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Urdu journalist Ishrat Ali Siddiqui dead

Lucknow, Jan 2 (IANS) Gandhian and Urdu jouralist Ishrat Ali Siddiqui passed away here Thursday. He was 94.Editor of Urdu Daily Quami Awaz in the 1970s, he had opposed then prime minister Indira Gandhi on the issue of press censorship imposed during the Emergency.His protest against censorship stood in stark contrast against the studied silence of his colleagues in National Herald and Navjiwan, both...
Source : Chennaionline |
Category : Headlines | City : Lucknow

Urdu journalist Ishrat Ali Siddiqui dead

Gandhian and Urdu jouralist Ishrat Ali Siddiqui passed away here Thursday. He was 94.Editor of Urdu Daily Quami Awaz in the 1970s, he had opposed then prime minister Indira Gandhi on the issue of press censorship imposed during the Emergency.His protest against censorship stood in stark contrast against the studied silence of his colleagues in National Herald and Navjiwan, both papers also run by the...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : National | City : Lucknow

Urdu journalist Ishrat Ali Siddiqui dead

Lucknow, Jan 2 (IANS) Gandhian and Urdu jouralist Ishrat Ali Siddiqui passed away here Thursday. He was 94.Editor of Urdu Daily Quami Awaz in the 1970s, he had opposed then prime minister Indira Gandhi on the issue of press censorship imposed during the Emergency.His protest against censorship stood in stark contrast against the studied silence of his colleagues in National Herald and Navjiwan, both...
Source : News Track India |
Category : International | City : Lucknow

Urdu journalist Ishrat Ali Siddiqui dead

Lucknow, Jan 2 : Gandhian and Urdu jouralist Ishrat Ali Siddiqui passed away here Thursday. He was 94.Editor of Urdu Daily Quami Awaz in the 1970s, he had opposed then prime minister Indira Gandhi on the issue of press censorship imposed during the Emergency.His protest against censorship stood in stark contrast against the studied silence of his colleagues in National Herald and Navjiwan, both papers...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Entertainment | City : Lucknow

Urdu journalist Ishrat Ali Siddiqui dead

Gandhian and Urdu jouralist Ishrat Ali Siddiqui passed away here Thursday. He was 94.Editor of Urdu Daily Quami Awaz in the 1970s, he had opposed then prime ministeron the issue of press censorship imposed during the Emergency.His protest against censorship stood in stark contrast against the studied silence of his colleagues in National Herald and Navjiwan, both papers also run by the Congress.The...
Source : Prokerala |
Category : National | City : National

Musalman, the last hand written newspaper in the world today

Chennai, Apr 18: In a digital era where speed and immediacy of news reports has gained currency, The Musalman stands tall as perhaps the last hand written newspaper in the world today.From its small office in Triplicane in Chennai, all four pages of this Urdu daily are created by calligraphers or katibs and circulated to a small group within the Urdu reading population.Tucked away in a narrow by lane...
Source : Chennaionline |
Category : Headlines | City : Chennai

'Lego' graffiti in Johor Baru back - this time as paper cut-outs

Paper cut-outs have appeared at the site of a controversial wall mural, just hours after Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) officers painted over the art by Lithuanian-born artist Ernest Zacharevic. -- PHOTO: THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORKJOHOR BARU (The Star/Asia News Network): The "graffiti" is back, but this time in the form of paper cut-outs stuck on the wall. Hours after Johor Baru City Council (MBJB)...
Source : Straits Times |
Category : International

Local papers weigh on News Corp

News Corp shares dive as the drag from local papers pulls the entire group's...
Source : Sydney Morning Herald |
Category : Business

Paper's surviving edition printed

earliest surviving edition of the oldest English-language daily newspaper has been reprinted to mark its 275th birthday.The 3 October, 1738, edition of the Belfast News Letter gives an insight into early Georgian Britain, Ireland and the world.Edition 113 - featuring 4,000 words without illustrations - has been re-produced inside Monday's paper.The paper's current news editor, Ben Lowry, said: "It...
Source : BBC |
Category : International

Photograph of Prophet Mohammed triggers violent protest in Odisha

Publication of an imaginary photograph of prophet Mohammed in a vernacular daily today triggered widespread and violent protest by the minority community in many places in Odisha. In Cuttack the agitated community members pelted stones at the news paper and damaged some property for publishing the photograph of Prophet Mohammed. The Editor of the news paper tendered an unconditional apology...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : National