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China to crackdown on 'chaotic' online religious information: Media

Human rights groups have accused the Chinese government of conducting a punitive crackdown that has seen the detention of as many as 1 million ethnic Uighurs in internment camps.

Congress alleges government hounding media; Govt refutes charge

The Congress on Friday alleged in the Lok Sabha that a senior executive of a prominent news channel and two other staffers had recently quit due to pressure from the government for airing stories critical of the ruling establishment.

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Our key role is to keep saying there’s more to the world than social media will tell you: BBC Director Tony Hall

BBC director Tony Hall said, "I am not certain that print will disappear. People were saying that the radio will die, cinema will die... I take Mark Thompson’s (the NYT CEO’s) point that we got to adapt our business models, but I’m not pessimistic about this. Because I think quality wins."

SC turns down lawyer's request to gag media from reporting

The issue cropped up during the charged hearing when a lawyer requested the court that the media should be directed not to report the matter since it would tarnish the image of the institution which is the highest court of the land.

Danish police find missing body parts of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

On Aug. 23, police identified a headless female torso that washed ashore in Copenhagen as Kim Wall's. The cause of her death has not been determined. Madsen, a Dane, says Wall died by accident when she was hit by a heavy hatch cover on board his submarine.

Educate instead of ‘indoctrinating’, Jaitley tells media

He was speaking at the 6th National Community Radio Sammelan in which community radio channels were awarded for innovative programmes.

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BJP leaders to discuss use of media in poll-bound states today

Sources at Delhi said media managers would be asked to create a liaison with TV and print reporters and more and more leaders have been asked to be active on social media with the help of their Twitter handle and Facebook accounts.

Live video: In conversation with Steve Coll

Steve Coll is a two-time Pulitzer prize winning American journalist and the current Dean of Columbia School of Journalism.

Judge wants to know how IAS officer D K Ravi’s messages came out in media

The Whatsapp messages and details of mobile communications were already in the public domain.

Electronic media may soon come under Press Council Act

The Press Council of India is in the process of considering its earlier proposal for amendments to the Press Council Act.

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Gulam Rasool should comment responsibly: JD(U)

New Delhi, Jan 12 (ANI): Janta Dal United (JDU) leader Sharad Yadav on Tuesday disapproved of the claim of media being corrupt by his another party leader Gulam Rasool Balyawi, saying the way he reacted is immoral and unacceptable. Yadav also stated that his party will talk to Gulam Rasool on this matter and thought he should have commented responsibly.

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