Prioritise reports that benefit the people, even though these may not be interesting, says Kadir Jasin.
They face accusations of causing 'fear or alarm' following a complaint from the Yangon regional gov't.
UPDATED 2.23PM | But close to half of both genders say their salaries are barely survivable.
Journalists in M'sia have to push for press freedom if they want those demands legislated by the government.
UPDATED 7.26PM | COMMENT | BN habit of favouritism and treating the media unfairly is already taking root in this so-called New Malaysian government.
LETTER | Journalists have a duty to report the news; they also have a duty to inform and challenge themselves.
This is a blow to the prosecution in what has become a landmark press freedom case.
PM Narendra Modi wants the matter to be addressed in the Press Council of India.
Amal, who is married to actor George Clooney, will be part of the defence team.
COMMENT | Be your own truth seeker, by being more selective of what you read and view.
MP SPEAKS | Leadership plays a crucial role in eradicating such monsters.
Politicians must be held accountable for their behaviour towards journalists, says journalists' group.
COMMENT | We urge those in positions of power over journalists, including politicians, not to take advantage of journalists.
LETTER | News sources must show respect towards journalists on duty.
Sexual harassment is not about reciprocity. It is about an imbalance of power.
Charges under the Official Secrets Act carries a maximum sentence of 14 years.
M'sian Mok Choy Lin and S'porean Lau Hon Meng released from Yangon jail after two-month imprisonment.
COMMENT | ‘If someone is accused of stealing, is it wrong to report it?’
We ask questions, sometimes difficult and embarrassing.
Get this book by R Nadeswaran and his team.
Journalists point out that banning journalists from the Parliament lobby would affect their ability to gather news.
COMMENT | It's the discordant signages of 'wartawan tidak dibenarkan', and the restrictive regulations used to bind them.
UPDATED 9.58PM | PARLIAMENT | He says media personnel should only stay at the press centre or media gallery.
TV producer Jules Ong says he and Lim Chee Too were verbally abused by 20 to 30 officers.
The majority of them - 53 - died as a result of targeted attacks, adds Reporters Without Borders.
Over the past decade, more than 800 journalists have been killed in the line of duty, and only 8 percent of these cases have been resolved. These are the official figures of the director-general of Unesco, an organisation of 195 member states.
Too much to ask our reporters to step up to the plate?