As much as Barack Obama’s win has fascinated India, the media has merely focused on one fact – his race and therefore so-called “minority” status. That has launched, with incredulous rancor, the hunt for a Bhartiya Obama who would be the winner of the single-greatest five-yearly reality TV event.Read More Media witch-hunt for the Obama moment!
Two extremely peculiar trends can be observed in the coverage of India’s encounter with ‘Hindu terror’. Firstly, all the stories are attributed to the so called “SOURCES”, which seems to suggest that information is being selectively leaked by the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) to the media.Read More Malegaon blasts case: Too many loose ends
The Jamia encounter, in which two suspected Indian Mujahideen militants were shot dead on September 19, has come under the cloud of suspicion with the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Thursday issuing a notice to the Delhi Police.
The commission has asked the city Police Commissioner Y S Dadwal to submit a report on the incident.Read More Jamia encounter: Unanswered questions