News Topic:Kashmir Editors Guild (KEG)
Free media fundamental to democracy: KEG
Kashmir Editors Guild (KEG) on Friday expressed concern over the recurrent incidents of media bashing in the Valley.
KEG, KPC condemn thrashing of reporters in Anantnag
SRINAGAR — Kashmir Editors Guild (KEG) on Thursday expressed its serious concern over the use of force against three freelance reporters, contributing to three...
KEG concerned over NIA raids on GK premises
SRINAGAR — The Kashmir Editors Guild (KEG) expressed its concern over the pre-dawn NIA raids on Greater Kashmir premises in the Srinagar Press Enclave.In...
Cyber Police summons Srinagar-based journalist Auqib Javeed
SRINAGAR — A Srinagar-based journalist was summoned by Cyber Police for his story, which was published in a national news portal a few days...
New Media Policy: Are Journalist Associations forced to maintain silence?
At a time when everyone including political parties and leaders are demanding revocation of New Media Policy in Jammu and Kashmir, most of the media outlets and the Associations they have formed are silent on the issue.
Newspapers publish blank front page in Kashmir
SRINAGAR — Newspapers in Kashmir valley today published a blank front page in protest against the 'government’s unofficial ban' on advertisements to two of...
Kashmir Editors Guild slams ‘media strangulation’
SRINAGAR — The Jammu and Kashmir government has stopped advertisements to two major dailies of the state, the Kashmir Editors Guild (KEG) said on Friday,...
International journalists’ body seeks photojournalist Kamran Yousuf’s release
Srinagar: Authorities should immediately release photojournalist Kamran Yousuf who was working in the Jammu and Kashmir region and has been held without charge since...
Young man dies after falling off 20-feet pole in central Kashmir
A young man died after falling off a 20-feet high pole in the Humhama area of central Kashmir’s Budgam district on Sunday.
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Kashmir Valley shaken by Sunday morning earthquake
A moderate earthquake rattled the picturesque Kashmir Valley on Sunday morning, causing panic among residents and triggering concerns about potential damage.
Medical Representatives’ entry in hospitals takes priority over patients, causing chaos
The entry of Medical Representatives (MRs) in hospitals during official hours is causing a mess in hospitals with doctors giving them preference over patients.
Father-Daughter Bond: Kashmiri song ‘Kya Karie Korimol’ goes viral
Experience the soul-stirring magic of "Kya Karie Korimol," a captivating Kashmiri song from Coke Studio Bharat.
India’s tech promise to rival China falters
India's tech promise to rival China isn't going according to the plan. Find out more about what's happening right here.