In a statement, the guild said it is perturbed by the 'unprovoked' advisory issued by the Press Council of India on 25 November to the media
Condemning Sharma's arrest, the Press Club of India also said that the police should provide pertinent details "so that a defence may be possible to construct"
Tablighi Jamaat case: SC says complaints accusing media of communal hatred should first go to NBA, PCI
The top court had earlier sought reports from the two media regulatory bodies on the pleas of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind and Peace Party accusing a section of the media of spreading communal hatred
Deepa Malik confirms retiring from sport in September, says didn’t make news public while running for Indian Paralympic chief
Deepa Malik, the first Indian woman to claim a medal in the Paralympic Games, has retired from active sports, a decision she took before becoming the Paralympic Committee of India President earlier this year but revealed only on Monday.
Sports ministry awards 54 NSFs recognition till September, leaves out governing bodies for Paralympics and rowing
The Paralympic Committee of India (PCI), Rowing Federation of India (RFI) and School Games Federation of India (SGFI) were the ones denied recognition once again
Coronavirus Outbreak: Paralympic Committee of India donates 500 PPE kits to Delhi government, will give another 1000 to Centre
The Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kits to the Delhi state government, contributing in country's fight against COVID-19 pandemic.
The order had mentioned that “it is imperative to apply and implement various measures for maintaining public safety in all aspects and to control dissemination of misleading information about AYUSH drugs and services”.
PCI takes note of alleged misbehaviour with journalist by Mumbai Police, issues notice to Maharashtra govt
The Press Council of India (PCI) on Thursday took note of the alleged misbehaviour with the journalist of a daily in Mumbai by the local police and said it views such incidents with concern.
The Press Council of India (PCI) is likely to issue an advisory to the media to abstain from using the word 'Dalit' in their reports.
Press Council of India tells media to refrain from identifying children harassed in sexual offences, involved in criminal offences
The Press Council of India (PCI) has asked media to refrain from disclosing the identity of children involved in criminal offences and those harassed in sexual offences.
Fake news has become like “cancer” and there is need for “surgery” to deal with it, senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has said.
PCI reconstitution: Prominent media bodies write to Narendra Modi, urge PM's intervention to defer council meet
Ahead 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
Expressing concern over flouting of procedure while reconstituting the 13th PCI, various media associations jointly demanded the government's intervention.
PCI says 'nothing wrong' if govt intends to check fake news, but independent body should decide veracity of articles
There is nothing wrong or obnoxious if a government intends to take remedial steps to check fake news but an independent statutory authority should decide on its veracity, the Press Council of India said
I&B ministry's guidelines against fake news: Smriti Irani says Centre willing to engage with journalists' bodies to fight menace
A day after the information and broadcasting ministry put out guidelines against fake news, Union minister Smriti Irani said that the Centre is willing to engage with journalists' bodies or organisations to fight the "menace".
Para-swimmer Prasanta Karmakar suspended by PCI for recording videos of female swimmers; athlete refutes charges
The PCI revealed that a written complaint was received against Karmakar regarding acts of misconduct, misbehaviour and manhandling by the Arjuna awardee swimmer.
A nine-member delegation of Tripura journalists met Union Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office Jitendra Singh on Monday to demand a CBI probe into the murder of two journalists from the state
It is disturbing that Kanchanmala Pande succeeded in creating the impression that she was not only left for fend for herself but also had to ‘beg and borrow’ in an alien land.
The Allahabad High Court has declined to entertain a PIL seeking a direction to restrain the electronic and print media from alleged glorification of the Kairana incident which may disturb communal harmony.
The PCI condemned the brutal murder of two media persons in Bihar and Jharkhand, while demanding action against the culprits.