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Seema Mustafa

Govt Agencies Used To Suppress Free Press: Editors Guild On IT Raids At Dainik Bhaskar

Jul 23, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

In a statement, the EGI said that it is concerned that government agencies are being used as a coercive tool to suppress free and independent journalism.

Editors Guild Demands Withdrawal Of FIRs Against Journalists For Reporting On Farmers’ Tractor Rally Violence

Jan 29, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

The guild said that the journalists have been specifically targeted for reporting the accounts pertaining to the death of one of the protestors on their personal social media handles as well as those of the publications they lead and represent.


'We Questioned The Way Goswami Was Arrested, We Didn't Demand His Release'

Seema Mustafa, President of Editors Guild of India (EGI), spoke to Outlook about the recent spate of arrests of journalists across the country and her views on an independent press.

Editors Guild Of India Gets Its First Elected President

Oct 17, 2020 Outlook Web Bureau

The Editors Guild of India held elections for its new office-bearers this Friday, signaling a marked departure from its earlier practice of being guided by consensus.


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