freedom of speech

Photo courtesy of Bhansali Productions/modified from original

 

 A work of art sparking protest is nothing new, but Padmavati takes the art of taking offence to another level.

Photo courtesy of Sandip Roy/modified from original

70 years after Independence it sometimes feels as if Indians are still to develop a funny bone.

 Ethan Elkind and guests explore America's escalating distrust in the media. How are the economics of journalism, “fake news”, politicians and partisan news sources undermining our trust in the press? 

Your Call: Standing up against hate speech

Mar 27, 2016
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On the March 28th edition of Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about the growing protests against the hateful and xenophobic rhetoric in the 2016 presidential race.

Sandip Roy: Mob Justice

Feb 24, 2016

Television is not just news. It has become the lynchpin of the lynchmob.

  The Internet just became freer in India thanks to a young woman who decided to do something about it instead of just complaining.

Section 66A of the IT Act was declared unconstitutional.