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Jul 04, 2017
GST rollout: Jammu and Kashmir scribes cry attack on press freedom as speaker restricts coverage of Assembly debateJammu and Kashmir MLAs came at loggerheads with the BJP-PDP government outside the state Assembly after a gag order restricted journalists from covering the special session to discuss GST rollout
Dec 28, 2016
Kashmir Reader back on stands after govt vacates three-month ban on dailyProminent daily newspaper Kashmir Reader was back on the stands on Wednesday after a gap of three months. A ban was imposed on the newspaper on 2 October by the state government during the unrest in Kashmir Valley.
Dec 13, 2016
Kashmir Reader ban: Two months on, an oppressive silence prevailsIt has now been over two months since the Jammu and Kashmir government banned Kashmir Reader, a Srinagar–based English daily. But barring a few and rare voices of protest that have been audible – coming primarily from the staff at the daily itself – an oppressive silence has prevailed in most quarters.
Nov 04, 2016
Kashmir Reader ban: India's new zeal to tame media reflects ruthlessness of British-eraKashmiri journalism, heroic largely, has not been demoralised but intimidated quite often. In Kashmir, therefore, developing a strong awareness of "caution" is part of the journalistic grooming, says Mir Hilal, editor of Kashmir Reader which was banned on 2 October
Oct 11, 2016
NDTV versus Kashmir Reader: Are we able to see through the smokescreen?While the Editor's guild has chosen to speak for a banned newspaper (Kashmir Reader), we haven’t heard anything about the curious case of NDTV where the news channel dropped the Chidambaram's interview. Especially when the guild’s website lists Barkha Dutt herself as one of the executive committee members (at least in 2014-15). What are we supposed to make of this silence? What is the criteria for intervention, or non-intervention, for that matter?
Oct 10, 2016
Editor's Guild asks Mehbooba Mufti to reconsider ban on newspaper Kashmir ReaderThe Editor's Guild of India has asked the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to look into the complaint of a daily newspaper published from the state which alleged it had arbitrarily been asked to cease publication.
Oct 06, 2016
Even in difficult times, primary duty is to report: Mir Hilal, editor of banned daily Kashmir ReaderFirstpost spoke to Mir Hilal, the editor of the Kashmir Reader, which is known for its anti-establishment stand in Jammu and Kashmir.
May 25, 2016
Journalists in Kashmir asked to leave army event for not standing up for national anthemTwo journalists were asked by an army officer to leave an event which they were covering in Srinagar after they did not stand up for the national anthem.