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Apr 10, 2018
PCI reconstitution: Prominent media bodies write to Narendra Modi, urge PM's intervention to defer council meetAhead of the Press Council of India meeting, eight media bodies have sought Narendra Modi's intervention to defer the meet of the "truncated" council, alleging that the PCI chairman has adopted "arbitrary" procedure to reconstitute it
Sep 28, 2017
Tarun Tejpal rape case: Goa court to frame charges against former Tehelka editor today; lawyer may seek postponementA sessions court in Goa on Thursday will frame charges against former Tehelka editor-in-chief Tarun Tejpal in connection with alleged rape of a colleague
Nov 08, 2016
NDTV India ban: Journalists associations unite to condemn move by govtJournalists associations on Monday unanimously condemned the one-day ban on NDTV India news channel, terming it as a selective move by the government.
Aug 07, 2016
Indian journalists barred even from standing outside gates of Saarc meet venue in PakistanIndian journalists, who went to cover the Saarc Home Ministers' conference in Islamabad, had to face hostile Pakistani officials, who not only denied them access to the inaugural function but also barred them from standing at the entrance of the venue where their Interior Minister was to receive dignitaries, leading to tense moments.
Jul 28, 2016
Barkha Dutt faces flak on social media for lashing out at Arnab GoswamiWhile Barkha Dutt lashed out at Arnab Goswami for calling other Indian news channels as sympathisers of terrorists and "pro-Pakistan" on his 26 July show, Dutt was, in turn, slammed on social media for reacting the way she did.
Jul 17, 2016
Kashmir Unrest: Indian Journalists Union protests against the 'clampdown' on mediaCalling it an "attack" on the freedom of the press, Indian Journalists Union (IJU) has protested the alleged "clampdown" on the media in Kashmir Valley and demanded that it be allowed to function unhindered.
May 03, 2016
The vulnerable watchdog: On World Press Freedom Day, here's a look at media independenceOn World Press Freedom Day, here is a look at the independence of the media around the world, and the varied threats it faces.
Jun 01, 2015
Book excerpt: Stalled promotions, pesky editors and other truths of journalism in IndiaExit Interview, published by Rupa Publications, is a work of fiction where journalist Rasha Roy moves from one job to another.
Apr 10, 2015
VK Singh and the P-word: Media should learn to take it on the chinOne quotes Swinton because there has been a hullabaloo over Minister of State for External Affairs, VK Singh's tweets about "presstitutes" in the media.
May 16, 2014
Pakistani media questions expulsion of Indian journalistsThe Pakistan government needs to make its position clear now as to why two Indian journalists have been asked to leave the country