapers are trying hard to survive

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-April 4, 2022

The students also said that other universities have fully resumed physical classes and cited an online opinion survey done by them in which 36 out of 39 students voted in favour of offline classes.

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-October 14, 2020

A press conference by Mumbai police brings big news channels under the radar for alleged manipulation of TRPs On 8 October, Mumbai police chief Parambir Singh claimed to have busted a major TRP manipulation racket in the city. During the press conference, Singh called out Republic TV as one of the biggest names involved in the […]

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-November 1, 2018

Delhi lost one of its talented mediapersons when Doordarshan cameraperson Achyuta Nanda Sahu was killed by Naxals in Dantewada About four hours before he was shot dead by Naxalites in the jungles of Arhanpur area of Dantewada in Chhattisgarh, 34-year-old Achyuta Nanda Sahu, a cameraperson with Doordarshan News, was filming a story on the scenic […]

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-August 23, 2018

Both TV and print ceaselessly covered the floods and helped with rescue efforts, sans sensationalism Malayala Manorama, the Malayalam daily, lowered its masthead twice last week. The newspaper, perhaps overwhelmed by the humanitarian crisis at hand, seemed to bow in acknowledgement. Entire towns, hill stations, highways, bridges and hundreds of people of Kerala were submerged […]

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-August 2, 2018

Karan Thapar interviews himself after being inundated with interview requests, since his book gained media attention Ever since the extracts from my book began to appear in various media outlets, I have been inundated with hundreds of requests for interviews. While I have acquiesced to participate in some of them, I have found all of […]

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