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06.06.2021

PEC demands unconditional release of all scribes in Myanmar

PEC demands unconditional release of all scribes in Myanmar

by Thakuria Navajyoti Geneva/Guwahati: As the imprisonment of scribes and other democratic activists under arbitrary laws becomes a new normal in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma), the Switzerland-based media rights body Press Emblem Campaign (https://pressemblem.ch/)  urges the military regime in NayPieTaw to release all media workers unreservedly. »

06.06.2021

PEC lauds Indian authorities for corona compensation to scribes

PEC lauds Indian authorities for corona compensation to scribes

MEDIA by Thakuria Navajyoti Geneva/Guwahati, 1 June 2021: Press Emblem Campaign, the Switzerland-based international media rights and safety body, appreciates the initiative of Indian federal government along with many provincial authorities for sanctioning financial assistance to the families of Covid-19 victims among journalists. As India continues to be the worst… »

23.05.2021

Corporate social responsibility: Can it save an artist from giving up his vocation?

Corporate social responsibility: Can it save an artist from giving up his vocation?

TRADITIONAL CRAFTS         By B C Kiran Gudigar or Gudigara are craftsmen residing in the state of Karnataka, India. Their traditional profession was to build temples and places of worship. The skills were passed on only in the families of Gudigaras. Today they have diversified into many… »

04.05.2021

The devastating impact of the pandemic on media, deplorable situation in India

The devastating impact of the pandemic on media, deplorable situation in India

by Thakuria Navajyoti Geneva/Guwahati, 30 April 2021: The Covid-19 pandemic had a devastating impact on the media, the Switzerland-based media rights and safety body Press Emblem Campaign (PEC) lamented last Friday in preparation for World Press Freedom Day on 3 May. The human cost of the pandemic is particularly high… »

20.02.2021

World Localization Day: Local Futures, Economics of Happiness

World Localization Day: Local Futures, Economics of Happiness

In 2020, people from 172 countries tuned into World Localization Day – an event that included contributions from Noam Chomsky, Russell Brand, Vandana Shiva and over 100 other voices. This is testimony to the fact that, wherever you look, positive things really are happening! World… »

18.02.2021

The NCHRO condemns the arrest of activist Disha Ravi

The NCHRO condemns the arrest of activist Disha Ravi

New Delhi: 16 Feb 2021. On February 13, 2021, the Delhi Police registered an FIR against Disha Ravi. Ravi has been a known climate activist and has supported the farmers’ protest publicly. The Police claim that Ravi has used a “toolkit” supporting the farmers’ protests. The toolkit allegedly had some… »

16.02.2021

PEC expresses concern over complete internet shut down in Myanmar

PEC expresses concern over complete internet shut down in Myanmar

(as reported by Nava Thakuria) Geneva/Guwahati, 15 February 2021: After the military coup in Myanmar on 1 February, the junta has now cut down internet services across the south-east Asian country from Monday, seemingly to start an aggressive military action against millions of pro-democracy Burmese protesters and thus put their… »

03.02.2021

The NCHRO condemns the arresting of Mandeep Punia and demands immediate release of locked up journalists

The NCHRO condemns the arresting of Mandeep Punia and demands immediate release of locked up journalists

On January 30, 2021, the police at the Singhu border, where the protesting farmers are gathered, arrested a journalist who was merely doing his job at the site. The journalist, Mandeep Punia had been closely covering the farmers’ protests since last year and has been among the few voices presenting… »

27.10.2020

JFA expresses shock over Bangla scribe’s murder

JFA expresses shock over Bangla scribe’s murder

The Journalists’ Forum Assam (JFA) expresses shock over Bangladesh scribe Md Iliyas Hossain’s brutal murder recently in Narayanganj locality. Hossain (50), who used to report for the Dhaka-based Bengali newspaper DailyBijoy, was targeted by assailants for his media coverage on smuggling, illegal gas connections and drug trafficking. Hailing from Jiodhara… »

09.09.2020

PPFA demands stringent action against Satra vandals

PPFA demands stringent action against Satra vandals

Condemning continued acts of vandalism at Satras and temples across Assam by rabidly communal malcontents, the Patriotic People’s Front Assam (PPFA) has urged the State government in Dispur to take serious note of the situation as anti-national forces are waging a diabolical war against the unique cultural identity of India. »

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