Press Freedom
Opinion  /  Published 13.10.21

Truth triumphs: Nobel Peace Prize

Journalism’s obituary has been written quite a few times. For instance, in the modern world, the plummeting revenues of traditional journalistic platforms — the print media, for instance &...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 16.08.21

Democracy and the Argumentative Indian

"Just consider how terrible the day of your death will be./ Others will go on speaking, and you will not be able to argue back.” Amartya Sen quotes Raja Ram Mohan Roy’s poem to demons...
By Faisal C.K

Opinion  /  Published 02.08.21

Pegasus: Inside the panopticon

The allegations of governments spying on their citizens with Pegasus, a spyware developed by an Israeli firm, is an unwitting revelation of the bigotry of some of these nations. India’s prime mi...
By Samir Nazareth

India  /  Published 23.07.21

EGI: Govt trying to curb freedom

The Editors Guild of India on Friday said it is worried that government agencies are being used as a "coercive tool" to suppress free and independent journalism. Its remarks come after the ...
By Our Bureau, PTI in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 23.07.21

Tax whip on media houses

These are rather taxing times for the media fraternity. As if thinning revenue streams on account of a faltering economy lashed by the pandemic are not enough, media companies are having to contend wi...
By The Editorial Board


Opinion  /  Published 08.07.21

The predators of press freedom

Predation does not obey frontiers. Perhaps that is the principal inference that needs to be drawn from the list compiled by Reporters Sans Frontieres that has brought together, according to the intern...
By The Editorial Board

India  /  Published 07.07.21

'Darkest' tag on denial of freedom

By Our Bureau in New Delhi

India  /  Published 17.06.21

Guild: revoke FIRs against journalists

The Editors Guild of India (EGI) on Thursday demanded that the FIR lodged by the Uttar Pradesh Police against a news portal and some journalists for circulating a video clip of an elderly Muslim man o...
By Our Bureau and Agencies in New Delhi

World  /  Published 02.06.21

Rejected: Cyber libel case against scribe

A Philippine court on Tuesday dismissed a cyber libel case against award-winning journalist Maria Ressa, which was one of several lawsuits against her and news site Rappler, which have put President R...
By Reuters in Manila

World  /  Published 23.04.21

Hong Kong scribe found guilty

A Hong Kong court found a journalist guilty on Thursday of making false statements to obtain data for a documentary on the police handling of a mob attack on pro-democracy protesters, reporters and by...
By Reuters in Hong Kong


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