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Police action against freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma 'high-handed', says Press Club of India
India

Police action against freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma 'high-handed', says Press Club of India

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
India

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

Delhi violence: Threatened, confronted and attacked, women journalists face ugly side of riots as mobs turn against those documenting chaos
India

Delhi violence: Threatened, confronted and attacked, women journalists face ugly side of riots as mobs turn against those documenting chaos

Coalition For Women In Journalism (CFWIJ), which has been documenting the attacks on women journalists documenting the Delhi violence has come across some unpleasant cases that have put scribes at severe risk

Cardi B releases a violent, graphic music video for her fiery new single, 'Press'
Entertainment

Cardi B releases a violent, graphic music video for her fiery new single, 'Press'

Cardi B had performed 'Press' at the recent BET Awards, where she also won best female hip-hop artist and album of the year for Invasion of Privacy.

Aliens abducting AN-32 aircraft to heat wave theory, Indian television news media serves up conspiracies with elan
India

Aliens abducting AN-32 aircraft to heat wave theory, Indian television news media serves up conspiracies with elan

In the past few days, the excellent media has brought to us at least two extraordinary stories that would otherwise have remained hidden from us because of the bias of the remaining presstitutes in the (poorly) Paid Media, namely: that aliens had abducted the AN-32 aircraft of the Indian Air Force that went missing in Arunachal Pradesh; and that North India is terribly hot because of our enemies, the evil Pakistanis, who are causing hot weather here. They are clearly succeeding in this nefarious design because the temperature reached a hellish 48 degrees in the holy city of Delhi, where so many sages live.

Another journalist held for 'defamatory content' against Yogi Adityanath; TV news channel editor remanded to 14-day custody
India

Another journalist held for 'defamatory content' against Yogi Adityanath; TV news channel editor remanded to 14-day custody

Another journalist at a Noida-based TV channel has been arrested allegedly over defamatory content against Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, said officials

'I wasn't afraid of talking to the press': Manmohan Singh takes a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Politics

'I wasn't afraid of talking to the press': Manmohan Singh takes a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Former prime minister Manmohan Singh took a dig at his successor Narendra Modi and said that he "wasn't the PM who was afraid of talking to the press."

How Khabar Lahariya's rural women reporters are bringing to light stories of national importance
Life

How Khabar Lahariya's rural women reporters are bringing to light stories of national importance

Khabar Lahariya is India's only women-run digital media agency, reaching over one million people a month, in some of the most remote areas of North India

On National Press Day, Narendra Modi wishes media fraternity, says govt committed to upholding freedom of expression
India

On National Press Day, Narendra Modi wishes media fraternity, says govt committed to upholding freedom of expression

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday wished journalists on "National Press Day" and said his government is "fully committed to upholding freedom of press

After pressure from Beijing, Cambridge University Press blocks access to scholarly articles online
News & Analysis

After pressure from Beijing, Cambridge University Press blocks access to scholarly articles online

CUP has blocked online access in China to hundreds of scholarly articles and book reviews on Chinese affairs after coming under pressure from Beijing.

Ram Nath Kovind meets officers of president's millitary wing, urges troops to fulfill responsibilities
India

Ram Nath Kovind meets officers of president's millitary wing, urges troops to fulfill responsibilities

In a first, President Ram Nath Kovind Saturday called a separate meeting of officers of the president's military wing within days of assuming office to acquaint himself with them

NDTV: Media has erred, charges of money laundering against channel are false; I-T Dept distorting ITAT verdict
India

NDTV: Media has erred, charges of money laundering against channel are false; I-T Dept distorting ITAT verdict

On Sunday, NDTV accused some media outlets of misreporting a recent Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) order which upheld a tax demand raised on $150 million investment by a US television network in NDTV in 2008.

Cattle slaughter row: Centre won’t impose any restrictions on choice of food, says Venkaiah Naidu
India

Cattle slaughter row: Centre won’t impose any restrictions on choice of food, says Venkaiah Naidu

M Venkaiah Naidu said that food is a personal choice and cannot be imposed on any one, amid a raging debate on beef ban in the country.

NDTV raids: Using journalists to bat for promoters defies media integrity, compromises channel's image
India

NDTV raids: Using journalists to bat for promoters defies media integrity, compromises channel's image

The NDTV has so far been seen to be in the media race for the “long haul”. But, by protesting too much and too early they are showing signs of being jittery and nervous.

Kashmir Reader ban: Two months on, an oppressive silence prevails
India

Kashmir Reader ban: Two months on, an oppressive silence prevails

It has now been over two months since the Jammu and Kashmir government banned Kashmir Reader, a Srinagar–based English daily. But barring a few and rare voices of protest that have been audible – coming primarily from the staff at the daily itself – an oppressive silence has prevailed in most quarters.

Philippine president forms panel to probe media violence, protect press
World

Philippine president forms panel to probe media violence, protect press

Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte has issued an administrative order to create a presidential task force to protect journalists and investigate attacks on media, in what is one of the world's most dangerous countries for the press

Kashmir unrest: Newspapers fail to hit the stands for 6th consecutive day
India

Kashmir unrest: Newspapers fail to hit the stands for 6th consecutive day

Local newspapers in curfew-bound Kashmir Valley failed to hit the stands for the sixth consecutive day on Wednesday, even as the state government said there were no restrictions on their printing and publishing.

Police launches a clampdown on media in Kashmir in bid to contain violence
India

Police launches a clampdown on media in Kashmir in bid to contain violence

The Mehbooba Mufti government has reportedly launched a major clampdown on the local media in an attempt to block news and information to contain the violence brewing in Jammu and Kashmir.

Trump steps up assault on US media, calls journalist 'a sleaze'
World

Trump steps up assault on US media, calls journalist 'a sleaze'

Controversial presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has stepped up his attack on the US media as he termed it "dishonest" and called a television journalist "a sleaze", promising to continue his assault on the press.