Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Unsa Khan

Unsa Khan is a student of Media Governance at Jamia Millia Islamia and a freelance journalist based in New Delhi.

Afroz Alam Sahil on his new book ‘Lockdown Diaries’ and people who launched it

The most special quality of the book is that although I’ve written my life events in the book but it doesn’t necessarily revolve around my life or I’m not the ‘hero’ of the book but the happenings, mishaps and all the basic events that happened during the lockdown are the ‘main’ focus of the book.

Hindu men beat Muslim youth, cut his arm off, throw on railway track in Haryana

Another heartwrenching incident took place in Panipat, Haryana where a Muslim youth, Akhlaq was brutally beaten up by a group of Hindu men after having found that he was a Muslim.
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Prisoners amid pandemic

As per the report by the People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) Maharashtra, almost all the prisons across the country have welcomed the virus, ultimately leading the virus to affect the prisoners as well as the staff.

Pandemic takes a toll on mental health of Journalists

As these journalists have been tirelessly working on informing the very mistrustful public, hopefully, this study on their mental health issues helps them continue with the good work they’ve been doing. Reporters could only be able to pass the information if they’re able to cope with the pressure and demands that the pandemic imposes on them.
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