Journalism

Coronavirus and the ensuing lockdown has forced people, including certain government employees, to work from home. Press conferences have been cancelled and offices of the political parties have been temporarily closed. Videos and tweets by the government and concerned authorities have taken over press conferences to give out messages toContinue Reading

Claudia Wallin Journalist

In Sweden, politicians would be unrecognizable to the Indian mind. They take the fact that they are the people’s representatives in Parliament to mean that they are servants, literally. Not only do they enjoy no special benefits, but they are held to the highest standards of public morality even inContinue Reading

Fighting Fake News

As a news verification trainer, spreading awareness among journalists and journalism students, I  have realised that spreading misinformation and disinformation has become an industry in itself. Though Google News Initiative (GNI) against fake news, in partnership with Internews and DataLeads, has trained 15,000 journalists and journalism students in the pastContinue Reading