Police said the editors were arrested on suspicion of foreign collusion to endanger national security, based on over 30 articles that authorities said had called for international sanctions.
Sulabh Srivastava, recently ran a news story against the liquor mafia, and two days back, he had written to the a senior police officer seeking protection.
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu lauded journalists for working tirelessly to bring information to the people amid a pandemic.
It accused the supporters of the ruling BJP of creating an 'intimidating environment' for journalists critical of the government, who are routinely labelled as 'anti-national' or 'anti-state'.
A study of the public's attitude toward the press reveals that distrust goes deeper than partisanship and down to how journalists define their very mission.
Myanmar's military has escalated force as it attempts to quell an uprising against its rule, deploying tear gas, rubber bullets and, increasingly, live rounds.
Two prominent Australian outlets withdrew their correspondents from China after they were questioned by Chinese authorities, Sputnik reported.
The government says the new regulation on aerial drones, in force since January 1, protects privacy and sets safety standards.
Delhi journalist Neha Dixit was stalked, threatened with rape, murder, and viciously trolled and an attempt to break into her apartment was also made, the Indian Women’s Press Corps observed.
The freelance journalist was arrested while covering the violence at the farmers’ protest site at Singhu Border last week.
The group said that targeted killings of journalists surged in 2020, accounting for 84 per cent of deaths, sharply up from 63 per cent in 2019.
According to the investigators, Rauf was planning to flee the country in the early hours of Saturday, but was apprehended by Bureau of Immigration officials at Trivandrum airport.
Fayaz Lolu, Mudasir Qadri and Junaid Rafiq also claimed that their equipment was seized by the policemen who took them to a police post after physically assaulting them.
He was associated with a private TV Channel for ten years as a cameraman and was running his own web channel.
NTV said last week that journalist Alexei Petrushko and cameraman Ivan Malyshkin were arrested by police in Istanbul on Thursday morning.