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India is one of world's most dangerous places for journalists, says RSF

India is one of world’s most dangerous places for journalists, says RSF Those who write the first draft of history are being killed while no one cares, writes Ranjona Banerji more

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Ranjona Banerji: The Tripura Tactic: Intimidate and Arrest

Ranjona Banerji: The Tripura Tactic: Intimidate and Arrest “Journalists who reported on the vandalism of mosques have been threatened and arrested for spreading “communal disharmony” by the Tripura Police,” writes Ranjona Banerji [more]

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Woken up, and smelling the popcorn!

Woken up, and smelling the popcorn! It just took one Diwali weekend to debunk the argument that OTT may have killed the movie-going habit, writes Shailesh Kapoor [more]

Time to empathise with the caregiver?

Time to empathise with the caregiver? Can the media ensure that the caregiver’s everyday battles are not dismissed or forgotten, asks Shruti Pushkarna [more]

Gambling or Game of Skill?

Gambling or Game of Skill? Advertising, ease of playing and the low entry cost have made many of them socially accepted, writes Sanjeev Kotnala [more]

Indrani Sen: Monopolising the Metaverse

Indrani Sen: Monopolising the Metaverse The name of the company would surely create an illusion of a monopoly, writes Indrani Sen [more]

3 Big & Coming Shifts in Market Research

3 Big & Coming Shifts in Market Research Tech-driven significant shifts are likely to drive change in market research over the coming decades, writes Ashoke Agarrwal [more]

Avik Chattopadhyay: Brand Ram in the 21st century

Avik Chattopadhyay: Brand Ram in the 21st century Brand Ram is what a large part of Indian society is today. For, he is the prospect, proponent, and prophet rolled into one, writes Avik Chattopadhyay [more]

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