Saturday, December 9, 2023

Topic: Journalism

Two Kashmiri photojournalists say brutally beaten up by police

Kamran Yousuf and Faisal Bashir, two photojournalists were brutally beaten up by the Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday while they were covering an ongoing encounter between militants and security forces in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

In her last editorial, Gauri Lankesh said spreading fake news had contributed to PM Modi’s success

In her last editorial, the journalist Gauri Lankesh said that spreading fake news had contributed to the success of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu nationalist party.

Journalism student denied position at media portal because she wore hijab

"As a journalist, I believe in the ethics of respect and inclusivity," says Ahmad. "However, Islamophobia and sexism are so rampant that even in this profession, women and Muslims have so many barriers to climb. Even the constitution allows us to practice and propagate our religion and bars any discrimination at any workspace. However, gender and religion have always been parameters for restrictions in the media. I am just having the opportunity to raise my concerns."

Neha Dixit wins One Young World’s Journalist of the Year award

Indian Journalist Neha Dixit has been honoured with the One Young World Journalist of the Year 2020 award.

Released from prison, Kashmiri journalist Qazi Shibli campaigns for jailed colleague Asif Sultan

Recently released from prison, The Kashmiriyat editor Qazi Shibli wrote on advocates for jailed journalist Asif Sultan who completes two years in prison this...

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.