Sunday, June 26, 2022


How artificial intelligence can save journalism

AI robots analyzing large databases can send journalists at Bloomberg News an alert as soon as a trend or anomaly emerges from big data.

Dar Yasin, Mukhtar Khan and Channi Anand Win Pulitzer Prize for Outstanding Coverage of...

Three photojournalists from Jammu and Kashmir have been awarded the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for their skilful and brave coverage of life in the Valley after dilution of Article 370.

Syrian Underground Newspaper Enab Baldi Foretells the Story of Courage

Kholoud Waleed is a well-known Syrian journalist and one of the founders of the underground Syrian newspapers named Enab Baladi. The journalism of courage that she carried out with her team has also won her many prestigious awards.

Imposition of Import Duty on Newsprint: A Retrograde Step by the Centre

Choking an already suffering press, the Centre has imposed import duties on newsprint. Can a democracy be meaninful without quality media?

The Death of Democratic Uprising and the Need for Independent Journalism

EDITORIAL We are entering the fourth year of The New Leam and it is the sustained commitment to non-partisan journalism that keeps us going.

Journalists Condemn Arbitrary Rules to Deal With Fake News: Will It Solve the Issue?

The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has withdrawn it arbitrary rules regarding Fake News after receiving much condemnation from journalists and media. Will the new set of rules be democratic?

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