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'Journalists' - 834 News Result(s)

  • On Doklam, Japan Backs India, Says 'Must Not Change Status Quo By Force'

    On Doklam, Japan Backs India, Says 'Must Not Change Status Quo By Force'

    Japan has come out strongly in support of India in the two-month-long Doklam standoff near Sikkim and said there should be no "unilateral attempts to change the status quo by force".

  • 'You Pak Supporters?': Bihar Minister's Patriotism Test For Journalists

    'You Pak Supporters?': Bihar Minister's Patriotism Test For Journalists

    Bihar minister Vinod Kumar Singh decided to take a test of patriotism at a function on Tuesday and targeted mainly journalists in his audience.

  • Press Has No Right To Defame Anyone: Delhi Court

    Press Has No Right To Defame Anyone: Delhi Court

    The press does not have any exclusive right or special privilege to comment, criticise or make allegations which are sufficient to ruin a citizen's reputation, a Delhi court has said

  • Hackers Claim They Stole Unaired Game of Thrones Script In HBO Data Hack

    Hackers Claim They Stole Unaired <i>Game of Thrones</i> Script In HBO Data Hack

    U.S. cable channel HBO said on Monday that hackers had stolen upcoming programming, and Entertainment Weekly reported that the theft included a script for an unaired episode of the hit fantasy show "Game of Thrones."

  • '10 Mikes Were About To Hit My Nose': Tejashwi Yadav Defends Attack On Journalist

    '10 Mikes Were About To Hit My Nose': Tejashwi Yadav Defends Attack On Journalist

    Tejashwi Yadav, Bihar's Deputy Chief Minister, has in a Facebook post clarified that his security guards did not assault journalists outside the Bihar Secretariat in Patna as he stepped out after a Cabinet meeting. It was competitive reporting that led to the fracas, he said, complaining that "there were moments when around ten mikes were about to ...

  • Facing Defeat In Mosul, ISIS Mounts Diversionary Attack To The South

    Facing Defeat In Mosul, ISIS Mounts Diversionary Attack To The South

    ISIS terrorists attacked a village south of Mosul, killing several people including two journalists, even as they were about to lose their last redoubt in the city to an Iraqi military onslaught, security sources said on Friday.

  • Amid Stand-Off In Sikkim, China Cancels Indian Journalists' Trip To Tibet

    Amid Stand-Off In Sikkim, China Cancels Indian Journalists' Trip To Tibet

    China has cancelled a trip of Indian journalists to Tibet, the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi said on Sunday. The cancellation of their trip, which was scheduled from July 8-15, came in the backdrop of a stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops in the Doklam area of the Sikkim sector.

  • Donald Trump Sets Off Furor By Beating Figure Depicting News Media

    Donald Trump Sets Off Furor By Beating Figure Depicting News Media

    President Donald Trump, who has reveled in his confrontational style with the news media, sparked fierce debate Sunday over whether he is inciting violence against journalists by posting a doctored video clip showing him bashing the head of a figure representing CNN.

  • Donald Trump Tweets Video Of Him Knocking Down, Beating 'CNN'

    Donald Trump Tweets Video Of Him Knocking Down, Beating 'CNN'

    US President Donald Trump launched a fresh attack on the news media Sunday by tweeting a video -- bizarre even by his standards -- showing him knocking down and beating a professional wrestling "villain" whose face had been replaced by a CNN logo.

  • Football, Showbiz Stars Gather For Lionel Messi's Wedding

    Football, Showbiz Stars Gather For Lionel Messi's Wedding

    Luis Suarez and other football stars were watched by curious locals as they stepped off private jets on Thursday at Rosario's airport.

  • Assembly Order To Jail Us 'Illegal', Karnataka Journalists Approach High Court

    Assembly Order To Jail Us 'Illegal', Karnataka Journalists Approach High Court

    Two journalists who were sentenced to a year in jail by the Karnataka assembly for their alleged "defamatory" articles against legislators have approached the Karnataka High Court challenging the order. The two have sought quashing of the resolution which they called as "illegal and unconstitutional". The petition also said that legislators don't h...

  • No Questions At Yogi Adityanath's Presser, Read Book, Says UP Minister

    No Questions At Yogi Adityanath's Presser, Read Book, Says UP Minister

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today left over 200 journalists stumped when he refused to field questions from them at a press conference that he had called to mark 100 days of his government.

  • 'Why Are Cameras Off': Journalists Shout At White House Spokesman Sean Spicer

    'Why Are Cameras Off': Journalists Shout At White House Spokesman Sean Spicer

    White House spokesman Sean Spicer drew the ire of some reporters today for banning cameras from daily press briefings as part of what Spicer called an effort to vary the routine.

  • Gross Misuse Of Power: Editors' Guild On Jail For Journalists - 10 Facts

    Gross Misuse Of Power: Editors' Guild On Jail For Journalists - 10 Facts

    Lawmakers should "not act as complainant, prosecution and judge," the Editors' Guild of India said today, condemning last week's order of the Karnataka Assembly to arrest and fine two journalists for writing articles that it alleges are defamatory. The order, the Guild said, was a "gross misuse of powers and privileges of a state legislature". The ...

  • Editors' Guild Condemns Karnataka Assembly's Jail order For Journalists

    Editors' Guild Condemns Karnataka Assembly's Jail order For Journalists

    The Editors' Guild of India has condemned the Karnataka Assembly's order to arrest and fine two journalists working with Kannada dailies for allegedly writing defamatory articles that were published two years ago. The journalists, Ravi Belagare and Anil Raj of Yelahanka, were given a year in jail and a fine of Rs 10,000 in a unanimous resolution - ...

