Andhra Pradesh government organises two-day free health camp for journalists
He along with Minister for Health Vidadala Rajini inaugurated a free medical camp for journalists and their family members at Andhra Loyola Engineering College in Vijayawada on Saturday.
MHA to prepare SOPs for safety, security of journalists
The step is being taken after three assailants posing as journalists killed Ahmad and his brother Ashraf in Prayagraj on Saturday night while they were speaking to reporters.
Hope Chinese authorities would facilitate continued presence of Indian journalists in China: MEA
China has sought reciprocal measures from India for the facilitation of its journalists even as it defended its recent move to freeze the visas of the two Indian correspondents.
Burkina Faso expels 2 French journalists, no reason given
The correspondents were each questioned separately about their work by state security on Friday. Faivre was ordered to leave that evening and Douce the following day, they both arrived in Paris Sunday
79-year-old murder case to reopen soon
With their play ‘Lakshmikanthan’, The Madras Players will stage one of the famous murder cases of Chennai
LeT militants, handlers booked for threatening journalists online
TRF had issued an online threat to a few media houses in the valley "for their traitorous" acts and "nexus with fascist Indian regime.
Drop case against journalists in extortion case: AIADMK leader O Panneerselvam
Panneerselvam sought the case against the journalists be dropped immediately and a probe ordered on the 'sudden spectacular growth' of the construction company.
Europa League semifinal: West Ham probes report of fan violence on two German radio commentators
German newspaper Bild said that fans seated behind the commentators punched them and pulled a headset off one of them during Thursday night's first leg, which Frankfurt won 2-1
UN expresses concern over detention of two Afghan journalists
Journalists in the provinces have described Taliban members as threatening, detaining, and beating them and their colleagues who were trying to report the news, the HRW said.
Centre announces probe into Pandora Papers as top businessmen, celebrities appear in list
On Sunday, the ICIJ involving had released a 2.94 terabyte data trove, based on 12 million leaked documents linked to wealthy elites from over 200 countries.
50 journalists were killed worldwide in 2020, Mexico found most dangerous
Eighty-four percent of those killed this year were "deliberately targeted" for their work, RSF said in its annual report, compared to 63 percent in 2019.
Delhi HC advises Rajya Sabha to consider permanent passes to freelance journos
The petition was filed by Anil Chamadia, who said the policy "promotes company-owned journalism, not journalism as a whole and denies access to first-hand information."
Sabarimala opening HIGHLIGHTS: Section 144 to be imposed at four places near shrine
With the protest intensifying, Pathanamthitta district administration has imposed Section 144 at Sannidhanam, Pamba, Nilakkal and Ilavunkal.
UNESCO Director-General condemns the killing of 'Rising Kashmir' editor-in-chief Shujaat Bukhari
UNESCO promotes the safety of journalists through global awareness-raising and capacity-building through the UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity.
Newseum honours Gauri Lankesh, Sudip Dutta Bhaumik among 18 journalists killed in 2017 in the line of duty
Each year, the Newseum selects a representative group of journalists whose names are added to the memorial and whose deaths illustrate the dangers faced by journalists around the world.
Editors Guild condemns threats to journalists, seeks action
The Editors Guild of India on Sunday condemned threats of physical violence and abusive social media attacks on several journalists.
North Korea allows South Korean journalists to cover nuclearā test closing
North Korea had earlier refused to allow South Korean journalists into the country to witness the event, raising worries about the prospect for recently improving ties.
Timeline of attacks in Afghanistan's Kabul in 2018
Two suicide blasts claimed by the Islamic State jihadist group ripped through Kabul on Monday and killed at least 25 people.
World Press Freedom Index report: India's ranking falls due to violence against journalists, hate crimes
India's ranking in the Press Freedom Index has fallen two places to 138, a watchdog said today in an annual report, blaming "physical violence" against journalists like Gauri Lankesh as the key reason
Journalists faced arrest, assault in United States: Watchdog
Journalists in the United States were assaulted 45 times last year, and 34 were arrested while covering news, a report from a media rights watchdog said.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test