An Outlook on Yellow Journalism: is it legal?

The year was 1883 when Joseph Pulitzer is popularly known for the Pulitzer prize; purchased ‘The New York World’, an American newspaper which was in circulation from 1860 till 1931. Pulitzer then increased the circulation of New York world from only 15,000 to 600,000 making it the largest sold the newspaper in the US atContinue reading “An Outlook on Yellow Journalism: is it legal?”

Aarogya Setu: A Vulnerable Bodyguard?

In the year 2017, our nation witnessed a historical event. The Republic of India stood before the Supreme Court of India and argued that they have complete and absolute control over the privacy of their citizens. It contended that privacy was an “elitist” affair and its surveillance powers have no constitutional limits and, under theContinue reading “Aarogya Setu: A Vulnerable Bodyguard?”

Disaster Management Act and The Novel Coronavirus

On March 11, 2020, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyeses, in his media briefing of the novel coronavirus, announced that based on WHO’s assessment of the threat possessed by the coronavirus, WHO has decided to declare the current situation as a pandemic. He further appealed to the nations all over the world to actively take steps andContinue reading “Disaster Management Act and The Novel Coronavirus”