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IWPC’S STATEMENT ON THE TARUN TEJPAL CASE

Date: May 22, 2021 The IWPC stands in solidarity with the survivor and believes her version of events The Indian Women’s Press Corp (IWPC) is disappointed with the acquittal of Tarun Tejpal, former editor of Tehelka, on charges of rape and sexual harassment by a Goa sessions court and stands in so...
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Joint Press Statement

Press Statement – May 16, 2021 Indian Women’s Press Corps, Press Association and Press Club of India  strongly condemn the bombing by Israel of the building in Gaza that had offices of media houses. The building was also used for residential purpose by the journalists and their families...
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IWPC Stands With PTI

#StandwithPTI The Indian Women’s Press Corps (IWPC) and Press Association express their deep concern over the threat issued by the national broadcaster, Prasar Bharati, to review its subscription of the Press Trust of India (PTI), the national news agency, purportedly because it carried out an int...
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Statement on FIR against journalist Supriya Sharma

June 19, 2020   The IWPC is deeply concerned at the registering of an FIR against colleague, journalist Supriya Sharma for carrying out her professional duty. Supriya, who works for web news journal ‘Scroll’ has been booked by the Uttar Pradesh Police under Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prev...
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Rajesh Kumar Yadav: He resisted child marriage

​Rajesh Kumar Yadav, Harivanshpur Village, Shrawasti Rajesh Kumar Yadav is pursuing his BSc from Bahraich Degree College and also coaching children to fund his education. There are 5 members in his family- his father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, sister and brother. In his village, both boys and gi...
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