“Ever since I made tomorrow my favorite day, I’ve been uncomfortable looking back.”- Paul Harvey. FaultLines looks back at six years of existence and first year of its revamped avatar, here is the story of this blog to you. 6 years, 70 plus articles, 1900 subscribers worldide-and growing stronger. Sprung, stumbled, run, fallen, rolled over, […]Read more "Turning 6 Stronger: A Look Back At Last One Year of FaultLines"
International Centre for Journalism (ICFJ) has been at the forefront of the next disruptive technology for digital newsrooms. A survey done by the Centre on the state of technologies in newsrooms has left the industry with more questions than answers. The survey conducted in 12 languages, and received more than 2,700 responses from journalists and […]Read more "Newsg8r is pioneering Field to Newsroom tech; an urgent need in newsrooms"
A Capstone Project submitted to Times School of Media, Bennett University In partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Journalism By: Harshit Mansukhani Under the supervision of Professor Sunil Saxena Head of Department, Times School of Media […]Read more "Namami Gange: Following the National Mission for Clean Ganga through Uttar Pradesh"
The story was edited and corrected by Prof. P. Ramesh Kumar Rohi Village in the Jewar District of Uttar Pradesh has been at the centre of a feud between the local villagers and Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) over the construction of the proposed international airport in Jewar. Rohi village has been acquired […]Read more "Rohi residents divided on land compensation"
The story was edited by Prof. P Ramesh Kumar It is often heard, “Where there is a will there’s a way”, but it is mostly only heard and not seen in action. Chandini Maurya, a Class 6 student of Dhoom Manikpur Village Primary and Upper-Primary school, is a topper of the school, but she is […]Read more "Specially-abled Chandini wants to be a doctor"
Story Edited and Corrected by Prof. P Ramesh Kumar It is not often that one hears of pupils leaving a private school to join a government-run primary and upper primary school. However, it is now commonplace at the Primary and Upper-Primary School in the village of Chithera in Dadri. Just a year ago, the school structure was […]Read more "Students shun private school for govt one in Chithera"