Stories published by IPI’s partner media organisation in India as part of the South Asia Cross-border Journalism Project:

Article on Nobel peace prize for journalists: Maria Ressa, Dmitry Muratov typify challenges faced by media globally → Read more here.

Maria Ressa, Rappler and the insidious world of social media → Read more here.

Maria Ressa interview: You can’t negotiate peace if you don’t agree on the facts → Read more here.

Dmitry Muratov’s newspaper has remained flag-bearer of free media in Russia → Read more here.

Dmitry Muratov interview: Nobel belongs to journalists who were killed at work → Read more here.

The peace prize reminds us that the survival of independent journalism depends on readers, listeners and viewers → Read more here.

Fear in the air → Read more here.

World Press Freedom Day: Systemic silencing Read more here.

Why India should repeal sedition law → Read more here.

Is anti-sedition law killing journalism in the northeast? → Read more here.

Anti-sedition law: Is it a necessary evil? → Read more here.

How the seditionist label cost Aseem Trivedi → Read more here.

To mark World Press Freedom Day, IPI’s media partners in the South Asia Cross-border journalism project in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Nepal have documented several press freedom violations in their countries.  These stories are published in all the five news publications – The Daily Star, The Week, Dawn, Republica and Nagarik.