World  /  Published 10.09.21

Afghan journalists beaten up for covering protest

Both men’s faces were bruised and cut in the pictures, which were verified by Reuters. Asked about the incident, an acting Taliban minister said that any attack on journalists would be investig...
By New York Times News Service and Reuters in Kabul

World  /  Published 09.09.21

Afghan scribes beaten by Taliban security forces

According to the LA Times the Taliban also stopped its journalists from photographing the protesting women; the foreign correspondents, however, were only forced to leave the area. The LA Times also ...
By Our Bureau and Agencies in New Delhi

World  /  Published 26.08.21

Mexico’s role bares state of US govt

A group of Afghans who worked for The New York Times, along with their families, touched down safely early on Wednesday — not in New York or Washington, but at Benito Juarez International Airpor...
By Ben Smith in New York

World  /  Published 21.08.21

Afghan scribes face threats

As the US and other countries accelerate efforts to get Afghan allies out of the country, Afghan journalists employed by foreign news organisations are facing a more perilous route to safety from the ...
By James C. McKinley Jr., Michael M. Grynbaum, Tiffany Hsu, Katie Robertson in New York

India  /  Published 18.08.21

Action on cops beating up scribes

Jammu and Kashmir police chief Dilbag Singh on Wednesday directed "immediate action" against a police officer involved in the beating of journalists during a Muharram procession in the city,...
By Our Bureau, PTI in Srinagar


India  /  Published 17.08.21

J&K: Cops beat up journalists

Police on Tuesday lathicharged and thrashed a group of journalists covering a Muharram procession in Srinagar, evoking criticism from various quarters. Police also detained a few Shia mourners at Jeh...
By Our Bureau, PTI in Srinagar

India  /  Published 05.08.21

SC: Pegasus allegations serious

By Our Bureau, PTI in New Delhi

India  /  Published 01.08.21

SC set to hear pleas on Pegasus on August 6

The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear on August 5 the pleas, including the one filed by senior journalists N Ram and Sashi Kumar, who have sought an independent probe by a sitting or a retired judge ...
By Our Bureau, PTI

World  /  Published 19.07.21

US journalists won't be forced to reveal source

The US government pledged Monday to steer clear of legal orders that force journalists to reveal their sources, with only rare exceptions, reversing course after revelations of secret efforts to obtai...
By Our Bureau, Agencies in Washington

India  /  Published 18.07.21

40 Indian journalists spied upon by Pegasus software

Pegasus, an Israeli-made spyware, was in the news in the later months of 2019. In October 2019, WhatsApp said it was suing NSO Group, an Israeli surveillance firm that was behind the technology for Pe...
By Our Bureau in Calcutta


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