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Whatsapp: VIDEO JOURNALISTS (JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA)

https://chat.whatsapp.com/DsFiSkJirb0ASsdAO2zYFG   FOR *VIDEO JOURNALISTS* ONLY Kind Attention *VIDEO JOURNALISTS:* Welcome to Video Journalists at *VIDEO JOURNALISTS Chapter* of *JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA*. PLZ JOIN AND SHARE YOUR NEWS AND VIEWS. THANKS *H K SETHI,* Secy. General *JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA* www.jaoi.org mobile: 9899462353 *Wiki Pedia Link* https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/HK_Sethi    Read More →

A PLEDGE BY JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (JAI) ON THE OCCASION OF 68TH REPUBLIC DAY OF INDIA:-

DEAR FRIENDS come together and do a pleadge : H K Sethi CEO JAI International Entertainment JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (JAI) has resolved on this 26th January 2017 that we are going to adopt a Village (which lack basic needs like health, education, food clothes, cleanliness. etc…) So, lets come forward together and do a pledge for the our Motherland, that would be real Republic Day for... 

COME FORWARD : Time to contribute for society. JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA has decided to ADOPT the Village

H K Sethi, Secretary General Journalists Federation of India COME FORWARD : Time to contribute for society. JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA has decided to ADOPT the Village (which lack basic amenities like Health, Education, Food, Infrastructure etc..) Please come forward to contribute your time, funds, cloth etc.  Read More →

*MEMBERSHIP* of *Journalist Association of India* OPEN ( *other than Journalist can also apply* )

*MEMBERSHIP* of *Journalist Association of India* OPEN ( *other than Journalist can also apply* ) Plz send your detail updates profile / Biodata on Email : jaimembership@gmail.com as soon as possible. Membership open for limited period. Regards *H K SETHI* *Secy. General* www.jaoi.org *Journalist Association of India* Mob. & whatsapp No. 9899462353 *Wiki Pedia Link* https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/HK_Sethi  Read More →

Women Passengers Were Dragged Out Of Vehicles And Raped Near Murthal In Haryana: Report (Hofington Post)

Women Passengers Were Dragged Out Of Vehicles And Raped Near Murthal In Haryana: Report (Hofington Post)
NEW DELHI — Women passengers were dragged out of their vehicles and allegedly raped in fields near the National Highway in Murthal, Haryana, reported The Tribune. It’s unclear if the incident, which happened early on Monday morning, was linked to the Jat agitation, which saw several violent incidents in Murthal and elsewhere in Haryana. Also Read: Haryana Government Refutes Reports Of... 

JNU Students’ Answers During Interrogation Leave Delhi Police Scratching Their Heads (Hofington Post)

JNU Students' Answers During Interrogation Leave Delhi Police Scratching Their Heads (Hofington Post)
Delhi police constables are getting lectured on subaltern studies, class warfare, development concepts in South Asia and perhaps even dialectical materialism. This is not a back to college initiative. These are the responses they are getting while questioning Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, two JNU students under arrest on sedition charges for raising pro-Afzal Guru slogans at an event in JNU. A The... 

Why Delhi Police Is Going Soft On Kashmiris Who Actually Raised Anti-India Slogans In JNU (Hofington Post)

Why Delhi Police Is Going Soft On Kashmiris Who Actually Raised Anti-India Slogans In JNU (Hofington Post)
From the very beginning, it has been amply clear that the people who raised anti-India slogans at the Jawaharlal Nehru University on 9 February were Kashmiris. Yet, the Delhi Police has not even been looking for them, because arresting Kashmiri students in Delhi will finish any remaining chance of saving the PDP-BJP alliance in Jammu and Kashmir. Arresting no one was not an option given the nationalist... 

Lab-grown sperm makes healthy offspring By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website (BBC)

Lab-grown sperm makes healthy offspring By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website (BBC)
Sperm have been made in the laboratory and used to father healthy baby mice in a pioneering move that could lead to infertility treatments. The Chinese research took a stem cell, converted it into primitive sperm and fertilised an egg to produce healthy pups. The study, in the Journal Cell Stem Cell, showed they were all healthy and grew up to have offspring of their own. Experts said it was a step... 

Bill Turnbull: ‘Special honour’ to present BBC Breakfast (BBC)

Bill Turnbull: 'Special honour' to present BBC Breakfast (BBC)
Bill Turnbull told viewers it had been a “special honour” to front BBC Breakfast as he presented his final programme on Friday. He has been seen on the show’s famous red sofa since 1999 but announced in September he was leaving the programme. “Whether you’ve been with us for the past 15 years or just this morning, I hope you’ve found it worthwhile,” he said. Football... 

Apple asks court to reverse FBI iPhone order (BBC)

Apple asks court to reverse FBI iPhone order (BBC)
Apple has asked a US court to overturn an earlier ruling ordering the company to help the FBI break into a phone used by one of the San Bernardino killers. In court papers Apple says law enforcement authorities are seeking “dangerous powers” and the move violates its constitutional rights. The FBI and White House have said the request is limited to one iPhone. But Apple says the software... 

How ‘black money’ saved the Indian economy (Justin Rowlatt , BBC, South Asia correspondent

How 'black money' saved the Indian economy (Justin Rowlatt , BBC, South Asia correspondent
There is no question that India has the most positive economic story on the planet. Buoyed by increased manufacturing output, India’s economy grew by 7.4% in the third quarter of 2015, the fastest growth of any major country in the world. But there is a dark side to India’s success, says one of the country’s most eminent economists. Kaushik Basu, the chief economist of the World... 

India caste protests: Haryana police seek rape claim leads (BBC)

India caste protests: Haryana police seek rape claim leads (BBC)
The chief of police in Haryana has appealed for any leads after reports that at least 10 women were raped during the recent caste protests in the northern Indian state. Director General of Police YP Singhal said the police would take action if they received any information. At least 30 people died and vehicles, shops and buildings were damaged. The demonstrators were mostly from the Jat community who... 
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