Free Press Journal
  • Rahul Gandhi’s tactical mistakes

    Media reports say that the Modi government has rejected a Russian request to engage Adanis in the Rs 3000 crore AK-103 rifle deal and instead asked the Russians to partner government-owned Indian Ordnance Factories. If so, Congress president Rahul Gandhi can rightfully claim credit for government’s rethink as its “nationalistic” concern comes in the wake of Rahul’s sustained campaign against buying 36 Rafale fighter jets from France’s Dassault at “inflated” prices and

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    Dabholkar-Pansare case: More brickbats for State cops

    Mumbai: Observing that police machinery should refrain from divulging all details to media, the Bombay High Court on Thursday came down heavily on agencies probing the killings of rationalist Narendra Dabholkar and comrade Govind Pansare.

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    Bombay High Court frowns at cops for flaunting evidence

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government has egg on its face: the Bombay High Court on Monday demanded to know why the State police addressed the media on the arrest of five rights activists when the matter was sub judice. The bench said, “We are surprised at the press conference. How can the police do this?” “Isn’t the police aware that the Supreme Court is seized of this matter and that the matter is sub

  • The revival signs of Indian economy

    After the unmitigated gloom peddled by the Opposition and a section of the media, there is light at the end of the tunnel for the Indian economy. The Central Statistics Office’s provisional GDP estimates for 2017-18 suggest that growth recovered to a brisk 7.7 per cent in the January-March 2018 quarter, the highest real GDP growth in seven quarters.

  • IAA rolls out mentorship programme for women in Marcom

    It’s time to extend support to women by introducing mentorship programme for women in the marketing, media and advertising space. This project is rolled out by the India Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA). This initiative is the brainchild of IAA, Vice President, Megha Tata and she will be giving this programme a direction.

  • Why Narendra Modi government has a problem with media

    Last week, the Modi government had a Trumpian moment. In a debate reminiscent of the battle between President Donald Trump and the mainstream media in the US – Trump often blames the ‘crooked’ media for all his problems as president – the Smriti Irani-headed Information and Broadcasting (I&B) ministry announced a notification that the government would suspend the accreditation of journalists found producing fake news. The notification had also proposed amended guidelines

  • Doubts linger on Rajiv Kochhar role in ICICI Bank loan mess

    Mumbai : Media is thick with reports about investigations being undertaken about financial affairs at ICICI Bank. It is now the turn of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to begin questioning of not just ICICI Bank officials but also the Kochhars — Chanda and her husband, Deepak. But there is one more Kochhar whose activities in the financial markets may be worth investigating. The person is Rajiv Kochhar, Deepak Kochhar’s brother.

  • Cambridge Analytica employee on India project may have been poisoned

    New York: A Romanian employee of Cambridge Analytica (CA), who worked on its project in India, may have been “poisoned” in Kenya, an ex-employee has told a British parliamentary select committee. Christopher Wylie, a former employee of Cambridge Analytica, told the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee on Tuesday that Dan Muresan, who had worked on the Indian project, was suspected to have been poisoned in his Kenyan hotel room in

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    The judiciary versus the media

    Soon after chastising the lawyers for raising their voices in his court room, Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra took it upon himself to berate the media for allegedly adding “defamatory” comments for their readers. His comments were provoked during the hearing of a petition filed by senior journalists against an order of the Gujarat court challenging notices issued to the Editors of “The Wire” who had nothing to do with

  • Hacker who gave information to Wikileaks passed away at 37

    London: Adrian Lamo, a computer hacker best known for passing on information that led to the arrest of Chelsea Manning, has died aged 37, the media reported on Saturday. The cause of Lamo’s death, confirmed to the BBC by the Sedgwick county coroner in Kansas, has not yet been made public.

  • Media workshop on cow protection held

    Ujjain: A media workshop-cum-dialogue on ‘Role of government and society in cow protection’ was organised at hotel Shanti Palace on Thursday under the aegis of divisional public relations office.

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    Headline-‘Dead’line: India media’s coverage of Sridevi’s death was downright appalling

    BREAKING NEWS! BREAKING NEWS! BREAKING NEWS! Bollywood diva and actress Sridevi has just passed away at the age of 54 in Dubai. This piece of information just shattered millions of hearts and proved that life is so uncertain and fragile that we can’t control anything. The passing away of Sridevi came as a huge shock and Indian media was caught unawares and didn’t know how to report or react to this news.

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    Freedom Comes With Responsibility

    One of the notable changes in our social environment in the 20th and 21st centuries has been the saturation of our culture and daily lives by the mass media. In this new environment- radio, television, movies, videos, video games, cell phones, and computer networks have assumed central roles in our children’s daily lives. Offlately it has become a common practice to link media for any inexplicable acts of violence that are faced

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    Naredra Modi Interview: Here is a list of questions the media should ask the Prime Minister

    Prime Minister Narendra Modiji gave his precious time to two television networks, Zee and Times Now, but the interview seemed more like a PR exercise rather than an interview conducted by journalist. Though we do want to know, where the Prime Minister gets his strength to work day in day out, but I also want to know what the Prime Minister things about the things that happen around him.

  • Mumbai: Special court issues order restraining media from publishing proceedings Sohrabuddin Sheikh trial

    Mumbai: A special court on Wednesday issued orders restraining the media from publishing the proceedings of the court in the trial of Sohrabuddin Sheikh and his aide Tulsi Prajapati. Tasked with the hearing of cases under the Central Bureau of Investigation, the special court, however, allowed the media to attend the court proceedings. But it has barred them from reporting anything till further orders.