During Christmas holidays last year, Devjyot Ghoshal and Anand Katakam were the only two students of Columbia School of Journalism, New York, who didn't come back home to India. While their peers were busy celebrating, the two were trying to wrap ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
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Hello again. Yesterday we told you how Arvind Kejriwal seems to have cornered the market for media coverage according to a study published in this newspaper. But has this coverage really led to robust funding for AAP candidates. Not really. Today we ...Livemint.com, 6 days ago
If spirits are high offline, it's not too different online either. Here's what the digital world has on offer as the world's biggest election unfolds The world's largest democracy is at the polls - with over 81.4 crore people casting their votes ...New Indian Express, 1 week ago
Each month, IJNet features an international journalist who exemplifies the profession and has used the site to further his or her career. If you would like to be featured, email a short bio and a paragraph about how you have used IJNet here . ...IJnet.org, 4 weeks ago
The 'FiveFortyFive.com' is a single-subject website focusing on the Indian general elections founded by six Columbia journalism school students. It is being described as a platform for a variety of voices including students, academics, professionals, ...Jagran Post, 2 months ago
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