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Laadli 2017 South group photoFive NWMI members for Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu were among the winners of the Laadli Media & Advertising Awards, 2015-16 (southern region) in Hyderabad on April 10.

Malini S courtesy Velvet Revolution

Reporting from conflict areas is dominated by men and often gets reduced to the more 'adventurous' and 'dangerous' world of 'war zones'. But it's much broader and encapsulates many other kinds of wars as Divya Arya brings out... 

N Venugopal Rao, editor of the Telugu monthly Veekshanam, took participants at the Hyderabad National Meet on a heritage walk through the Osmania University campus, and explained the social history of the university and the building.

Speaking at the Hyderabad National Meet, Prof M Kodandaram, chairman of the all-party Telangana Political Joint Action Committee, provided a brief history of the Telangana movement, starting with the agitation against non-Mulkis (locals) soon after Independence.

As journalists at the Hyderabad Meet spoke of how they were harassed for doing their job, Padmaja Shaw, retired professor of journalism at Osmania University, put these narratives in a broader context.

Narrating how casteist editors and reporters impact news stories on caste, she requested journalists to be casteless

Women remain easy targets on social media and women in journalism even easier, writes Ranjona Banerji. Women journalists face sexual harassment in the office, online trolling, stalking, and more.

Friday, 26 June 2015 11:03

Vignettes from the Emergency

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On the 40th anniversary of the Emergency, we reprint an article published on our website in 2014, 

Friday, 13 March 2015 13:50

Festival of Cinema by Asian Women

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IAWRT's annual event showcases audio-visual works by Asian women

Thursday, 12 February 2015 17:34

NWMI expresses support to Shirin Dalvi

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Dalvi, Editor, Mumbai edition, Awadhnama faces many cases in different Mumbai police stations and threats
Sunday, 28 December 2014 15:42

Encouraging women, girls and gender minorities to loiter

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Worldwide response to #whyloiter, a unique social media campaign.