As an editor, I commend the photographer, the caption writer, and the news editor for depicting a sad reality with such subtle deftness.
Recent leadership changes may appear chaotic, but ultimately demonstrate political accountability
With the numerous laws that already exist to regulate—or better still, suppress—the media, and the diligence with which new ones are being prepared, one would think that of all the areas that need fixing, our government expects the journalists to be “fixed” first. But why?
Recently, the chief election commissioner (CEC) urged all political parties to participate in the national election so that “democracy can flourish.”
Two important members of our South Asian community stand as examples of how not to run a country.