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Category: Media

Tracing A Life-Taking Bullet

Journalists thought that at least, they were safe. They had no idea that they would have to face the bullets. The New York Times investigation recently revealed that Shireen Abu […]

A ‘Noble’ Cause, Indeed

Dmitry Andreyevich Muratov (b. October 29, 1961), the Russian journalist, television presenter and the Editor-in-Chief of the Novaya Gazeta daily, who was awarded the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize jointly with […]

Suppression Of Expression

The mighty State Power is trying hard to destroy the Press in a fancy way, across the globe. In different parts of the world, Governments have come out with new […]

The (Anti)Social Networking

It seems that surfing Social Media has become more than just a leisure-time activity for many. While the Social Media often become platforms for attacking political opponents, sometimes the Netizens […]

Crises, Trauma & Vulnerability

Russia launched a military operation in neighbouring Ukraine on February 24, 2022. It is difficult to predict exactly how many persons in Asia, Africa and Latin America knew about the […]

Urgent UNSC Meeting Called

by Christopher Lewis Dmitry Polyanskiy, the First Deputy Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, demanded on April 5 (2022) afternoon a UN Security Council meeting, to discuss […]

On Main & Lame Stream(ing)

The world has learnt a lot about the realities of the post-truth media world, but there, still, is much to learn. The word, like Clickbait, may be stated to be […]

Reaction In Unison

Countries have imposed sanctions on Moscow in the wake of the Russian military operation in Ukraine. Neighbouring Albania, too, has strongly criticised President Vladimir Putin for triggering the armed conflict. […]