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Indian editors blast Modi govt over censorship on media

NEW DELHI: Editors accused India’s government on Friday of imposing censorship reminiscent of the country’s 1970s emergency after it ordered a TV network off the air over its reporting of an attack on an airbase by militants. NDTV India has been instructed to cease broadcasts for 24 hours next week after a government panel decreed it had revealed “strategically sensitive details” while covering January’s deadly attack on the Pathankot airbase. A spokesman for the information ministry said the channel would have to go…

Guftgu: A Dialogue Between Neighbours

It’s no more obscure that the scourge of terrorism has spread its wings to more than a world’s single territory. Needless to say, Pakistan has been the largest sufferer of the terrorism menace, especially in the wake of 9/11 attacks. In an attempt to highlight this global threat, a joint venture of media partners across Pakistan, India and Afghanistan ARY/NDTV/TOLO, is being launched to underline the terrorism issues facing the South Asian countries. It may be mentioned here that Pakistan has lost lives of more than 50,000…