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Feb 21, 2018
Mumbai: Senior TV journalist assaulted by eight passengers inside local trainA senior TV journalist was allegedly attacked by around eight passengers inside a local train on the Western Railway line on Wednesday morning, a railway police official said.
Oct 24, 2017
Journalist organisations slam Rajasthan's draconian gag order, say it restrains media from acting as a watchdogLeading 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.
Sep 23, 2017
KJ Singh murdered: Journalists' body condemns killing, urges Punjab to quickly nab culpritsThe Indian Journalists Union (IJU) Saturday strongly condemned the killing of senior journalist KJ Singh and his mother in Mohali and urged the state government to track down the killers
Mar 18, 2016
Accusations against Gilani are serious, seditious: Delhi policeAllegations against ex-Delhi University (DU) lecturer SAR Gilani are grievous and whatever he has said is against the country, the police told a court
Mar 17, 2016
Delhi court to hear bail plea of former DU lecturer SAR Geelani on FridayA Delhi court will hear on Friday the arguments on the bail application moved by former DU lecturer SAR Geelani.
Feb 16, 2015
There is no proof that mobile radiation causes cancerAt a time when various studies are going on whether radiation from mobile phones is harmful for health, an US expert Saturday said no study or research has proved that non-ionizing radiation, as produced by these devices, causes cancer.
Feb 04, 2014
Shiv Sena workers demand Pak musicians be sent backShiv Sena workers barged into the Mumbai Press Club to disrupt the performance of an Indian-Pakistani band.
Nov 22, 2013
Indian media calls Tejpal allegations 'shocking and shameful'Asserting that it was "horrified" to hear of the incident, the Press Club of India said: "This is a slur on the name of Indian journalism which has many shortcomings but making the workplace unsafe for women was not supposed to be one of them."
Jun 08, 2012
Shopping, Clubbing, Ambience: A weekend in MelbourneMelbourne, Australia's second-largest city, is a vibrant metropolis packed with cultural attractions, historical sites and charming back lane cafes.
May 22, 2012
Images: Sibal's no-cartoon diktat doesn't deter these cartoonistsAt an event in Delhi’s Press Club on Friday, some cartoonists took on the government by making caricatures of their choice. The idea was to convey the point that dissent and satire are integral parts of democracy. Here are some pictures from the event.