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New Delhi Times

Shashi Kapoor’s New Delhi Times gives a true picture of journalism, warts and all

New Delhi Times conveys the fundamental duality that plagues all journalists — the thrill of chasing a ‘good story’ that is also a human tragedy.
Protestors raise slogans during a demonstration against the Pulwama terror attack in Jammu

When news channels brought pre-World Cup India-Pakistan battle home after Pulwama

Ravish Kumar’s call for restraint was akin to a call to practice journalism — an alien concept in the genetic structure of TV news.
Illustration by Soham Sen/ThePrint

Blood, bodies and scars: What I saw after the 1983 Nellie massacre in Assam

On the anniversary of the Nellie massacre in Assam, which claimed thousands of lives in a few hours, I recall the horrid sights.
File photo of Arnab Goswami | Bhaskar Paul/India Today Group/Getty Images

No matter what we think of Arnab Goswami, we must defend his right to do his job

Details about Rafale deal, unemployment in India would not have come out if we muzzled press freedom.
Representational image | Anindito Mukherjee/Bloomberg

Journalists need an audience, but have no clue on how to earn loyalty

Newsrooms can't seem to agree on the best way to engage and speak to their audience.
Journalist Taha Siddiqui | Sara Farid

Pakistani journalists calling my article a publicity stunt is the biggest disappointment

I want Pakistan to become better and the only way that can happen is by highlighting the wrongs, writes Taha Siddiqui.
Representational image | Anindito Mukherjee/Bloomberg

We need good reporting now more than ever. Democracy depends on it

The value of trusted, factual journalism has never been higher, the need for it never greater.
File photo of Gul Bukhari | ThePrint

Abduct me, bully me, chase me out, but I still love Pakistan and won’t shut up

Pakistani columnist Gul Bukhari writes about loving Pakistan, but not blindly.
Representational image | Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg

More girls than boys in India want to become psychologists or journalists: Cambridge survey

The global survey shows that in overall career choices most students — 23.5 per cent — opted for engineering.

Why covering the environment is one of the most hazardous beats in journalism

Journalists who cover environment are at heightened risk of murder, arrest, assault, threats, self-exile, lawsuits and harassment.

On Camera

Imran Khan

India’s Balakot strikes were long time coming, but only Pakistan can end terrorism

Trump must focus on ensuring that Pakistani terrorism against India (and Afghanistan) is defeated for the larger success of US geopolitical interests in Asia.

Is EC over-regulating elections with strict code of conduct or is it doomed in digital era?

The Election Commission has barred the political parties from releasing their election manifestos in the 48 hours prior to voting.


Tricolor draped coffins of the CRPF personnel, who lost their lives in Pulwama terror attack

India has not and will not forget sacrifice of CRPF personnel in Pulwama, says Ajit Doval

At CRPF's 80th Raising Day event, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval says country’s leadership capable of determining "what should be done ahead".
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

China humiliated India because of these 5 fatal follies of Modi Doctrine

India looks less equal to China than 5 years ago, US alliance is hobbled by trade, and Pakistan looks anything but chastened by Balakot. What’s gone wrong?