The Press Club of India and Indian Women's Press Corps express serious concern that journalists on duty have come under attack while covering the communal violence rocking northeast Delhi since last Sunday. Several of them have been hospitalized ...

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जाने-माने मनोश्चिकित्सक डॉ ‌निमिष देसाई  का मानना हैं कि कोविड के प्रहार के बाद  अब लोगों को एक और महामारी से निपटने की तैयारी शुरू कर देनी चाहिए और वो  बीमारी है मानसिक अवसाद की. खास तौर पर कोविड के भीषण प्रहार और उस के बाद उस के ...

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Press Statement-  June 15, 2022 The Indian Women’s Press Corps expresses concern at the spate of FIRs against journalists the latest being Navika Kumar for objectionable statements made not by her but someone else in a television debate she ...

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Press Statement-  June 10, 2022 The Indian Women’s Press Corps is shocked and concerned about the arbitrary manner in which an FIR has been filed against our member and senior journalist Saba Naqvi for her posts.  It appears that selec ...

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“Following my World Boxing Championship Gold, I realise people’s expectations have gone up. I will work harder and put in more preparation to get a medal in the 2024 Paris Olympics.” Fresh from her qualification for the forthcoming Commonwealth ...

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May 14, 2022 We, the undersigned journalist organizations, express strongest condemnation at the wanton killing of Al-Jazeera woman reporter Shireen Abu Akleh in the city of Jenin in the occupied West Bank while she was on duty covering a raid b ...

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May 3 is celebrated as World Press Freedom Day. It is also a day to introspect and take stock of where press freedoms are located in a vastly globalized world. The attacks on the media the world over have grown in myriad ways including in advanc ...

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The Indian Women's Press Corps stands in solidarity with Samriddhi K. Sakunia and Swarna Jha, the two women journalists who have been harassed, intimidated and detained for doing their job. The IWPC demands that the police immediately releases t ...

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The Indian Women's Press Corps is shocked and dismayed by the act of Tripura Police of booking journalist Shyam Meera Singh under UAPA along with a 100 others. Shyam Meera Singh has alleged that he has been booked for tweeting "Tripura is b ...

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Date: August 20, 2021 The Indian Women’s Press Corps (IWPC) is deeply concerned about the increasing killing and harassment of media persons in Afghanistan by the Taliban.  There have been reports of kidnapping, killing and threatening journalis ...

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