All newspapers today have reported the arrest of an army soldier suspected of killing an inspector during Bulandshahr violence. The Asian Age writes, “Army jawan held over UP cop death, axe falls on SSP. The Sunday Tribune says, “Bulandshahr SSP shifted for ‘negligence’.” In continuation with Friday’s raids on the homes and offices of Vadra’s … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN – DEC 09

‘Press is an Interface between Parliament and People’: Lok Sabha Speaker

Our Correspondent / New Delhi Lok Sabha Speaker Mrs. Sumitra Mahajan on Friday said that that journalists being the custodians of public faith, has huge impact on society. She said that it was their duty to channelize information and news to different stakeholders, including the teeming masses across the country. Delivering the 51st Convocation Address … Continue reading ‘Press is an Interface between Parliament and People’: Lok Sabha Speaker

New media will give more power to foundation of New India: PM

  AMN / NEW DELHI Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that country’s media institutions have done their best to discharge their responsibility as a strong pillar for nation-building. Addressing Jagran Conclave here Friday, Mr Modi said, media has also had a positive role in making Beti Bachao Beti Padhao or Swacch Bharat Mission a … Continue reading New media will give more power to foundation of New India: PM

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar School of Media to train Dalit and Tribal youths

AMN / NEW DELHI Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Thaawarchand Gehlot Thursday opened nationwide admissions to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar School of Media Empowerment, New Delhi, to train Dalit and Tribal youths in media studies. The Media School, first of its kind for Dalit of Tribal youths, is supported by Indian Institute for Mass Communication, … Continue reading Dr. B.R. Ambedkar School of Media to train Dalit and Tribal youths


The dissolution of Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly amid high political drama is widely reported in the newspapers today. ”Governor dissolves Assembly fearing horse-trading” is the headline in the DNA; While the Hindustan Times reports, ”J&K’s political thriller ends in anti-climax, House dissolved.” In a major breakthrough, the Punjab police has traced the grenade attack … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN- NOV 22


The case relating to the CBI chief Alok Verma and his deputy is on the front pages of many newspapers today. The Indian Express informs “Citing breach of confidentiality, furious Supreme Court adjourns Verma hearing untill November 29”. The Pioneer writes, informs “Irked at CBI leaks, Supreme Court defers hearing – publication of CBI DIG’s … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN – NOV. 21


Reports and Photographs of Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeting the new President of the Maldives, Mohammed Solih are published on the front pages of most papers. On Mr Modi’s visit to Male, the Hindustan Times reports “India, Maldives agree to maintain peace,stability”.”With Hug, promises,Modi reaches out to Maldives President” is the top headline in the … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN – NOV 18


On developments in the CBI is the lead story in several newspapers today. The Times of India in a front page report says “Verma return unlikely as CVC flags ‘serious irregularities’.” The daily adds “Some charges need to be probed, says SC. The same newspaper in another front page report highlights “Naidu, Mamata make their … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS’ SCAN – NOV 17

‘Journalists must be allowed to function freely’

By T Navajyoti / Guwahati Journalism is a service to society and the nation. Anyone wanting to make money should not be in the profession. Only those who have the flair, the passion and the right attributes should enter, for only such people can take on the challenges and survive in the long run,” said … Continue reading ‘Journalists must be allowed to function freely’

White House ordered to reinstate Jim Acosta’s press credentials

  WEB DESK   A federal judge in the United States, has ordered the White House to reinstate the press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta, whose pass was revoked after a heated exchange with President Donald Trump. Judge Timothy Kelly issued a temporary restraining order that requires the White House to restore Acosta’s access … Continue reading White House ordered to reinstate Jim Acosta’s press credentials



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