Sukumar Muralidharan

Sukumar Muralidharan teaches at the Jindal School of Journalism and Communication, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, India.

Cobrapost: a potent but not quite deadly sting

Crisis of credibility for mainstream Indian media.

Jun 19, 2018

The business of news

How the editorial and factual veracity of news is being threatened.

Sep 18, 2016

What’s left of it

Praful Bidwai’s book discusses the past and potential of Left politics in India.

Jun 20, 2016

The roots of Dalit rage

The symbolism of Dalit politics is a tactical response to the threat of violence lurking beneath the surface of Indian democracy.

Apr 06, 2015

Modi, media and the feel-good effect

India’s recently concluded general election revealed the power of corporate advertising and PR in determining the tone and content of the media discourse.

Jun 30, 2014

Accountability in a time of excess

If any lesson is to come out of the current financial crisis, it is that the pipedream of corporate social responsibility needs to be shelved.

Mar 01, 2009

The Times of India’s final frontier

Emboldened by a history of cosy relationships with advertisers, over the past decade the Times of India has revolutionised the way that Indian newspapers must compete. With advertisers now making content decisions, print news no …

Aug 01, 2006

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