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Khushwant Singh, the man whose obit was written 31 years ago #Sundayreading

Mar 20, 2014 at 11:43pm IST Journalist Dhiren Bhagat wrote this pre-obituary of Kushwant Singh 30 years ago. It was appeared in now defunct ‘Sunday Observer’. Dhiren Bhagat died 24 years ago. This obituary appeared on February 13, 1983. I… Continue Reading →

Handbook for Bloggers and cyber- dissidents #mustshare

via @ConQueso1 Bloggers cause anxiety. Governments are wary of these men and women, who are posting news, without being professional journalists. Worse, bloggers sometimes raise sensitive issues which the media, now known as “traditional”, do not dare cover. Blogs have… Continue Reading →

I am not LEFT, I am not RIGHT… I am not HINDU, I am not MUSLIM… I am just a Journalist.

My Case: Let the Jury decide By Syed Hassan Kazim in http://kindlemag.in 2012-08-30 This time I am not going to write about any particular incident and events surrounding it. Because in a journalist’s life, there comes a time when he has to… Continue Reading →

Open letter to Arnab Goswami by Madhu Kishwar

  Dear Arnab ji, When you started your innings with Times Now by demanding that power wielders provide honest answers to the general public for their various acts of commission and omission, many of us applauded your public spiritedness.  “The Nation-is-angry-and-wants-an-answer” approach… Continue Reading →

#Mangalore Mob attack- TV reporter’s version #VAW #Moralpolicing

The shameful news of Mangalore is very well known to you all. It is a good sign that eight assailants have been arrested in relation to this case. Along with the eight of the assailants the reporter Naveen Soorinje who… Continue Reading →

104 Journalists and 30 Distributors in Prison in Turkey- BIA Media Monitoring Report 2011

March1, 2012 One hundred and four journalists and 30 distributors/members of the media were imprisoned as we entered the year 2012. In 2010, there were a total of 30 journalists in prison.- Bia Media Monitoring Report The year 2011 was… Continue Reading →

A Guide to Anchoring and Reporting on News Channels

Citizens for Free and Responsible Media, Pakistan (CFRM-Pakistan) would like to share a basic checklist of what you, as media consumers, believe as the do’s and dont’s that news anchors and reporters are supposed to be familiar with, and that… Continue Reading →

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