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Tighten the Screws

When I mentioned about the story to a bank official to seek advice, the question asked was a simple one – Why do you want to publish the story? For a moment, you wonder what the purpose of covering such a story is. The obvious answer is to inform, to tell a story as it […]

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Gender Disparity Still Prevalent in Newsroom

 Several issues surrounding gender equality in Indian newsrooms were discussed at a session titled "Women Editors: Always the Bridesmaid," at an ongoing two-day international...

A football nursery to unearth and nurture Goan talent

By Kaushik Kumar   Panjim:  Goa is known for its beaches, churches and good life. But this coastal state also has much to offer when it comes...

Women judged more than men for hate speech

London: Women who make hateful remarks on social media are likely to be judged more severely than men who make the same comments, a new...
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Noted Journos to Participate in Media Forum, Discuss Changing News Trends

  Aiming to explore the changing trends in the news industry, some of the most experienced news professionals from India and abroad will come together...

Imran Khan will have to tread on thin ice to form the government 

By Vishnu Makhijani  It would seem rather presumptuous on the part of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan to declare that he would take oath...

Long road ahead to ending hunger, malnutrition 

By Amit Kapoor  The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) incorporate zero hunger as one of the 17 targets to be achieved by 2030 for a...

Baptising Freedom

  MK Tayal editor@thecorrespondent.in For nearly a millennium, we were ruled by foreigners and the struggle for freedom ended this month 72 years ago. For hundreds and...

Joining the dots of Kashmir’s missing link from ‘Mission: Impossible Fallout’

By Sugandha Rawal  New Delhi: There is a difference between the "Mission: Impossible Fallout" seen in Paris and the one seen in India -- the missing...

Civil Services need substantial reforms

By Prabhat Kumar A proposal from the prime minister's office to allocate cadre of civil servants after taking into account their performances in the Foundation...

After taking over reins in Pakistan, Imran may not remain army’s poodle

By Amulya Ganguli Even the best-laid plans of mice and men can go awry. If the Pakistan army wanted Imran Khan to score a runaway...

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