Saturday, January 29, 2022

Journalists

Over 6,400 journalists in Afghanistan lost jobs since Taliban takeover: Survey

Washington: More than 6,400 journalists in Afghanistan have lost their jobs since the Taliban takeover of the country, according to a recent survey. The survey...

Journalists can now avail discount on booking tickets through TSRTC portal: VC Sajjanar

Hyderabad: The TSRTC Managing Director, VC Sajjanar announced that journalists with valid pass could now avail concession on booking tickets online through the official...

Will try to get journos declared as frontline warriors: Kishan Reddy

Hyderabad: Union Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy on Sunday assured that he would strive to get journalists declared as Covid-19 frontline warriors. Putting their lives...

IJU expresses serious concern over killings of journalists

Hyderabad: The national executive committee meeting of Indian Journalists Union (IJU) in Hyderabad discussed various important issues concerning journalists across India.It emphasised on effective...

Telangana: Journalists protest at RFCL in Peddapalli

The management denied permission to media to take part in Union Minister Bhagwath Khub's programme.

Covid scare: Journalists face strict restrictions in Tokyo

At the main press center in Tokyo, the mood is still and silent, contrasting with the normally bustling media corps that follow the Olympics

Phones of journalists, activists from India could have been hacked: Report

The report published by The Wire news portal said the numbers of those in the database from India include over journalists, major opposition figures, one constitutional authority, two serving ministers in union govt, current and former heads and officials of security organisations

Researchers map all known victims of NSO Group’s spyware Pegasus

By mapping the data, the researchers from Forensic Architecture, an academic unit at Goldsmiths, University of London showed how nation-states also target other victims in their networks

Telangana Academy of Media extends financial aid of Rs 5.15 cr to scribes

Academy extended financial support to about 1,553 journalists who contracted the virus during the first wave of the pandemic and another 1,958 journalists who tested positive during the second wave

NIA court sentences three Lashkar terrorists to 10 years RI

Special court for NIA cases awarded the sentence to Mohammed Akram along with Mohammed Muzammil and Mohammed Sadiq in the Nanded LeT case

Telangana begins vaccinating high risk groups

In all, 7.87 lakh individuals from high risk groups will be vaccinated during the special drive, which will continue for 7-8 days across the state

Telangana Media Academy provides financial aid to 55 journalists

As many as 55 journalists were infected with Coronavirus in erstwhile Khammam district and an amount of Rs 10,000 each was credited into their accounts

MP govt to give free medical treatment to journos, kin hit by Covid-19

Earlier this week, Chouhan had also declared accredited journalists as frontline workers (Corona warriors).

Include journalists in ‘COVID warriors’ category: Press Council to Centre

The Press Council of India (PCI) reiterated its recommendation to the Centre and state/Union territory governments regarding insurance of journalists.

COVID-19: Manipur to vaccinate journalists on priority as frontline workers

Earlier, the Chief Minister had informed that four more COVID care centres have started functioning having a capacity of over 1000 beds.

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