Tuesday, August 3, 2021

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Exploring the fine line of tragedy coverage in photojournalism: Who will decide where to draw the line?

Ethics is photojournalism stand on a very fine line. The moment you cross it, the photograph may become a tragedy of the lifetime.

‘Anti-terrorism measure, no signboard’: Read why police went knocking on The Wire’s door ahead of 15th August

The Wire editor Siddharth Varadarajan claims that the office of the media portal was visited by a policeman on Friday.

‘No Holy Cow’: Ex-Dainik Bhaskar Editor defends IT raids, talks about the media house being involved in ‘illegal activity’, harassing govt

Hours after Income Tax (IT) Department raided the offices of Dainik Bhaskar, former Editor has voiced his support for the media crackdown

Did IT Dept ‘manipulate stories’ during the raid on Dainik Bhaskar as claimed by their editor to NDTV journalist? Here is what IT Dept...

Amid allegations of "manipulating" stories and "making editorial decisions" during IT raids at Dainik Bhaskar, IT Dept denied allegations

Income tax dept carries out raids at Dainik Bhaskar offices across multiple locations

The raids started at around 4:30 AM today morning following a tip off on alleged tax evasion by the Dainik Bhaskar group.

Amnesty now says they never claimed the ‘list’ was of NSO’s targets after lack of evidence was exposed, issues ambiguous statement

In a sensational twist to the NSO-Pegasus alleged snooping controversy, Amnesty International has now clarified that they never said that the leaked list of numbers was of NSO Group's Pegasus spyware targets, but it was the media which misrepresented the story.

Why I don’t worry about the government tapping my phone – and neither should you

The current debate on Pegasus project has nothing to do with principles, just liberal privilege. The liberal elite gets to choose the issue of the day and make us all react.

NDTV misquotes IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw on Pegusus row, attributes Israeli surveillance company NSO Group’s statement to him

The remark NDTV attributed to IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw was actually that of the Israeli surveillance company NSO Group

Pegasus ‘snoopgate’ now names Rahul Gandhi: How The Guardian lied blatantly, without evidence, that Modi govt MAY HAVE snooped on him

The Modi govt categorically denied using the Pegasus software at all but media now claims Rahul Gandhi 'may' have been snooped.

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