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Haryana: Journalist booked after report on ‘rotten grain’

Hisar DSP (Headquarters) Ashok Kumar said the journalists raised concerns about the FIR against their colleague Anoop Kundu. “I have assured them that no injustice will be done. We will ensure a thorough probe into the matter,” he told The Indian Express.

Priyanka Gandhi slams UP govt over ‘attacks’ on press freedom, BJP hits back

The BJP hit back with minister Srikant Sharma tweeting a purported video of Priyanka’s aides “threatening a journalist” during her recent visit to a Sonbhadra village.


Mexico: Three journalists killed in a week

Two reporters were gunned down, while a third was found dead in the trunk of a car. Mexico is one of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists, with a majority of the murder cases going unsolved.

Gujarat: Journalist, his family attacked by former sarpanch for critical report on govt project

According to the victim, the accused took offence of a story he had done a few days back for his newspaper regarding the "inefficient" work carried out in the beautification drive of a pond in Bhagdawada.

'BJP back to fleece people': Congress attacks Centre over rising fuel prices

Congress spokesperson Randeep Sujrewala said the petrol prices in Delhi on June 22 were Rs 69.93 per litre and went up to Rs 70.40 per litre on June 30, a rise of Rs 0.47 per litre.

Ivan Golunov's arrest: President Putin fires police officers involved in journalist's case

Ivan Golunov, 36, was reportedly beaten and denied a lawyer for more than 12 hours a week ago following drug-dealing charges he rejected as sham


Russian journalist Ivan Golunov arrested on drug dealing charges: What we know so far

Ivan Golunov is known for practicing investigative journalism and has done stories on corruption on Moscow City Hall, the crime-ridden funeral industry and the questionable food markets.

Explained: Why two Reuters journalists spent more than 500 days in prison in Myanmar

During court proceedings before Judge U Ye Lwin, a police officer testified that the chief of police had ordered that "secret documents" should be planted on the reporters, and they should be charged with possessing them.

Turkish court sentences journalist to jail under anti-terror law-Report

Human rights organisations have voiced increasing concern about media freedom in Turkey, where President Tayyip Erdogan won elections last month triggering a move to a powerful executive presidency.

Shujaat Bukhari approached CM Mufti for increased security few days before his killing: AS Dulat

Bukhari had "approached the Chief Minister only a few days ago for increased security. Yet who could have imagined that this gentle soul would become a target. Why? former special director of the Intelligence Bureau A S Dulat asked.