Editors Guild condemns recent attacks on journalists in Delhi and Bengaluru, urges authorities to act
The Bengaluru incident highlights law enforcement's failure to maintain an environment where the media can function without fear, the guild said.
Editors Guild of India slams FIR against journalist over report on PM’s adopted village, says it will 'seriously undermine’ media freedom
The Editors' Guild of India on Friday described as an "overreaction" the filing of an FIR in Uttar Pradesh against a journalist over a report on the impact of the coronavirus-induced lockdown on a village
Supreme Court stays coercive action against Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami for three weeks
It also said that Arnab Goswami can later file anticipatory bail plea in connection with the FIRs after three weeks and he should cooperate with the investigating agency.
SC to hear Arnab Goswami's petition today; plea seeks stay on FIRs lodged against him in multiple states
The Supreme Court on Friday will hear Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami petition seeking that no coercive action should be taken on the first information reports (FIR's) filed against him across India from multiple states for allegedly defaming Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Bar and Bench reported.
Republic TV's editor Arnab Goswami and wife allegedly attacked on way home in Mumbai; police arrests two in connection
Two persons were arrested on Thursday morning for allegedly attacking Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami and his wife Samyabrata Ray in Mumbai.
Editors Guild slams J&K enforcement agencies' action against journalists Masrat Zahra, Peerzada Ashiq, demands withdrawal of charges
The Editors Guild of India on Tuesday expressed concern over the "high-handed manner" in which the law enforcement agencies in Jammu and Kashmir used prevailing laws aganst The Hindu journalist Peerzada Ashiq and freelance photographer Mazrat Zahra
Coronavirus Outbreak: Editors Guild of India criticises govt stance on news coverage, objects to UP cops' action against The Wire
In a statement published on Twitter, the Editors Guild of India stated that it finds the advice of the Supreme Court 'gratuitous and unnecessary.'
'Deplorable act': Editors Guild of India slams BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya's Twitter poll targetting Rajdeep Sardesai
The Editors Guild of India on Saturday issued a statement condemning BJP's Information Technology cell head Amit Malviya for putting up a Twitter poll targetting veteran journalist Rajdeep Sardesai.
Communication lockdown in J&K "draconian", says Editors Guild; journalist moves SC seeking lifting of restrictions on press in state
'The lockdown (in Kashmir) is almost total and draconian for the vibrant local media,' said a statement released by the Editors Guild of India on Saturday.
Spat between Nirmala Sitharaman, scribes over North Block 'gag' undermines credibility of media, govt
Many journalists invited by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to her post-Budget dinner on Friday night have decided to boycott it in response to an order barring even government-accredited journalists access to the finance ministry’s North Block offices without prior appointments
Editors Guild of India urges govt to withdraw restrictions on access to finance ministry, criticises Nirmala Sitharaman's decision
Editors Guild of India urged the government to withdraw curbs that have reduced journalists’ access to officials in the finance ministry. Restrictions will confine journalists at the front of the main finance ministry building rather than allowing them to move freely within its corridors.
Editors Guild condemns finance ministry restricting entry of journalists into North Block, calls it 'gag on media freedom'
The Editors Guild of India on Wednesday issued a statement condemning the finance ministry's move to restrict entry of journalists into the North Block.
Prashant Kanojia vs Yogi Adityanath: What's the Pulitzer-kind of journalism we are defending in name of press freedom here?
If, after what he has one, Prashant Kanojia is to be the face of India’s press freedom, there is a serious problem with the way the media has internalised that freedom.
Republic Day ban on Kashmiri journalists part of state government's longstanding effort to scare scribes into silence
On Republic Day, several veteran journalists were denied entry into the stadium in Srinagar, where Khursheed Ganai, unfurled the National Flag and saluted it
Editor's Guild issues statement on barring of Kashmiri journalists from R-Day event; calls it 'State-sponsored attack on press freedom'
The Kashmiri journalist community, following this, boycotted the ceremony on Saturday in protest against the police action.
Editors Guild of India responds to Rahul Gandhi's 'pliable' journalist jibe, says labelling scribes has emerged 'favourite tactic'
The Editors Guild of India on Thursday said it believes journalists should claim no immunity from healthy and civilised criticism, but at the same time their labelling has emerged as a "favourite tactic" on the part of the establishment to discredit, delegitimise and intimidate them.
Daily Bulletin: Rahul Gandhi likely to announce CMs of Rajasthan, MP and Chhattisgarh; KCR to take oath as Telangana CM; day's top stories
Rahul is expected to announce his decision on the chief ministers of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh today; KCR to take oath as chief minister of Telangana; day's top stories
Editors Guild of India suspends MJ Akbar, Tarun Tejpal over sexual misconduct charges; seeks response from Gautam Adhikari
The Editors Guild of India on Wednesday suspended the memberships of former Union minister MJ Akbar and ex-Tehelka editor-in-chief Tarun Tejpal over allegations of sexual misconduct.
Citing continued inclusion of Akbar, Tejpal, Gautam Adhikari on rolls, Mrinal Pande, Mythili Bhusnurmath resign from Editors Guild of India
Mrinal Pande and Mythili Bhusnurmath expressed their intention to quit the Editors Guild of India as MJ Akbar, Gautam Adhikari and Tarun Tejpal — three men accused of sexual harassment and assault — continued to be counted as members.