From ads to daily soaps, TV promotes white or, at best, ‘wheatish’ skin
Most TV channels don’t realise there’s more to the world than Indian politics.
TV went delirious chasing Uttar Pradesh’s new chief minister
Indian news TV is doing a terrific job. The coverage to India’s PM? Tremendous
News channels will regale you with numerical figures, confuse you with psephologists figuring out their data and try to figure out how to best rile...
TV got worked up over Gurmehar Kaur for all the wrong reasons
The UP assembly election is getting louder and shriller.
There is little or no lampooning of the political class on Indian television
Battle for Jayalalithaa’s legacy is made for TV.
Budget presentation is FM’s finest hour in Parliament. Not so much on TV.
DD news has a diverse range, but is weak in coverage of politics
From alleged waste water on ‘Bigg Boss’, to Delhi’s garbage — a refuse lot on TV
The plots of Hindi TV serials seem as sensible as some TV news headlines
News anchors cried themselves hoarse for most of the year, but TV got back to the business of informing in the wake of demonetisation
... for the government. Or former cricketers turned commentators.
For a pop culture expression of resurgent Hinduism, turn to Hindi channels.
Along with demonetisation, PM’s absence from Parliament is now an issue.
Evening debates applaud PM’s money move, daytime reports capture queues.
He is a TV natural, speaking in a way the average person can identify with.