Justice C K Prasad replaces Markandey Katju as PCI Chairman?blur=25

Justice C K Prasad is a retired judge of Supreme Court of India. He completed his four-year term in July this year

Abid Hasan Nov 26, 2014 4:53 PM

Twist in TOI vs AMU battle: PCI Chairman says, VC denies banning paper?blur=25

Senior journalists and media organisations have condemned the ongoing battle between the institute and the national daily over the alleged ban

Abid Hasan Nov 18, 2014 8:33 AM

#FutureProof: Was the Katju blog hijacked??blur=25

Honest acknowledgement of sourcing is a missing piece in print and TV. The rush for portraying ordinarily available information as 'exclusive' isn't about morality alone. It has its professional pitfalls, says Rohit Bansal

Rohit Bansal Jul 25, 2014 8:27 AM

PCI asks media houses to set up internal panels to tackle harassment cases?blur=25

Markandey Katju, Chairperson, PCI noted that despite Vishakha guidelines many media organisations still do not have an internal complaints committee

exchange4media Staff Nov 28, 2013 8:29 AM

Govt considering amendment of PCI Act before 2014 polls: Manish Tewari?blur=25

The Govt is looking into the recommendations given by the Naresh Chandra panel regarding strategic communication in the context of national security before amending the Act, says the MIB Minister

Abid Hasan Oct 22, 2013 8:17 AM

Vivid: For once, I am with you Justice Katju?blur=25

Justice Katju has been accused of the foot-in-mouth disease; but this time he cannot be blamed for his opinion on Narendra Modi, says Annurag Batra of e4m

Annurag Batra Feb 25, 2013 8:02 PM

Guest Feature: From blank columns to paid columns?blur=25

Senior journalist Ravi M Khanna talks about Indian media’s sad saga & the imperative need to empower PCI, allowing it to take punitive action

Ravi M Khanna Dec 11, 2012 6:34 PM

Katju's letter of regret for anti-media remarks?blur=25

Katju had written to the INS President, expressing his regret over his comments, where he had said “majority of media people are of poor intellectual level”

exchange4media Staff Nov 19, 2012 4:05 AM

PCI no more a toothless tiger: N Ram?blur=25

The reason for it being its new Chairperson, Justice Markandey Katju and the emerging debates around journalistic ethics and regulations

Rahul Dubey Mar 19, 2012 9:21 AM

Justice Katju seeks justice for Urdu in new book?blur=25

Justice Markandey Katju has come out strongly against Urdu language being ignored in modern India in his book ‘Justice with Urdu’

Shree Lahiri Jan 16, 2012 7:40 AM

Reporter's Diary: Apologise-Or-We-Walk-Out attitude!?blur=25

Correspondent Nitin Pandey introspects on the role of media in a rapidly changing scenario and whether Justice Katju’s remarks are justified…

Nitin Pandey Nov 28, 2011 7:50 AM

INS members protest against Justice Katju’s remarks; walk out of PCI meet?blur=25

The four publisher members representing the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) in the newly-constituted Press Council walked out of the PCI meet in protest against the remarks on media made by Justice Markandey Katju, Chairman of the Press Council.

exchange4media Staff Nov 18, 2011 7:56 AM

Reporter’s Diary: Taking a beating as a journalist & common (wo)man?blur=25

Correspondent Sai Prasanna is brimming with questions as she wonders about the ‘intellectual caliber’ of journalists. On the other hand, she is as upbeat about digital media as the industry…

Sai Prasanna Nov 12, 2011 7:16 AM

Reporter’s Diary: The ‘danda’ way of Justice Katju...?blur=25

The no-nonsense, proactive ways of the new Press Council of India Chairman Justice Markandey Katju has left correspondent Nitin Pandey deeply impressed as he feels this would really put an end to paid news...

Nitin Pandey Oct 22, 2011 8:18 AM

If media proves incorrigible, harsh measures may be required: Markandey Katju?blur=25

At a meeting with senior journalists and editors on October 10, 2011, newly-appointed Chairman of the Press Council of India, Markandey Katju, warned, “If media proves incorrigible, harsh measures may be required”. Such measures could include imposing heavy fines on defaulters, stopping government advertisements for them and even suspending their licence.

Niraj Singh Oct 12, 2011 8:28 AM