On World Press Freedom Day, an artist’s tribute to all who are fighting for the truth.
A fortnightly column from The Wire's ombudsperson.
As many as 21 Indian diasporic organisations from across the globe saw the raids on 'The Wire' as part of an "ongoing deterioration of journalistic and press freedoms in …
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Journalists at the week-long workshop discussed issues around cross-border stories and how the relations – or lack thereof – and climate changes affect these areas.
Recently, Mudasir Gull was detained for painting a mural in support of Palestine during the time when Israel bombarded the country.
Our preoccupation with the personal relationships of big donors are overshadowing charitable efforts.
If women are an essential half of our nation, shouldn't their stories be told by women themselves?
While some celebrate Saudi Arabia's broadening media landscape, human rights organisations fear that imprisoned women's activists and government critics are being neglected.