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Illusion of Free Media Hides Threats to Journalists in Pakistan
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KARACHI: Threats, intimidation and sexual harassment of females at workplace are pervasive in Pakistan´s media organizations and is a serious barrier to the entry of women.
This was the consensus of the Consultative Dialogue on Safety Challenges for Female Media Professionals organized here by Pakistan Press Foundation
NEW DELHI: Gunmen shot dead two journalists in 24 hours in separate incidents in eastern India, police and local reports said Saturday, the latest media killing in Asia's deadliest country for reporters.
Rajdeo Ranjan, the local bureau chief for Hindi-language daily Hindustan, was travelling on his motorcycle late Friday
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Voice of America journalists were beaten and harassed by authorities in Pakistan and Iraq earlier this week. One of the journalists was a reporter for VOA Deewa and the other for VOA Kurdish, says a VOA press release.
“I am appalled that these VOA journalists, who were only doing their job of reportin
NEW DELHI - Delhi Police have arrested journalist Pushp Sharma for allegedly fabricating an RTI reply to publish a news report claiming that the government was discriminating against Muslims and denying them jobs of yoga trainers in the Ayush Ministry.
"Sharma has been arrested under charges of cheating, forgery and prom
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A.T. Chaudhri was the first editor of The Muslim, Islamabad’s first English language newspaper. He edited the paper from 1979 to 1985.