  • Editors Guild Of India Statement On Karnataka Assembly Order To Jail 2 Journalists

    Editors Guild Of India Statement On Karnataka Assembly Order To Jail 2 Journalists

    The Editors Guild of India express its strong disapproval of the decision of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly to sentence two journalists to prison and pay a fine for publishing allegedly defamatory articles against a few of its members. The Guild opines that the decision violates the Fundamental Right of Freedom of Speech guaranteed under the In...

  • At Press Club Meet, Journalists Talk About Attacks On Media And Dissent

    At Press Club Meet, Journalists Talk About Attacks On Media And Dissent

    Journalists gathered at the Press Club of India in Delhi on Saturday to talk about the latest attacks on the media, right from Karnataka where two journalists are to be jailed for a year on the state assembly's orders to the beating of a Kashmiri reporter for 'The Caravan' magazine by a crowd in Delhi's Sonia Vihar.

  • World Car Of The Year Retains No.1 Position Amongst Global Awards

    World Car Of The Year Retains No.1 Position Amongst Global Awards

    The prestigious World Car Of The Year Award has retained its top spot for the fifth consecutive year as the most visible and most important global automotive award program. The World Car Of The Year program was first formed in 2004 and comprises of a selection of automotive journalists from around the world. The 2017 World Car Of The Year Award win...

  • Karnataka Assembly Orders Year's Jail For 2 Journalists For Defamation

    Karnataka Assembly Orders Year's Jail For 2 Journalists For Defamation

    Two journalists are to be jailed after Karnataka's lawmakers decided they should be punished for two-year-old articles in tabloids that were allegedly defamatory about some of them including Speaker KB Koliwad who is from the Congress.

  • Boman Irani Was 'Appalled' That People Don't Know Who Kailash Satyarthi Is

    Boman Irani Was 'Appalled' That People Don't Know Who Kailash Satyarthi Is

    What was shocking for the actor was what followed after he agreed to take up the role, "After agreeing to do the film, I got excited and called some friends, from the industry and even journalists who are my friends but they immediately asked me who he was? I was appalled, and that itself is a good reason to do this film," Boman Irani said

  • Indian Coffee House: Delhi's Favourite Adda Since 1957

    Indian Coffee House: Delhi's Favourite Adda Since 1957

    The Indian coffee house in New Delhi is one of the 400 coffee houses, run by the Indian Coffee Worker's Cooperative Society, in several parts of the country.

  • TVS Young Media Racer Program: Experience

    TVS Young Media Racer Program: Experience

    TVS started something called the Young Media Racer Program, which serves to teach a bunch of journalists about the grassroots of motorcycle racing and give them the experience of a full season of motorcycle racing complete with the excitement, raw energy, nervousness and even a bit of heartbreak.

  • Arun Shourie's Speech On Media Freedom At Press Club Of India: Full Transcript

    Arun Shourie's Speech On Media Freedom At Press Club Of India: Full Transcript

    Top journalists and editors gathered at the Press Club of India in Delhi on Friday to condemn the raids on NDTV. Veteran journalist and former union minister Arun Shourie said the raids were an attempt to intimidate India's free press. "Anyone who has tried to raise their hand against the press has had their hand burnt," he said.

  • Press Release From Press Club Of India

    Press Release From Press Club Of India

    Senior Journalists on Friday unanimously condemned the recent raids by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on NDTV premises. The raids were termed as an effort to pressurize the media.

  • Jurist Fali Nariman Slams CBI For NDTV Raids

    Jurist Fali Nariman Slams CBI For NDTV Raids

    Noted constitutional expert Fali Nariman has slammed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for searching the residences of the NDTV's co-founder Dr Prannoy Roy. Mr Nariman addressed a meeting of journalists in New Delhi and said that while no one was immune from prosecution for a crime, the justification given by the CBI made him believe that t...

  • Myanmar Journalists Take Fight For Freedom Of Speech To Court

    Myanmar Journalists Take Fight For Freedom Of Speech To Court

    More than 100 reporters in Myanmar are preparing to protest against laws seen as curbing free speech when two senior journalists go on trial on Thursday, after the military sued them for defamation over a satirical article in their journal.

  • Putin Calls US Election-Meddling Charge A 'Load Of Nonsense' In Kelly Interview

    Putin Calls US Election-Meddling Charge A 'Load Of Nonsense' In Kelly Interview

    Russian President Vladimir Putin testily rejected the idea that his government had interfered in the 2016 U.S. election - or that he is holding compromising evidence against President Donald Trump - in an interview broadcast Sunday night with NBC's Megyn Kelly.

  • The Sachin Tendulkar And Dhoni Films Tell Us Nothing We Don't Already Know

    The Sachin Tendulkar And Dhoni Films Tell Us Nothing We Don't Already Know

    There were no dressing room conversations - journalists say that's where the real stories are. If cricketers have had their share of problems, which is only natural, why hide them as if they never happened? If I wanted to watch a happy film with a happy ending, I would rather go for a Karan Johar film

  • Journalists Saved Cop From Mob. Kolkata Police Sends 'Thank You' Note

    Journalists Saved Cop From Mob. Kolkata Police Sends 'Thank You' Note

    On Monday, the media covering a Left protest in Kolkata was thrashed by the police without provocation. Today, the Kolkata Police thanked the media for saving a man in uniform, thrashed by alleged BJP workers.

  • Kolkata Top Cop Wants 10 Days To Evaluate Why His Men Beat Up Journalists

    Kolkata Top Cop Wants 10 Days To Evaluate Why His Men Beat Up Journalists

    Kolkata's Police Commissioner asked for 10 days to investigate the attack on journalists during a Left protest in the city on Monday after journalists held a protest march on Tuesday. At least 15 media persons were injured when police caned them during the protest.

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