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#MemberNews: Khabar Lahariya brings women’s voices to rural media in India

The International Press Institute (IPI) welcomes Khabar Lahariya, an independent and feminist rural media outlet in India, as its newest institutional member. Khabar Lahariya was launched in 2002 with the aim of bringing a feminist voice to local media and establish women as journalists in small towns and villages. Pooja Pande, head of partnerships at Khabar […]

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Mexico, India lead in impunity for killings of journalists

Governments around the world are failing to investigate the murders of journalists, according to the Vienna-based International Press Institute’s (IPI) Death Watch. Mexico and India are the two countries where the greatest number of recent cases are pending investigation. As many as 100 journalists lost their lives around the world in connection with their work […]

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IPI condemns killing of Kashmiri journalist Syed Shujaat Bukhari

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for media freedom, today vehemently condemned the killing of editor Syed Shujaat Bukhari by unidentified assailants in Indian-administered Kashmir. Bukhari, editor-in-chief of the daily Rising Star, was shot dead outside his office by three unidentified men riding a motorbike in […]

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IPI condemns attack on journalists in India’s West Bengal state

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, journalists and media executives, today vehemently condemned recent attacks on journalists in the Indian state of West Bengal and demanded that the state government take action against those responsible for these assaults and ensure the safety of journalists. Several journalists, including women reporters, were attacked […]

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