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Students Lampooned and the Bihar Board Lurks

If the state board had credible information about the mass use of unfair means in the examination conducted by it, why didn’t it cancel the same and reconduct the entire examination? Instead, it chose the convenient way out of reviewing and humiliating the candidates, shirking its own accountability and failure.


Supreme Court's Decision on Reporting of Proceedings

The media should not see the Supreme Court's recent decision on reporting of judicial proceedings as a staggering overreaction by the judiciary. It should instead build on the clarity that the Court has brought to the issue and cast itself as a participant in - rather than a victim of - orders aimed at striking a balance between the freedom of the press and the right of a litigant to a fair trial.

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