No Primetime Segment as anti-Muslim slurs rocked parliament last Thursday

Anti-Muslim slurs against MP in parliament do not make the cut for commercial new media channels (“mainstream media”) even as social media was ablaze with outrage last Friday

TO BE LIKE RIVERS- Reimagining India in Authoritarian Times, a soul cry from India’s North East

There can never be One Nation, One Law, One Belief to encapsulate our multi layered identities, relationships and ways of being, writes Angela Rangad from Meghalaya as she a Khasi Christian Tribal woman political activist addresses an increasingly majoritarian India.

Gauri Lankesh assassination: 6 years down, no closure for family and friends, justice elusive

With the case against journalist's killers moving at a snail's pace and 83 witnesses examined, there is growing demand for a special court to hear the case exclusively

Press Club of India condemns FIR against Editor’s Guild of India (EGI), criminalising journalism

The Press Club of India has strongly condemned the actions of the Manipur police in lodging of filing a police case against three members of a fact finding committee of the Editors Guild of India (EGI) and its President on the media coverage of the ethnic clashes and violence in Manipur.

Blocking of Kashmir Walla condemned: NWMI

The Network of Women in Media (NWMI) has condemned the latent censorship in the act of blocking the Kashmir Walla

DUJ Protests freezing of media accounts

The Delhi Union of Journalists has registered its strong protest at the repeated moves to muffle media voices in several parts of the country.

One more case of centralisation & executive overreach: Press & Registration of Periodicals Bill, 2023

From powers of search and seizure, a plethora of provisions threatens media freedoms

RSS weekly Organiser ordered to take down article claiming principal of Christian school is exploiting nuns, students: Delhi HC

The Court observed that the reports were published in a reckless manner without any factual verification and were tarnishing the image and reputation of the school principal.

CJP escalates complaint against Times Now Navbharat show on Gyanvapi Mosque to NBDSA

The show made contentious, one-sided and misinformed statements regarding the Supreme Court and the ASI Survey of the Gyanvapi Mosque

Woman seen heckling old Muslim man not “reporter” but part of right-wing ecosystem of hate

Controversial rise of YouTube channel ‘The Rajdharma’ has raised concerns about the mislabelling of content on the internet as journalism, boding ill for a serious dilution of both journalism and ethics.

Attack on freedom of speech: CPI(M) leader receives call from police over meme on Savarkar

When Sadique Basha questioned them on the law under which police took notice of the social media meme, the police backed down


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