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Mangalore : Govt drops all charges against journalist Soorinje #goodnews

      Mangalore: June 14; The State Government has dropped all charges against journalist Naveen Soorinje in connection with the Morning Mist home stay attack Recently The Visual Media Journalists Association of Dakshina Kannada district had submitted a memorandum to… Continue Reading →

‘Soorinje can’t be allowed to go unless innocents are freed’

STAFF REPORTER, The Hindu Chief Minister yet to sign order on Soorinje’s release There was no progress made in reporter Naveen Soorinje’s case at Monday’s Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar. A resolution to drop the criminal charges… Continue Reading →

#India – Crossing the Lakshman rekha- moral policing #Vaw

    VIKHAR AHMED SAYEED – Recently in Mangalore, Outlook     The attack on a homestay in Mangalore clearly shows that Hindutva ideologues define the moral and cultural boundaries in coastal Karnataka.       BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT  Naveen… Continue Reading →

State cabinet withdraws criminal cases against scribe Soorinje #goodnews

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT, The Hindu + The HinduMariam Alexander Baby, Polit Bureau Member of CPI(M), with Naveen Soorinje, at Wenlock Hospital in Mangalore. Photo: H.S.Manjunath   The State Cabinet which met here on Thursday has approved the withdrawal of criminal cases registered… Continue Reading →

Indian journalists fight to free jailed reporter who exposed attack on women

    Roy Greenslade Monday 14 January 2013 guardian.co.uk   It might be thought that a journalist responsible for exposing a vicious assault on women would be lionised. In fact, he has been in jail for more than two months…. Continue Reading →

IMMEDIATE RELEASE-Statement of Support for Release Naveen Soorinje, – NWMI, Mumbai

  The Mumbai Chapter, of   The  Network of Women in Media, India, released a statement   of support for Release of Naveen Soorinje   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE; JAN 6,2013 We are shocked at the continued incarceration of Managalore-based television… Continue Reading →

Civil Society begins fast demanding release of TV journalist

  By Newzfirst Correspondent1/5/13   Bangalore – Journalists, rights activists and members of civil society organizations Saturday began a three-day fast under the aegis of ‘The Forum Against Illegal Arrest of Journalists’ demanding immediate release of Naveen Soorinje, the TV… Continue Reading →

Journalists announce hunger strike seeking Naveen Soorinje’s release

Staff Reporter, The Hindu, Jan 5 2013 BANGALORE: Backed by the International Federation of Working Journalists, the Karnataka Union of Working Journalists and the Bangalore Press Club, journalists from across the State have decided to launch a three-day hunger strike… Continue Reading →

Justice Katju’s statement in Mangalore on Naveen Soorinje’s case

December 3, 2012, http://www.vartamaana.com/ – Justice Markandey Katju  Chairman, Press Council of India. I have been approached by many journalists in Mangalore about my views regarding criminal proceedings against Naveen Soorinje. It will not be proper for me to make any comment about… Continue Reading →

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