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Press Council of India

Digital regulation

It will be better to allow the media to regulate itself and follow a self-declared code of ethics

Parliamentary panel on IT summons Facebook on Sept 2

A day before, the panel will also discuss the issue of internet shutdowns.

NGT sets aside TSPCB order on Piramal Enterprises

Hyderabad: The National Green Tribunal, Southern Bench-Chennai, on Tuesday set aside the order of the Telangana State Pollution Control Board (TSPCB) directing Piramal Enterprises...

PCI issues notice to Maha govt over prohibition of delivery of newspapers

"Taking suo-motu cognizance on the issue, the Chairman has issued a notice for comments to the Chief Secretary to the Government of Maharashtra."

National Press Day: Mamata Banerjee urges media to report truth

Since 1966, the National Press Day is celebrated every year on November 16 for a free and responsible press in the country.

Trying times for journalism

Governments increasingly invoking national security and anti-terrorism measures to impede the work of journalists is disturbing

Important days to remember

International Human Rights Day is observed every year on December 10 to commemorate adaptation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The theme for this year is ‘Stand Up For Human Rights’.

Narsim’s artwork speaks volumes

Cartoon editor P Narsimha creations narrate the issues affecting society in a simple manner

Propaganda overshadows journalism

High-pitched programmes that only create war hysteria violate the basic tenets of journalism

‘Cartoons should be given prominence’

Hyderabad: Award-winning cartoonist P Narasimha, popularly known as Narsim, stressed the need to accord prominence to cartoons in newspapers and regain the past glory...

Taxpayers should not end up paying for fake news, says Smriti Irani

"We ensure that newspapers do not get advertisements from the Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity (DAVP), if they are printing fake news," Irani said.

PCI asks for report from Tripura govt on journalist’s killing

Santanu Bhowmick was killed at Mandai in West Tripura district on September 20, when he went to cover an agitation by the Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura.

Venkaiah Naidu to address National Press Day event on Nov 16

Union ministers Smriti Zubin Irani and Rajyavardhan Rathore will also attend the function, the council said in a release.

Don’t ignore the alarm bells

Time is nigh for an effective law for protection of journalists and a robust response mechanism to media rights violations

Censoring internet, curtailing life

Notifying norms for shutting down internet without any public consultation does not augur well for our democracy.

Press Councils of India, Myanmar sign MoU on cooperation

The MoU was signed by Justice Chandramauli Kumar Prasad, Chairman, Press Council of India, and U Aung Hla Tun, First Vice-Chairman, Myanmar Press Council, at the Presidential Palace in Nay Pyi Taw.

Media bound to come into conflict with govt: PCI chairman

The PCI chairman also advised the scribes not to use their profession to indulge in corruption or shield their own wrongdoing.

PCI seeks T’gana chief secy’s report on scribe’s detention at HCU

New Delhi: Taking cognizance of an incident at the Hyderabad Central University (HCU), where a reporter was detained and restrictions were imposed on the...

Stop use of liquor to influence voters: EC

Election Commission raises the issue of use of liquor to influence voters and has expressed dissatisfaction on the performance of Excise department.

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