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Jul 14, 2017
UN urges Venezuelan govt to allow citizens to participate in unofficial referendum to rewrite constitutionThe United Nations called on Venezuela's government on Friday to let people take part in an unofficial referendum on the constitution and make sure security forces do not use excessive force against protestors
Jul 13, 2017
Gulf diplomatic crisis: UAE accuses Al-Jazeera of anti-Semitism, inciting religious hateA top UAE official on Wednesday accused Qatari broadcast giant Al-Jazeera of anti-Semitism, discrimination and inciting religious hate
Jul 07, 2017
Facebook assures Pakistan to remove blasphemous posts, prevent misuse of social mediaFacebook's vice president Joel Kaplan on Friday met Pakistan's Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan and discussed various measures being taken to remove blasphemous content from the popular social networking site
Jun 23, 2017
Gulf crisis: Al-Jazeera says Saudi Arabia's demand to close media house attack on 'freedom of expression'Qatar-based broadcaster Al-Jazeera said any move to close it down was an attack on media freedom, following demands by Gulf neighbours for the channel to be taken off air.
Jun 07, 2017
CBI raids on NDTV promoters: Why charges of 'assault on media freedom' do not flyAt a time when important questions are being raised in India about media freedom following CBI raids on the properties of NDTV proprietors, it is easy to overlook the fact that when it comes to freedom of expression, the turf is still heavily skewed in favour of the Congress-Left ecosystem.
Jun 06, 2017
CBI raids Prannoy Roy's house: Press bodies condemn attempt to 'intimidate media'Various press bodies on Tuesday expressed "deep concern" over the CBI raids at the residence of NDTV founder Prannoy Roy, saying they condemn any "attempt" to either "intimidate the media" or put curbs on its freedom.
May 13, 2017
Critique in caricature: Is political cartooning a dying art, or is there hope for its future?Amid a generation growing up on memes and gifs, have staff cuts and dwindling freelance budgets sentenced political cartoons to a decline?
May 04, 2017
UN reviews human rights in India: Excessive use of force in Kashmir, violence against minorities among key issuesThe UN Human Rights Council (UNHCR) has flagged a number of issues, including excessive use of force in Jammu and Kashmir, caste-based violence and violence against minorities and criminalisation of same-sex relations
Apr 30, 2017
Telecom Industry body says internet blockages not solution to criminal activitiesShutting down channels of communication during law and order crisis only heightens the state of paranoia amongst the citizens.
Apr 26, 2017
Kashmir unrest: State govt orders suspension of internet services for a monthJammu and Kashmir government has ordered the suspension of internet services in the trouble-hit valley for a period of one month or till further orders.