Monday, 4 May 2009

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1. Panos Radio South Asia | Latest Development Dilemmas Issue, 4 May 20
From: Satish Jung Shahi

1. Panos Radio South Asia | Latest Development Dilemmas Issue, 4 May 20
Posted by: "Satish Jung Shahi" sjshahi
Date: Mon May 4, 2009 6:46 am ((PDT))


Panos Radio South Asia | Latest Development Dilemmas Issue, 4 May 2009

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Journalists, Are We Free?

South Asian journalists face enormous challenges in the line of duty all across the region. There is a fearsome environment with the growing hostilities against them. Incidents of threats, attacks, assault and killings have been increasing at the hands of religious fanatics, armed political groups, criminal gangs, street mobs, government bodies. In this edition, we will discuss with journalists from across the region about the state of media in their countries. Nepali journalist Binod Bhattarai moderates this session in Kathmandu. Participants include journalists Milind Kokje, coordinator of Asia Media Forum, Shehryar Mohsin Warraich, reporter of Geo TV in Pakistan and Khairuzzaman Kamal, news editor of Focus Bangla News.
Country: Bangladesh-India-Nepal-Pakistan.

Upload Date: 04/05/2009

Duration: 30.20

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Panoscope is an independent production of Panos Radio South Asia. We're committed to providing a forum for voices, views, and issues not often heard in the mainstream media. Non-profit media, development and other organizations can download Panoscope radio magazine free of cost for air or online use. Credit should be given to Panos Radio South Asia (PRSA) an undertaking of Panos South Asia. If you have suggestions for future programs please contact us at:
Panos Radio South Asia
GPO Box 13651
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