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Before release Padmaavat’s special screening to a group of journalists in Delhi

Before release Padmaavat’s special screening to a group of journalists in Delhi. After facing a lot of controversies and death threats, the makers of magnum opus ‘Padmaavat’ have finally screened the movie to a group of journalists in the national capital. While everyone was in praises for Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor’s acting, they felt that the

Thai leader tells reporters to quiz cardboard mock-up

Thai leader tells reporters to quiz cardboard mock-up

Thai leader tells reporters to quiz cardboard mock-up: Thailand’s prime minister evaded journalists’ questions on Monday by bringing out a life-sized cardboard cutout of himself and telling the reporters to quiz it instead of him. Prayuth Chan-ocha then turned on his heel and walked off, leaving the mock-up behind, to bemused looks and awkward laughter from the

8 Indian Journalists who were brutally murdered

8 Indian Journalists who were brutally

Journalist Sagarika Ghose receive threat on social media

Journalist Sagarika Ghose receive threat on social media, FIR registered

Journalist Sagarika Ghose receive threat on Facebook. A Delhi Police cyber cell registered an FIR on Thursday against a man who openly threatened to eliminate five eminent persons. The FIR was registered following a complaint from a Journalists.   The names appears in the list of targets are Journalist Sagarika Ghose, Shobha De, Arundhati Roy,

Five Journalists honoured at Balwinder Grewal Memorial event

Balwinder Grewal Memorial event. Jagraon, September 3 : Balwinder Grewal Trust, Jagraon in collaboration with the Journalist community observed the 23rd death anniversary of Balwinder Singh Grewal of ‘Ajit’ and made it a memorable event. Meanwhile, five journalists who played important roles in journalism were also honoured. Mr Viyog Jagranvi, Parvana Purain, Sukhdev Salempuri, Om

Govt. asked for one week time over journalists toll plaza matter

Govt. asked one week time journalists toll plaza matter. Ludhiana: Journalists from across the Punjab has given a proof of solidarity to protect their rights. Journalist’s community has won the protest conducted by them on toll plaza. The government has asked for one week time to reach the decision.Meanwhile, the Press Club of Ludhiana thanked

Journalists should be beaten up with shoes: BJP Leader

The BJP leader has issued a controversial statement in which he has said that journalists should be beaten with shoes. This statement is from the BJP leader, Minister of State for Social Justice, Dilip Kambale of the Maharashtra government. The controversial statement has surrounded him with controversy. Kambale said during a program in Hingoli that

Govt should set up new wage board for journalists: MP

New Delhi: A member in the Lok Sabha today asked the government to set up a wage board for journalists and non-journalists and ensure stringent enforcement of labour laws in the newspaper industry to check “merciless retrenchment”. RSP member N K Premachandran also said that journalists and non-journalists working in the visual and electronic media

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Journalists being kidnapped, killed to suppress truth: Study

London: Physical violence is not the only method being used to stop truth being published. Kidnappings, murders, financial pressures and defamation legislations are common now to suppress journalists from revealing truth to the masses, a significant study has revealed. “In many countries around the world, journalists have lost their status as observers and now come

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