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Commonwealth Journalists' Association

    The new CJA President, Chris Cobb of the Canadian branch, pictured, has said he was honoured to be leading the association. He was elected by branches after the online conference in Delhi in March.     “The leadership of the CJA is a team, and its members bring diverse experiences and knowledge to […]

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      Mahendra Ved On March 20, 2021, I stepped down as President of the Commonwealth Journalists Association, a non-government, voluntary body under the Commonwealth umbrella, ending a tenure that was prolonged, partly by Covid-19. Playing the host after over three decades, India was forced to hold the Delhi conference as a webinar, thanks […]

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SYED BADRUL AHSAN examines the special significance of World Press Freedom Day Free expression matters. And it matters enormously in the media, for the media is an embodiment of all those finer sentiments which go into an expression of the yearnings of the human soul. Those who hold aloft the banner of a free press, […]

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A tribute by SYED BADRUL AHSAN  A bold voice in Pakistani journalism and human rights activism, I. A. Rehman, pictured, has died in Lahore. He was uncompromising in his belief that democracy and rule of law were fundamental to the functioning of a state in contemporary times and that in defence of people’s rights it […]

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The University of London has confirmed the membership of a Committee to conduct an inquiry into the future of Commonwealth Studies at the University. The creation of the Committee, to be chaired by Sir Malcolm Rifkind, the former UK Foreign Secretary, was announced following consultation about the future of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at […]

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