Media

PCI seeks independent probe into UP scribe Jagendra’s death

Press Council of India (PCI) has demanded an independent inquiry in the death of Uttar Pradesh journalist Jagendra Singh. Addressing a press conference in New Delhi, PCI chairman justice C K Prasad said that the probe which is being conducted by the state government is not enough to unravel the truth behind the death. Mr … Continue reading PCI seeks independent probe into UP scribe Jagendra’s death

Vyapam scam: Editors Guild demand CBI probe in journalist death

AMN  The Editors Guild of India has demanded a CBI probe into the death of TV journalist Akshay Singh, who died under mysterious circumstances while covering the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh. In a statement, President of Editors Guild of India has expressed shock over the mysterious death of Mr Singh. He said, the death … Continue reading Vyapam scam: Editors Guild demand CBI probe in journalist death

IWPC expresses concern over threat to life of journalists

AMN  // The Indian Women’s Press Corps has expressed deep concern over increasing reports of the untimely deaths of journalists and the mysterious circumstances involved in some of the cases. The untimely death of Akshay Singh, a young television reporter with Aaj Tak, who was in his mid thirties and on assignment in Madhya Pradesh … Continue reading IWPC expresses concern over threat to life of journalists

Journalist Praful Bidwai passes away

AMN / Well known journalist and columnist Praful Bidwai,passed away in Amsterdam on Tuesday,  a family friend confirmed the death death today. He died on Tuesday evening due to a cardiac arrest, family friend Pamela Philipose said. Bidwai was a fellow at Transnational Institute at Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Bidwai’s journalistic career spanned four decades. … Continue reading Journalist Praful Bidwai passes away

Chinese Media cautiously optimistic over Modi visit

By TN Ashok The Chinese media has been cautious about expressing optimism over Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to China with some praising his bold initiatives on the economic coperation front and others expressing reservations on his comments on reorienting policies . The Indian PM’s visit to Xian is seen in the context of … Continue reading Chinese Media cautiously optimistic over Modi visit

VP re-launches Frontline

TIA

NEW DELHI: In the era of  “breaking news” syndrome, there is still a demand for long form journalism that not only relays information, but also compels the readers to think and question, said Vice- President Hamid Ansari on Thursday, at the re-launch of the news magazine, Frontline.

PM asks media not to sensationalise news

AMN
KOCHI: Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh today asked media persons to exercise restraint and ensure that nothing that divides the society or the country is written, broadcast or telecast.

Editors Guild of India protests against threat to journalists

The Editors Guild of India protested to the Uttar Pradesh government over the rising cases of intimidation, threats and violence against journalists by her administration.

HT Syndication

HT Syndication is a division of HT Media Ltd., one of the largest media houses in India. It specializes in content repackaging and repurposing in the desired format as per the client’s requirements.

J Dey murder: Journos go on fast

MUMBAI / NEW DELHI: Journalists organizations in Mumbai on Wednesday start their relay hunger strike to press for a CBI probe into the murder of senior journalist Jyotirmoy Dey.

Ad
Ad
Ad
Ad

SPORTS

Coach Constantine confident of India qualifying for the 2018 AFC U-23 championship

HSB / New Delhi Chief national coach Stephen Constantine, THursday exuded confidence that India will qualify ...

WBO sanctions fight between Vijender and China’s Zulpikar Maimaithiali

HARPAL SINGH BEDI /New Delhi Stage was cleared for much awaited fight between Indian boxing's poster boy Vije ...

Ad

Archive

June 2017
M T W T F S S
« May    
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930  

OPEN HOUSE

Mallya case: India gives fresh set of documents to UK

AMN India has given a fresh set of papers to the UK in the extradition case of businessman Vijay Mallya. Ex ...