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Three member PCI team arrives in Srinagar

The three-member team of the Press Council of India (PCI) has arrived in the summer capital Srinagar.

Journalists highlight police ‘highhandedness’ before PCI’s Fact Finding Committee

A delegation of Jammu and Kashmir Journalist Association (JAKJA) today called on the Press Council of India’s Fact-Finding Committee.

After Mehbooba Mufti’s letter, PCI to inquire intimidation of journalists

The Press Council of India ordered the constitution of a three-member fact finding committee to inquire into intimidation and harassment of journalists.

Mehbooba Mufti concerned over ‘intimidation’ of journalists in Kashmir

Mehbooba Mufti wrote a letter to PCI and EGI, pointing out the “intimidation, snooping and harassment of journalists in Kashmir.”

Journalists of local media subjected to heat by Admin in J&K: PCI

SRINAGAR — The Press Club of India on Friday said that amid the restriction on high speed internet in Jammu and Kashmir, the journalists...

COVID-19 lockdown: PCI asks States to ensure smooth functioning of media

NEW DELHI — The Press Council of India (PCI) has advised all State governments and administrative authorities to take necessary measures to ensure the...

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,...

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4000 Constable vacancies in J&K Police: DGP Dilbagh Singh

The Director General of Police (DGP) for Jammu and Kashmir, Dilbagh Singh, on Wednesday said that there is a notable shortfall of approximately 4,000 constables.

Explosion leaves eight non-locals injured in Anantnag

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