World: Home | Society

Society

Language
Showing 41-50 of 95
In the practice of journalism and under deadline pressure, it sometimes happens that we hurriedly publish photos, graphics and source documents that do not reflect reality.
Read More
Illegal abortion of female fetuses, prevalent among educated and urban Indians, has pushed India's child sex ratio to its lowest point since the country's independence.
Read More
The patriarchal nature of African society extends right into the newsroom where male journalists are given pride of place over females, regardless of competence.
Read More
Overnight, bishop Raphael Cheenath went from planning his retirement to leading a community devastated by a bloody pogrom that lasted weeks.
Read More
Corrupting ‘brown envelopes’ pollute everything they touch. And they mutate. Their dynamics vary from one beat to another, from the lower cadre to the high echelon of a news organization.
Read More
In the Kingdom of Bhutan, non-Buddhists have the right to proclaim their faith but must not claim religious superiority to seek conversions.
Read More
En un mundo secularizado y relativista, es políticamente incorrecto decir que lo normal es la heterosexualidad y que el matrimonio debe ser entre un hombre y una mujer.
Read More
Public policy in Bhutan rejects 'materialistic' development paradigms in favor of a focus on spiritual wellbeing.
Read More
The "culture of silence" journalists so often refer to is really a "conspiracy of silence", preventing a known problem from being publicly acknowledged.
Read More
The Philippine press mourns the passing of Mr. Jose L. Pavia, one of the pillars of Philippine journalism and a member of The Media Project's global community.
Read More
Showing 41-50 of 95
Customize This