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Oct 23, 2017
31 journalists killed in 30 years in India's North East: Lack of police follow-up has media worriedWhile Assam has had the most journalists killed, its sister states Manipur, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh also don’t fare well.
Aug 21, 2017
Re-imagining Mumbai: FPJ-IMC forum to discuss ways to make the city cleaner and less congestedWaste management is one issue that needs to be addressed effectively to make the Mumbai a cleaner city.
Jul 13, 2017
US ISPs respond to the net neutrality protest as they support an 'open internet'There had been about 6 million filings on net neutrality's overturn made to the FCC as of Tuesday night, both supporting and opposing the policy; that had risen to 6.7 million Wednesday afternoon.
Jul 08, 2017
After Netflix, Facebook and Google join the net neutrality campaign on 12 JulyThe July 12 campaign is reminiscent of another day in 2012 when the tech industry rebelled against a controversial copyright bill known as SOPA by altering or even blacking out their websites.
Jun 28, 2017
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press movie review - Netflix docu is wake-up call for journalismThese are scary times, especially for journalism. The arrival of Nobody Speak: The Trial of the Free Press on Netflix therefore is incredibly significant.
Jun 16, 2017
Netflix plans to join Amazon, Reddit and others on 12 July in protest to save net neutrality in the USNetflix gains a tremendous advantage by supporting net neutrality as Internet providers might otherwise try to restrict access to video services.
Jun 12, 2017
Hamid Ansari says India's freedom struggle closely linked to journalists, society needs free pressRecalling the contribution of journalists to the Indian freedom struggle, Hamid Ansari said democracy needs free press and the same goes for society as well
Jun 05, 2017
Of 'presstitutes' and media: Don't blame just BJP, art of sycophancy emerged during Congress reignAfter the recent fracas on live television between NDTV anchor Nidhi Razdan and BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra, here’s a word or two about “presstitutes”.
May 03, 2017
On World Press Freedom Day, PM Modi say free media vital for democracyOn the World Press Freedom Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday expressed unwavering support to the freedom of the media, saying it is essential in democracy.
Mar 08, 2017
Manipur Election 2017: BJP blames Manipur CEO for ads goof-up, set to file counter FIRThe Manipur unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to file a counter-FIR against the State Election Commission (SEC) for "mentally harassing" the party's office bearers, and for allegedly creating confusion with regards to advertisements that were published in local dailies in Imphal, Manipur, on 3 March.