The Sigra police station area of Varanasi Cantt railway station is often crowded. Since one gets auto to go from here to Mughalsarai, so is the crowd. There was a blast here at about six o’clock on Tuesday evening. We saw that a large part of the Chaukaghat flyover being built near Lahartara bridge has … Read more18 killed in Chokaghat-Lahartara bridge of Banaras; confirmed
A group of Bangladesh journalists went out to visit India, including four female and eight male journalists. After traveling to Bengal, this batch was coming to New Delhi on Tuesday by storm express via Agra. At one o’clock in the morning of Tuesday, when the train was open from Mathura station, an 18-20 year old … Read moreLooting and violence with a Bangladeshi woman journalist who came to India
As reporters we cover many accidents. That coverage is not only a part of the job but it is also important to cover it with seriousness. If you are a serious journalist then seriousness comes automatically. In my 15-year job, I covered many accidents, big and small, but today, even after four years, I do … Read moreDear, the bodies of your loved ones are very heavy
Another type of ‘animal farm’ is going on in Karnataka. The BJP has spread its net far and wide and attempts are being made to break the MLAs from the Congress-JD (S) camp. As there is a possibility of the breakdown of the MLAs, a scene like a game of mouse and cat is emerging … Read moreWill BJP break Congress-JD (S) MLAs in time?
The awards are a mark on the forehead of the finest journalism, a munadi that declares that something better is happening. Although this is not the only way to prove this, in spite of this, they become the inspiration to take journalism’s concerns, its values, its traditions forward. Rewards become a measure of how sensitive … Read moreNewslaundry in Red Ink Award