#MeToo Debate: Should media stop publishing MJ Akbar’s work?
Former editor and Minister of State for External Affairs, MJ Akbar is facing a slew of allegations of sexual misconduct. The complaints against him, still pouring in, have been triggered by the #MeToo campaign.
MJ Akbar and the law of himpathy: Why men are hired, rehired and rehabilitated where no one needs them - Nisha Susan
A former colleague wonders how MJ Akbar turned from a dreary, snooty journalist into a sexual predator . Bikram Vohra
The Hindustan Times triggered a discussion on Thursday by giving space to the former minister for a column on finance.
Although few men have spoken up about Akbar, the ones that have paint a picture of an editor with a well-oiled formula.by Rohan Venkataramakrishnan & M Rajshekhar
Women vs MJ Akbar: Human rights organisations write letter to Rajasthan DGP seeking support for Pallavi Gogai
A few women and human rights organisations wrote a letter to Rajasthan director general of police asking him to provide support to Pallavi Gogoi in filing an FIR against MJ Akbar.
Some of Akbar’s former colleagues who have spoken out against him are learnt to have informally approached members of the panel.
Editors Guild of India issues a statement in support of the women journalists who have been sexually harassed by MJ Akbar and urges him to withdraw his lawsuit against Priya Ramani.
The polity and its stakeholders have been given an open invitation to make a judgement about the creeping moral indifference at the highest level. - Harish Khare
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