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On 1st Death Anniversary of Gauri Lankesh, Amnesty Raises Concern On Security of Journalists In India

One year after journalist Gauri Lankesh was killed in Bengaluru, many journalists in India continue to face death threats, attacks and false charges for just doing their work, Amnesty International India said today.

UN Chief Expresses Concern Over Killings of Journalists in India

UN chief Antonio Guterres has expressed concern over the deaths of two journalists in India and the violence against media-persons across the globe.

South Asia Solidarity Group and Sikh Activists to Protest in London on India’s Republic Day

As the Indian state gets ready to celebrate Republic Day with a show of military hardware and xenophobic nationalist rhetoric, we stand with the many

FIR against Tribune scribe a new low in Modi’s Bharat : Dal Khalsa

Pro-freedom group of the Sikh Dal Khalsa here on Monday, termed the FIR against Tribune scribe a new low in Narendra Modi’s Bharat. The organization has

Human Rights Activists At Serious Risk In India & Across The Globe, Says Amnesty International

It is estimated that around 3,500 human rights defenders and activists have been killed worldwide since 1998. Talking about the global figure for the year 2016, it

Gauri Lankesh Murder: Sketches Of Two Suspects Released, But Suspects Face Not Clear, Says Bengaluru Police

As per the media reports the Bengaluru police here on Saturday released the sketches of two suspects believed to be involved in the murder of senior journalist Gauri Lankesh

Killing Of Tripura Journalist Another Blow To Free Speech: Amnesty International India

The killing of 28-year-old journalist Shantanu Bhowmick in the course of his work in Mandai, Tripura, is another sickening assault on freedom of expression