Journalists condemns Minister Jain for his threatening call to journo

Sunday, May 4th, 2014

Mangalore : DK District Working Journalists’ Union members staged a protest in front of DC Office on May 3, Saturday, against State Minister Abhayachandra Jain for threatening union member Yahodhara Bangera. Addressing the protestors, P B Harish Rai, president of DK Working Journalists’ Union said that such a threatening call by Minister is condemned. Later […]

‘PHCs should have at least 3 vials of snake antivenom’

Sunday, December 8th, 2013
Yenepoya University

Mangalore : Every primary health centre (PHC) in the State should stock at least three vials of snake antivenom, Minister for Health and Family Welfare U.T. Khader has said. He was speaking to presspersons after inaugurating a seminar for journalists on cancer prevention and tobacco control, organised by Yenepoya University, here on Saturday. “We have […]

Memorandum submitted to SP in city by journalists

Friday, November 29th, 2013
Memorandum submitted to SP in city by journalists

Mangalore: A memorandum was submitted on Thursday to DSP Shantanu Sinha of CPC office, Mangalore by a group of journalists from press club, led by Taranath Kapikad and Naveen Surinje and others demanding justice to a fellow-journalists V.T.Prasad of Karavali Ale a local daily on Wednesday,Nov.27 at Vitla near his house by a gang of […]

Rights groups: 50 killed in Sudan protests

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Khartoum, Sudan : Sudanese police killed at least 50 people this week, often “shooting to kill” when they moved to quell angry protests over the government’s cut of fuel subsidies, two rights groups said, as youth activists called for new demonstrations after Friday prayers. Hundreds of Sudanese activists, protesters, students and members of opposition parties […]

Renowned Journalists Kalpana Sharma to inaugurate National seminar at St. Ann’s college

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013
St. Ann's college

Mangalore : Renowned journalist, columnist and media consultant Kalpana Sharma will inaugurate the two day National seminar on ‘Education and Women Empowerment’ at St. Ann’s college auditorium on September 12- 13, said seminar convener Dr. A Shashikala. Addressing the press at the press meet held at Press Club on Sep 10, Tuesday, she said that […]

Forest Minister inaugurates Vanamahotsav programme at Kadri Park

Friday, August 2nd, 2013

Mangalore : DK Working Journalists’ Union in association with Mangalore Press Club and forest department of Mangalore division observed Vanamahotsav programme at Kadri Park, on August 2.Friday. Speaking after inaugurating the programme State Forest Minister and District in charge Minister B Ramanath Rai congratulated the journalists for organizing Vanamahotsava. He also said that   it is […]

Patrika Din celebrated at Kundapur

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

Kundapur :  Rajashekhar Koti, Editor of Andolana daily of Mysore has urged journalists to not just be reporters, but be the voice of the weaker and downtrodden sections of the society. He was speaking  at the Patrika Din programmes organised by the Kundapur Taluk Working Journalists Association at Kundapur Junior College Kalamandira on July 1, […]

Variety of events mark sports meet of scribes in Mangalore

Monday, February 25th, 2013
sports meet

Mangalore : Journalists working for various media houses came together and enjoyed a sports meet organized  by the   Dakshina Kannada Working Journalists Union, in association with Press Club of at St Aloysius College ground  on February 24, Sunday.  The event was inaugurated by Manjunath Bhandary, Founder of Bhandary Foundation. In his address, he was highly […]

Top 10 deadliest countries for journalists

Sunday, January 27th, 2013

New Delhi: Each year, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) publishes a list of journalists killed while on assignment. Sadly, this situation has not improved much with time. The following are the 10 Deadliest Countries for Journalists, as ranked by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).   The following list does not include those who […]

Editors Guild asks Karna govt to review case against reporter

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013
Naveen Soorinje

New Delhi : Editors Guild of India today asked the Karnataka government to review the case against a reporter of a Kannada news channel and withdraw “unreasonable” charges against him. Naveen Soorinje, a reporter with Kasturi Newsz24, was arrested in November 2012 after Karnataka Police invoked sections in Criminal Procedure Code dealing with “rioting with […]

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