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Vadodaria elected INS president

Kiran B Vadodaria of "Sambhaav Metro" has been elected president of The Indian Newspaper Society for the year 2014-15 at its 75th Annual General Meeting held here on Friday. He succeeds Ravindra Kumar of "The Statesman". P V Chandran (Grihalakshmi) is the new ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Vadodaria is new INS president Business Standard, 2 months ago
Eurasia Review

INS condemns terror attack at Charlie Hebdo

The Indian Newspaper Society (INS) today strongly condemned the terror attack on the office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris in which 12 people were killed, saying it was a ""grave threat" to the freedom of press. The INS, which plays a ...
 Business Standard2 months ago INS condemns 'horrific' Paris killings  Prokerala2 months ago Terrorism, Islam, Our Biases And The Solution OpEd  Eurasia Review3 weeks ago

New Law Needed to Govern Salary in Print Media: Ravindra Kumar

Outgoing president of Indian Newspaper Society (INS) Ravindra Kumar today said a new law is required to govern salary and other issues relating to print media and called the wage boards "life-threatening disease" as their recommendations have put a "crippling ...
 Outlook2 months ago
Firstpost.com

Mahatma's grandson thinks temple for Godse hurts ...

London: The proposal to build a temple to Nathuram Godse by a section of the Indian society is denigrating Mahatma Gandhi, according to Gopal Krishna Gandhi, the Mahatma's grandson. Asserting that India needs Gandhi more than ever before, Gopal ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago UK making Gandhi statue, Indians planning Godse temple: Grandson  India Today2 weeks ago Temple for Godse hurts Gandhi's memory, says grandson  ProKerala.com2 weeks ago Temple for Godse hurts Gandhi's …  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
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New Indian Express

Politics, Sensitivity Lead India to Rush to Ban Books, Films

NEW DELHI — A British documentary. A YouTube comedy clip. A book on Hinduism. Each offended some segment of Indian society, and each was banned or suppressed as a result. Over the last year, at least two books and two films have become ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Democratic India easily offended and a ban epidemic takes hold  Hong Kong Standard2 weeks ago Putting leash Politics, sensitivity lead India to ...  Gulf Time UAE2 weeks ago
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Bangalore Mirror

Submission to new normals

By: Somasekhar Sundaresan Indian society's reaction to the All India Bakchod roast, where some have termed criticisms against the gag as comeuppance that is justified, signifies a shift in our mores The All India Bakchod (AIB) controversy ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago What Indians won't see  TheStar.com.my2 weeks ago Wrecking News  Outlook India2 weeks ago Self-defense stick: Indian doctor's device wards off would-be rapists  Russia Today3 weeks ago
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The Express Tribune

'Documentary holds up a mirror to our society', says Delhi gang-rape victim's father

New Delhi: The father of the Delhi gang-rape victim said people should see the documentary, India's Daughter, because it "holds up a mirror to our society". The film features an interview with one of the rapists in which he makes outrageous ...
 ABP Live3 weeks ago Ban on Delhi gang-rape documentary stirs fierce debate in India  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago Father tells India to look in the mirror  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago In India, ban on film about 2012 Delhi gang rape stirs debate  Los Angeles Times3 weeks ago

A Matter of Measure

hat happens when the most widely used method of measurement in an industry comes under question? The Indian newspaper business is about to find out. Almost exactly a year ago, the Indian Newspaper Society rejected the Indian Readership Survey ...
 Agencyfaqs!1 month ago

Even today their identity as women overshadows the officer in them

When a starry-eyed Anupama Joshi entered the hallowed portals of the Indian air force in 1992, in response to a newspaper advertisement inviting, for the first time, applications from women interested in joining the armed forces, little did she ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Snap judgment, with elan

By Shashi Tharoor Rs 695 Rs 695 India Shastra: Reflections on the Nation in Our Time A newspaper column is, by definition, something current and immediate. The writer gets an opportunity to offer instant analysis on a matter that is in the news, thus helping ...
 Asian Age2 days ago
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