Topic: freedom of press

Zee News editor-in-chief said, targeting journalists are something which is not new for Rahul Gandhi and his party.
Smita Prakash was 'named and shamed' not because the interview was bad but because she did not project hate for Modi.
Barkha Dutt has delivered her verdict that Manmohan Singh was a true liberal and proclaims that one does not have to wait for history to judge him.
Sudhir Chaudhary has outrightly denied the allegation of the video is fake and said they can present at least seven feeds to prove that pro-Pakistan slogans were indeed raised during the election rally.
Recently, the Odisha assembly had moved a motion to excuse Abhijit Iyer Mithra for making derogatory comments against the state.
On Friday night, Abhijit Iyer-Mitra's health deteriorated and he had to be admitted to hospital.
However, in the last 2 occasions in the case of Abhijit Iyer and OTV, the state assembly seems to move such motion, which is to be used rather judiciously, at its whims.
There were others who criticised Arnab's appointment, though none of them matched Sanjay Jha in terms of Bollywood dialogue content.
They do not even want law enforcement authorities to investigate them
The movie 'Hoichoi Unlimited' starring Deepak Adhikari will be released on October 12th.
Purie and Goenka even ranked Modi high in trying to weed out corruption.
They are dreaming of unleashing real emergency if they come back to power in 2019.
The clowns who talk about 'undeclared Emergency' do not live under an Emergency. If they did, they would be in jail.
The next time Rahul Gandhi comes talking about Freedom of speech, do try to educate him about his history because media won't
Congress should stop pretending to support the 'Freedom of the press' cause
High Court observed that team Wire showed lack of motivation to argue case on merits
It is time one stops eulogizing Jawaharlal Nehru as some apostle of freedom of speech
The former NDTV journalist defended her going public with censorship within the organization
Congress clamps down on freedom on press
Sushant Sinha, a journalist earlier with NDTV, has written an open letter to ‘unwell’ Ravish Kumar.
Posting anything that Mamata Banerjee government finds offensive on social media could land you in a soup.
A throwback to 2015, as journalists are crying attack on press freedom now in wake of CBI raids on NDTV founders.
NYT, which has never let prejudice come in the way of objectivity when it comes to India, has done it again.
The NDTV founder decided to safeguard himself from dissenting views within the media fraternity.
Maharashtra has become the first state to pass a special law that aims to protect journalists from attacks.
Twitter users pointed out the hypocrisy and false equivalence the former NDTV journalist had indulged into.
The editorial for which a Marathi daily's editor had to apologize - Not Intolerance

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