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July 19, 2019

Georgian Journalists Say Independen...

Georgian journalists staged a live on-air protest, after a European Court decision paved the way for the Rustavi-2 TV station, seen as an opposition channel, to pass into the ownership of a businessman they see as close to the government

July 17, 2019

Now a Days Journalism is a Risky Bu...

Now a days journalism increasingly a risky business.journalists around the world under direct attack.Apart from physical violence,cyber trolling also effect a journalist’s mental health specially women journalists often bullying for their opinions in social media

July 16, 2019

Journalists Across Pakistan Protest...

Journalists across Pakistan demonstrated to protest censorship, mass layoffs, and delayed wages on July 16. They say Pakistan’s military is pressuring media outlets to quash critical media coverage, while the government has scrapped lucrative advertising with private TV stations and newspapers

Afghan Radio Station Shuts Down Aft...

A private radio station in Afghanistan has shut down after numerous threats from a suspected Taliban commander who objected to women working as presenters, officials at the radio station said on Monday

July 14, 2019

‘Your Turn To Lie’: For...

Politicians should remember that journalists have the right to act as eyes and ears of the public.In Indian democracy, to win an election by hook or crook is more important than good governance. Hostile attitudes towards media is a dangerous and alarming trend. Polarization even in media, saddens us the most.

July 12, 2019

Family Members Welcome Expected Rel...

Family members hailed the anticipated release in August of jailed Vietnamese photojournalist Nguyen Dang Minh Man during a visit this week to her prison in northern Vietnam’s Than Hoa province, praising her courage behind bars during the last eight years

July 10, 2019

‘This Channel Is Currently Un...

Geo TV and the military have been at odds since 2014, when Geo TV anchor and journalist Hamid Mir was shot in the port city of Karachi. Mir accused the military’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency of ordering the assassination attempt

July 2, 2019

Thai Journalists, Activists Said to...

Thailand ranks 136th in the world press freedom index published by Reporters Without Borders earlier this year. The group classified Thailand as being in a “difficult situation” under the new pro-military Palang Pacharat government, led by former military coup leader Prayuth Chan-ocha

June 17, 2019

Haiti Journalists Demand Justice fo...

Petion Rospide, whose nickname was Douz, worked as a radio host for RSF (Radio Sans Fin) in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince. He was shot and killed as he made his way home after reporting on anti-corruption protests on June 10

June 15, 2019

Populist Leaders and Their Cronies ...

Politicians should remember that journalists have the right to act as eyes and ears of the public.In Indian democracy, to win an election by hook or crook is more important than good governance. Hostile attitudes towards media is a dangerous and alarming trend

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