How journalism can survive
Australia has no constitutional safeguards for free speech, although the government added a provision...
The mandate of increasing the employees’ wages by 80%-85% is unsustainable
Newspapers have rights as well as responsibilities
Muslim-majority Kashmir is at the heart of more than seven decades of hostility between nuclear archrivals...
Initial results show the main opposition Republican People's Party narrowly won control of Turkey's...
Is the Indo-Pak row being exacerbated by unhelpful reportage?
Will our collective amnesia ever be cured?
The board was formed in January last year to propose a new structure for salary and other benefits of...
The new information minister says unfinished jobs will be finished
The draft law stipulates a 36-hour workweek for all media workers
One reason for the lower median earnings of college-educated newsroom employees is that they tend to...
The messaging service has been under immense pressure after the lynching of more than 20 people accused...
The 174-year-old US newspaper is now appealing for subscriptions as financial troubles loom
The government on January 29 had formed the 13-member wage board for the journalists.
The press release has expressed grave concerns over the attack
The board has been asked to submit its full proposal and recommendations in the next six months
The Wall Street Journal is giving up on printing newspapers for Asia and Europe
The papers will switch from a mid-size Berliner format in early 2018
The complaint says the same newspaper published many false and fabricated stories against several local...
Life cycle of a newspaper
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