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The committee’s report stated that IIS officers should be posted to Prasar Bharati for a specific period | Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Prasar Bharati tweets on WSJ journalist latest in its criticism of ‘biased’ foreign press

Prasar Bharti has time and again accused foreign media of “biased” and “fake” reportage, with CEO Vempati saying such coverage creates wrong perception of India. 
Police personnel on guard in Ayodhya ahead of the Supreme Court's verdict in the Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case, on 9 November 2019 | Prashant Srivastava | ThePrint

‘Cherished goal of Hindus’ to ‘surprising’ timing — how foreign press read Ayodhya verdict

Almost all Western papers say the verdict is in sync with PM Modi’s Hindu nationalist agenda & helps BJP fulfill its key election promise.
Security forces stand guard in Srinagar | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

How foreign media coverage of Kashmir crisis has become a headache for Modi govt

Since 5 August, the day the Modi govt scrapped Article 370, many foreign publications have carried reportage & editorials deemed ‘negative’ by pro-govt voices.
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BBC to New York Times – Why Indian governments have always been wary of foreign press

Be it India or China or Russia – you can be sure that when a country accuses the foreign media of biased coverage, it has something it wants to hide.
People wait to check their names on the final draft of the Assam's National Register of Citizens

Home ministry says no ban on foreign journalists in Assam, but they need permit

The Ministry of Home Affairs issued a clarification after a news report in Assam Tribune said foreign journalists were asked to leave the state.
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Foreign media largely despairs at Modi & BJP’s Lok Sabha triumph

Major publications across the world have reported and commented on the 'landslide' verdict.

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BJP workers in Kolkata

BJP’s undiluted power at the Centre has weakened the bargaining position of regional parties

Yamini Aiyar & Neelanjan Sircar write in Contemporary South Asia journal on how BJP's electoral performance and Modi's popularity have altered the dynamic of regional party politics in India.

How can you make a webinar exciting?

Businessman Anand Mahindra took to Twitter to denounce the word 'webinar' and asked for it to be 'banished' from the dictionary.


File image of a meeting between officers of the Indian Army and China's People's Liberation Army in Nathu La, Sikkim (representational image) | Photo: ANI

Senior Indian, Chinese military commanders set to meet to defuse Ladakh tensions

Divisional commander-level talks are set to be held ‘soon’, while diplomatic talks are also on between India & China to ensure the issue is settled peacefully.

The Chinese are so predictable, Modi & Shah should’ve seen them coming on 5 August 2019

India should’ve anticipated the Chinese appearance in Ladakh, even the timing of it, when the status of Jammu & Kashmir was changed.