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Jagendra Singh, deceased UP-based journalist, gets Press Club award for bravery in journalism

Apr 27, 2016

Jagendra Singh, deceased UP-based journalist, gets Press Club award for bravery in journalism

UP-based journalist Jagendra Singh, who was killed allegedly for his exposes on illegal sand mining and other misdemeanours, was honoured posthumously. #Uttar Pradesh #India #Media #NewsTracker #Journalism #UP #award #Illegal sand mining #Mumbai Press Club #Shareworthy #Jagendra Singh #RedInk Veer Patrakar Puraskar
Jamshedpur: Six scribes injured in lathicharge, three cops suspended

Apr 11, 2016

Jamshedpur: Six scribes injured in lathicharge, three cops suspended

Six journalists were injured in police lathicharge in Jamshedpur prompting the authorities to suspend three constables and close its officer-in-charge. #India #Media #BJP #Jamshedpur #Police #Jharkhand #Lathicharge #journalists
Shadow lines: Tragic tale of a Kingfisher employee and Vijay Mallya's righteous indignation

Mar 12, 2016

Shadow lines: Tragic tale of a Kingfisher employee and Vijay Mallya's righteous indignation

Vijay Mallya is not an ordinary individual. He’s the man who owes Rs 9091.40 crore to public sector banks. The number of zeros in that sum may confuse any ordinary citizen #Media #UPA #Congress #BJP #Rajya Sabha #CBI #ConnectTheDots #Kingfisher Airlines #Vijay Mallya #NDA #Airhostess
Pakistani daily criticises Modi govt on minority rights, says it's creating 'climate of impunity'

Mar 07, 2016

Pakistani daily criticises Modi govt on minority rights, says it's creating 'climate of impunity'

India has long struggled to protect minority religious communities or provide justice when crimes occur, said a Pakistani daily. #World #India #Media #Religion #Pakistan #TheySaidIt #Asia #Minority rights #PM Narendra Modi #beef ban #Pakistani daily
Fourth Estate under attack: UP and Bihar register most attacks against journalists, says govt

Mar 01, 2016

Fourth Estate under attack: UP and Bihar register most attacks against journalists, says govt

Uttar Pradesh and Bihar have registered the highest number of cases, 63 and 22, respectively against various persons for attacking journalists during 2014, Minister of State for Home Affairs Haribhai Chaudhary said on Tuesday. #Uttar Pradesh #Media #New Delhi #NewsTracker #bIhar #Madhya Pradesh #journalists #cases against journalists]