Our Correspondent Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting Venkaiah Naidu has said that Government does not infringe the right to freedom of Expression. The minister said, freedom of expression has been guaranteed under the constitution but it has also certain responsibilities. In an interview to AIR, Naidu said, along with freedom of expression, the security … Continue reading Govt does not infringe the right to freedom of Expression: Naidu
TIA NEWS / Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu has said that freedom of press is important but security of the nation is most important. Talking to media persons in Chennai today, Mr Naidu said those criticising the day-long ban imposed on NDTV India over its Pathankot coverage are ill informed, politically motivated and … Continue reading Criticism over ban on NDTV is politically motivated: Naidu
TIA NEWS After NDTV India, the Government has ordered that an Assam-based news channel ‘News Time Assam’ be taken off air for a day, following the recommendations of a high level panel which felt it had “violated” programming guidelines on more than one occasion. An I&B ministry order dated November 2, has sought that the … Continue reading After NDTV Govt orders ban on ‘News Time Assam’
Russia Moots Free Visa Regime to Journalists By TN Ashok / New Delhi/ Russian Embassy Senior Counsel Karmalito has suggested a liberal visa regime for journalists to visit each others countries in the BRICS grouping and write about developmental works there instead of depending on western media which while being informative seemed to have … Continue reading BRICS Press Clubs Networks Launched
New Delhi TV journalist Arnab Goswami has resigned as the Editor-in Chief of Times Now? is big questiom roaming in media these days. Goswami was not seen on his prime time show The Newshour in the past couple of days. Sources said that he announced his resignation at an editorial meeting. Goswami resigned from the … Continue reading Arnab Goswami resigns from Times Now?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that journalism has played a great role in strengthening the Indian democracy. Speaking at a function in New Delhi, Mr Modi said, during the freedom struggle, the newspapers proved to be potent weapon in fighting against British empire.He said,the colonial rulers were scared of those who wrote and expressed … Continue reading Journalism played great role in strengthening Indian democracy: PM
Under attack for imposing a foreign travel ban on a prominent journalist, Pakistan on Friday withdrew the order on the journo who had reported on a rift between civilian and military leaderships on the powerful ISI’s covert support to terrorist groups in the country. The travel ban on Cyril Almeida of Dawn newspaper had sparked … Continue reading Pak withdraws travel ban on journo Cyril Almeida after criticism
AMN Senior Journalist Farzand who devoted most of his journalistic career with prestigious India Today group passed away in Lucknow today. He was suffering from dreaded cancer for some time. He took hi last breath at a Lucknow hospital this morning. He was 68. Mr Ahmed started his journalist career from UNI, Patna office and … Continue reading Senior Journalist Farzand Ahmad passes away
Our Correspondent / New Delhi Union minister for Information and Broadcasting M. Venkaiah Naidu today asked media to refrain from sensational reporting and focus on the truth and accuracy. Addressing the 49th convocation of Indian Institute of Mass Communication in New Delhi, Mr Naidu said, sensationalism has unfortunately become order of the day in … Continue reading Venkaiah Naidu asks media to refrain from sensationalism
The residents of capital city Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh are left high and dry as they did not get newspapers’ delivery on their doorsteps consecutively on 7th day today as hawkers’ strike continues. Since September 1, the newspaper hawkers went on strike demanding hike in their commission and as a result, the Lucknowite’s have been … Continue reading No newspaper in Lucknow as hawkers on strike
AMN / NEW DELHI The Supreme Court today criticised the Central Government and its authorities for their, wh ...
AMN / KATHMANDU India and Nepal have decided to promote tourism jointly. This was decided at the 2nd meeting ...