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Republic TV Reporter Held for Sexually Assaulting Assam Woman, Freed 'Under Pressure'
“Though the police slapped Section 354 against him, he was released without being produced before a magistrate. The due process was not followed because they are acting under pressure,” the complainant said.
26/11 and the media: Where were the protocols?
Off the record, top Indian government sources admit that by and large, when governments and law enforcement authorities put systems in place in a crisis, the media — even privately-owned networks and newspapers — does comply. None of this happened during the siege of Mumbai.
Anil Ambani’s defamation blitz: 28 cases filed by Reliance Group in Ahmedabad courts this year
Twenty cases have been filed against journalists and media organisations. Not all of them are linked to Rafale.
How The Wall Street Journal is preparing its journalists to detect deepfakes
“We have seen this rapid rise in deep learning technology and the question is: Is that going to keep going, or is it plateauing? What’s going to happen next?”
Part 1: Is Facebook in India Truly Independent of Political Influence? Not Really -- It Has Backed Modi and BJP.
Will the social media giant act in a neutral manner in the run-up to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections? A series of five reports critically examines whether Facebook and WhatsApp have been complicit in promoting the interests of India’s ruling regime and Hindutva agenda.
SIT: Gauri murder was planned for 5 years
Sanatan Sanstha named in the chargesheet, Siddharth Varadarajan & others also on the hit-list
Journalist Fellowship - applications open
The Reuters Institute, based at the University of Oxford, offers a limited number of Journalist Fellowships each year.
CPJ gala honors brave journalists, highlights journalism's role
International Press Freedom Awards go to Vietnamese blogger, Venezuelan reporter, Ukrainian broadcaster, and Sudanese freelancer
If CNN Can Stand up to Trump, Why Can't Indian Media Question the Powers That Be?
Most Indian journalists are not truly independent but are under the thumb of the proprietor – the same proprietor who kowtows before political leaders.
India Today’s Gaurav Sawant accused of sexual harassment
The Executive Editor at India Today has been accused of sexually harassing and assaulting journalist Vidya Krishnan during a reporting trip in the Beas in 2003.
Dissenters out, Arnab in!
Nehru Memorial Museum gets four new members including Arnab Goswami
A Free Speech Impunity Indicator: Tracking justice, demanding accountability
Safeguarding the right to freedom of expression and the right to dissent.


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