Noida TV channel scribes granted bail in defamation case

Noida (UP): Three journalists of a Noida-based TV news channel, who were arrested for allegedly airing defamatory content against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, were Wednesday granted bail in the defamation case by a local court, their lawyer said. However, Nation Live scribes Ishika Singh, Anuj Shukla and Anshul Kaushik had not been released […]

2 Lashkar militants smoked out of house, gunned down in Sangam

2 Lashkar militants smoked out of house, gunned down in Sangam

Photojournalists thrashed by police at gunfight site Anantnag: Two militants of the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), one of them a businessman from Pampore town who had gone missing some 10 days back, were killed on Friday in a brief gunfight with government forces here in Sangam area of south Kashmir’s Awantipora police district. The slain militants have […]

KWJA, KJA condemn attack on photojournalists in Pulwama

Srinagar: The Kashmir Working Journalists Association (KWJA) and Kashmir Journalists Association (KJA) on Friday condemned the police assault on photo journalists in Pulwama of southern Kashmir and demanded that action should be taken against the police officials involved. “The harassment of journalists has become a routine in Kashmir,” KWJA said in a statement, and reiterated […]

KJA condemns assault on journalist

Srinagar: Kashmir Journalist Association (KJA) has strongly condemned the assault on a journalist Kaiser Andrabi in police station Fateh Kadal on Friday. In a statement issued on Saturday, the Association said: According to Kaiser, policemen slapped, kicked and hit him multiple times with a baton and gun butt inside police station Fateh Kadal last evening […]

Sikh group protests harassment of scribe by security personnel

Sikh group protests harassment of scribe by security personnel

SRINAGAR: A Sikh group held protest demonstration here Monday against harassment and hurting religious sentiments of a journalist by police personnel. Journalist Amrit Pal Singh Bali was harassed by security personnel at National Conference headquarters where he had gone to attend a press conference by Farooq Abdullah last week. The insensitive officer on duty had […]

KWJA condemns police action for hurting religious sentiments of journalist

KWJA condemns police action for hurting religious sentiments of journalist

Srinagar: The Kashmir Working Journalists Association (KWJA) on Thursday condemned the action of police for hurting the religious sentiments of its member and senior journalist, Amrit Pal Singh Bali. The statement issued here said: Singh had gone to cover the press conference of National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah at around 1:30 pm on Thursday at […]

Allah Subhana Hu Wa Ta’ala’s Divine Assistance Made Victory in the Battle of Badr Possible

Allah Subhana Hu Wa Ta’ala’s Divine Assistance Made Victory in the Battle of Badr Possible

Srinagar: The Kashmir Journalists Association (KJA) on Thursday condemned the action of J&K police personnel for hurting the religious sentiments of senior journalist, Amrit Pal Singh Bali. The spokesperson in a statement said that Singh was harassed by the security personnel who were guarding outside the National Conference headquarter here. He (Singh) was attending Farooq […]

Omar seeks action in Leh journalists bribery case

Omar seeks action in Leh journalists bribery case

Srinagar: National Conference leader Omar Abdullah Wednesday said action must be taken in the alleged bribery of journalists by BJP leaders in Leh in Jammu and Kashmir. “In light of the CCTV footage purported to show BJP leaders attempting to bribe journalists in Leh, I’m retweeting my original tweet with the letter of complaint by […]

BJP to set up probe panel, questions claims of scribes

BJP to set up probe panel, questions claims of scribes

Jammu: The BJP’s Jammu and Kashmir unit will set up a committee to probe the allegation that some party leaders tried to bribe journalists to influence parliamentary polls, party’s state unit chief Ravinder Raina said Wednesday, even as a legislator named in the matter claimed the envelopes given to scribes had invitations and not money. […]

RSF welcomes release of Myanmar reporters

RSF welcomes release of Myanmar reporters

Paris: Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has expressed relief over the release of Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo from a prison in Yangon and described it as a victory for press freedom and investigative reporting in Myanmar and throughout the world. The two reporters had spent a total of 511 days far from […]

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