Tag: Charlie Hebdo

Values and Ethics in Media and Mass Communication

Our World Our Times Anoop Swarup Oscar Wilde, the very popular Anglo Irish Dramatist and Poet who lived from 1854 to 1900, more than a century ago, lamented “Nowadays people know the price of everything and the value of nothing”. How true even today, I observed while addressing the distinguished gathering at the Makhanlal Chaturvedi

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“I stand by Jim Clancy”

By Jamsheed Rizwani Paris I stand by Jim Clancy an excellent journalist who was eased out by CNN after 34 years on the Channel…….for a tweet considered offensive by the the Israeli establishment…… Jim Clancy after having taken the defence of CHARLIE HEBDO saying that the journal did not criticise the Prophet but the cowards

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Kerry reiterates in Paris the common aspiration to create a world rich in love and short on hate

Special Correspondent Paris, Jan 17: US Secretary of State John Kerry this Friday remembered the day of the living nightmare that began at Charlie Hebdo and expressed personally the “sheer horror and revulsion that all Americans felt for the cowardly and despicable act, the assault on innocent lives and on fundamental values.” Speaking at Hotel de

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Paris, Unity March, Place de la Republique…

  Jamsheed Rizwani Paris, Jan. 11: All roads leading to Place de la Republique today are jampacked and it was practically impossible to walk up to Place de la Republique. I turned into avenue de la Republique where people of every origin…English, German, French and other languages…I can’t recognize..of every age, could be spotted.   Plantu ,Le Monde newspaper’s cartoonist

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Unity March in Paris: World is with the French people

Jamsheed Rizwani Paris, Place de la République-Nation, Jan 11: The whole world is with the French people, more and more heads of state and government and world leaders cutting across every possible line of division have announced their presence in the UNITY MARCH in Paris. Serguei Lavov, Russian foreign minister;. Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian President; Benjamin Netanyahou, Israeli

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Security beefed up in Paris ahead of National Unity March

Jamsheed Rizwani Paris, Jan 10: Security has been beefed up in France with the Government decreeing the highest level of alert ahead of the national unity march called for by the government, by all the parties and the labour unions. Nothing has been neglected to ensure the safety of the Parisians and the French. The

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Charlie Hebdo, Freedom of Speech: Point Counterpoint

Lalit Shastri Senior Supreme Court advocate Ejaz Maqbool participating in the Arnab Goswami show on prime time TV the other day condemned the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris in unequivocal terms but at the same time, keeping a tight upper lip, he also issued a caveat and criticized those who hurt the religious beliefs and faith

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Charlie massacre and the hostage crisis in Paris: All terrorists killed

Jamsheed Rizwani Updated: Jan. 9, 2015 @ 22.05 All terrorists-3 of them killed Around 17.20 Paris time security forces concluded their operation. Two terrorists were killed at Dammartin and a third at another spot Sky News reported: six quick explosions from the kosher supermarket in East Paris as security forces began assault on both sets of suspects ensconced at

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Attack on Charlie Hebdo: Flags at half mast in Paris today

Jamsheed Rizwani Paris, Jan. 8: Flags were at half mast on public buildings in Paris today as the French capital observed three-days of national mourning in memory of the victims of yesterday’s attack on the journal CHARLIE HEBDO. One minute silence was observed in offices, factories, and schools today at 12 noon. France and the French

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Charlie Hebdo massacre: Global outrage

Newsroom24x7 Desk Paris, Jan. 8: There is global outrage and all are condemning the dastardly attack against Charlie Hebdo.UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the massacre and given a call against forces of division and hate.   In a latest development, one suspect, Hamyd Mourad, 18, has surrendered in attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo

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