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Vidura, the oldest publication of the Press Institute of India (in publication since 1963), is a substantive quarterly journal that focuses primarily on pertinent issues relating to the media. Many of the articles are from established writers, senior editors and journalists. Being a platform for exchange of news and views on a wide spectrum of developments in the media industry, it is a must-read for both the aspiring journalist as well as those well ensconced in the profession.

Trust diminishes as an editor is knocked off his pedestal
The Economic and Political Weekly is one of India’s most respected academic and journalistic publications. It now finds itself embroiled in one of India’s most .... MORE >
As suave and sophisticated as they come
Who is the best James Bond of all? There are many who swear by Sean Connery while there are others who love Roger Moore. Moore .... MORE >
New Media, and India
India experienced its dotcom moment in the early 1990s in the wake of the economic liberalisation policy. Since then, the country has seen an exponential .... MORE >
A gem of a tourist destination
In March this year, Preethi Amaresh escaped from the scorching heat of Chennai and set out for Jammu City. After a long stopover at Delhi airport, she .... MORE >
An editor’s exit reflects perils of investigative journalism
The controversy relating to a legal notice from Adani’s lawyers precipitating a crisis in the prestigious journal, Economic and Political Weekly, culminating in the resignation .... MORE >
The Moghul of Telugu poetry
Cingireddy Narayana Reddy, popularly known as CiNaRe, who passed away in June this year, was a remarkable Telugu writer, critic, poet, actor and lyricist, as .... MORE >
A handsome hulk, a star and a versatile actor
It is difficult to identity Vinod Khanna with any particular image. He was tall, dashing and handsome, the kind in whose presence women would swoon. .... MORE >
A screen mother people loved and could easily relate to
Celluloid mothers in mainstream Hindi cinema have been legends in their own right, carving a niche for themselves. So, whether it is a wicked Lalita .... MORE >
Treating waste on-site best way to keep Bharat swachh?
As the Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan gets underway, ironically, the risk of pollution of water bodies increases manifold, says Rina Mukherjee. More than the convenience and .... MORE >
Sustainable use of water never taken seriously, says expert
Availability of water for drinking, agriculture and sanitation is a worldwide problem today and some experts say it could be the cause of the next .... MORE >