In this second part of the interview with Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, P. Sainath, talks about media and how it is distinct from journalism. Sainath says that media today is owned by big corporate houses, which is interested in producing stenographers and not journalists.
It did not matter to him that he was attacking his wife in front of a police station. Hausabai Patil’s drunken husband began thrashing her mercilessly. “My back started to ache with all the beatings,” […]
The People’s Archive of Rural India (PARI) is the newest platform on rural India combining audio, video, still photo, text online featuring the work of scores of journalists, photographers, filmmakers and others […]
The exhibit, Visible Work, Invisible Women: Women & Work in Rural India mixes text with visuals and brings home the astonishing but unacknowledged contribution that poor rural women make to the national economy. It opened […]