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Journalists covering conflict: How to stay safe and live to tell the story!
Forget India Today anchor Rahul Kanwal’s ridiculous GI Joe shenanigans. Know how ‘real’ journalists stay safe and still get the story when they are cover conflict in Bastar?
India Today’s Gaurav Sawant accused of sexual harassment
The Executive Editor at India Today has been accused of sexually harassing and assaulting journalist Vidya Krishnan during a reporting trip in the Beas in 2003.
Swati Chaturvedi Wins RSF Press Freedom Award for Courage
The RSF said that Chaturvedi "has been the target of vicious online harassment campaigns, like many other outspoken journalists in India".
Dissenters out, Arnab in!
Nehru Memorial Museum gets four new members including Arnab Goswami
#MeToo: Women allege sexual harassment at All India Radio's Dharamshala, Obra, Kurukshetra stations
International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists 2 November
In the past twelve years (2006-2017) close to 1010 journalists have been killed for reporting the news and bringing information to the public.
M.J. Akbar denies rape accusations by Pallavi Gogoi, wife defends him; both say he had affair with Gogoi
MJ Akbar Says Relationship With Gogoi Consensual
A Free Speech Impunity Indicator: Tracking justice, demanding accountability
Safeguarding the right to freedom of expression and the right to dissent.
Asia Times article by Saikat Datta uses #MeToo as a garb?
His attack on FMP follows a 2017 WhatsApp chat in which he showed such displeasure over the acceptance of an apology by an aggrieved woman that he likened her to a rape victim marrying her rapist.
Anil Ambani’s Reliance Group sues NDTV for Rs 10,000 crore over coverage of Rafale jet deal
The defamation charges were filed after an episode of NDTV’s weekly show Truth vs Hype, which aired on September 29.

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