Red Ink Award for T N Ninan, Ravish Kumar and 25 other journalists

27 Apr 2016

The Red Ink Award also honoured Jagendra Singh of Shahjahanpur Samachar posthumously with Bravery in Journalism award

Gannett Co tables $815 mn unsolicited bid for Tribune Publishing Co

26 Apr 2016

India ranks 133rd in press freedom; Modi ‘indifferent’

21 Apr 2016

Indians may think they have a relatively free press, but in fact India ranks an abysmally low 133 among 180 countries in the latest annual World Press Freedom Index

‘Hello, this is John Doe. Interested in data?’

16 Apr 2016

An inside look into how The Guardian, one of the publications at the forefront of the ‘Panama Papers’ leaks that have shaken governments and sent powerful individuals running for cover, went about its business

Facebook Instant Articles now open to all publishers

13 Apr 2016

Brave defence of ad-blocking browser against media attack

12 Apr 2016

Three-member panel set up for content regulation of government advertising

11 Apr 2016

Daily Mail explores bid for Yahoo

11 Apr 2016

London-based Daily Mail, whose business interest include media, energy, education, insurance, and property, is interested in Yahoo’s news and media properties

China limits coverage of “Panama Papers”

05 Apr 2016

Doordarshan launches internet-free mobile TV service

05 Apr 2016

AP denies allegations of cooperating with Nazis

01 Apr 2016

Playboy Enterprises: no nudity, hangs up sale sign

26 Mar 2016

Another scribe held in Chhatisgarh; charges unclear

23 Mar 2016

‘Google tax’ to hit online advertisers, digital media

22 Mar 2016

Sky ventures into VR with new content studio

19 Mar 2016

Cybercriminals find new trick to infect BBC, NYT ads

17 Mar 2016

Time magazine calls Modi an `Internet star’

17 Mar 2016

Facebook introduces Wordpress plugin to target millions of publishers on the platform

08 Mar 2016

Delhi govt to take TV channels to court over doctored JNU videos

08 Mar 2016

Google building secret transmitter at Spaceport America

05 Mar 2016

Mumbai journalists condemn attack on media at Patiala House court

18 Feb 2016

The journalists were protesting against the roughing up by a group of lawyers of journalists and students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University at the Patiala House Court complex

JNU mayhem: lawyers thrash students, scribes

16 Feb 2016

National Herald case: SC frees Sonia, Rahul from personal appearance

13 Feb 2016

Independent 's boss Evgeny Lebedev mulls exiting print

12 Feb 2016

UK won’t let Assange go, will contest UN finding

06 Feb 2016

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has infuriated several governments, including the US, by disclosing hundreds of thousands of secret files concerning Iraq, Afghanistan and diplomatic cables from US embassies around the world