Rahul Gandhi faces flak from journalists for calling ANI editor who interviewed Narendra Modi as 'pliable'
Delhi Journalist Association (DJA), an affiliate of National Union of Journalists described Rahul Gandhi's comments as "unwarranted and unbecoming of a senior leader of a national political party."
Journalists' groups 'disappointed' with MJ Akbar's statement on sexual misconduct charges, demand that he step down from post
The statement by a group of journalists' associations came the day MJ Akbar filed a criminal defamation case against Priya Ramani, who was the first to publicly accuse him of sexual misconduct.
Indian Women's Press Corps raises concern, calls for action over sexual misconduct allegations in media
The IWPC pointed out that all media houses have a legal obligation to set up internal complaints committees in every branch office and disseminate information about what constitutes sexual harassment.
Nirmala Sitharaman's 'anti-India forces at JNU' remarks show disregard for the office of Minister of Defence
As a JNU alumna, Sitharaman may hold views about her alma mater, but as defence minister, she does not have the freedom to air her opinions in public
Rahul Gandhi meets women journalists: Scribes identifying themselves on the basis of gender turn back the clock
Why should women journalists claim exclusivity, and a separateness that goes against the very grain of journalism?
Aadhaar data breach: Press bodies condemn UIDAI's FIR against The Tribune, its reporter Rachna Khaira
Various press bodies including the Press Club of India, the Editors Guild, Indian Women's Press Corps, Press Association and the Mumbai Press Club condemned the lodging of FIR against The Tribune reporter who exposed the vulnerability of the Aadhaar data
Journalist organisations slam Rajasthan's draconian gag order, say it restrains media from acting as a watchdog
Leading journalist organisations, including the Press Club of India and the Indian Women's Press Corps, on Tuesday slammed the "draconian" Criminal Laws (Rajasthan Amendment) Bill, 2017 tabled by the Rajasthan government.
Tripura journalist Shantanu Bhowmick's killing a grim reminder of small-town reporters' vulnerability, say senior editors
Reporter Shantanu Bhowmick's killing in Tripura was a grim reminder of the vulnerability of small-town journalists, senior editors and media persons who gathered to mourn said.
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.
Journalists associations on Monday unanimously condemned the one-day ban on <em>NDTV India</em> news channel, terming it as a selective move by the government.