Exactly a year ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced an ambitious but enormously disruptive decision to invalidate Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes, ostensibly...
Demonetisation was the first major formal recognition by the Government of India that the issue of black money needs to be tackled decisively. What has India gained and lost from demonetization and what are the lessons learnt?
Economic activity in the informal sector are yet to recover from the shock as no job creation seems to have taken place in this sector.
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s lecture was a bit stern in parts, there is no need for the press to panic and call the fire brigade.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the freedom to write, and to decide what is to be written, does not include the freedom to be "less than accurate", or "factually incorrect. Is PM Modi’s statement on press freedom a veiled warning to dissenting media voices?
The political executive has always had an uneasy relationship with the press. It extols its virtues while trying to curb its freedom, says lawyer Gautam Bhatia.
Whether the Prime Minister's statement on press freedom is a “threat” for dissenting media houses will depend on what media houses consider their jobs to be.
The PM’s statement on press freedom is not a veiled warning; it is a statement that anyone who values a free, vibrant, and credible media would agree with.
Many media houses have practically become government PR agencies, instead of fulfilling their function of holding the government accountable, writes Congress MP Rajeev Gowda.
By invoking casteism, one cannot rule over the country or state. People know the real Congress and will not let them divide our country on caste.