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Speech and censorship

Dawn 28 May 2022
It is time for the government to walk the talk and show that it supports media freedom ... The next challenge is the welcome decision by the Islamabad High Court to suspend social media rules and recommend to parliament to revisit Section 37 of Peca as well as the rules under it that were promulgated by the PTI-led government.

For new cultural policy for hallyu

Korea Times 28 May 2022
The top-down efforts to promote Korean culture, such as Korean food and hanbok, by the past conservative governments, have not been proven effective, and it has been found that the aspects of Korean culture which people around the world adore are rather influenced by media culture.

Steve Chapman - A setback for the right's attack on Twitter, Facebook

The Crescent News 28 May 2022
Social media is one of the main places where Americans engage in their ongoing dog fight over political differences ... The Florida law says that social media companies have no right to make their own editorial decisions ... Conservatives once believed that the government should not interfere with the content decisions of big, powerful media companies.

Rs28bn relief package for country’s poorest

Dawn 28 May 2022
He also mentioned that all the parties in the coalition government would sit down to find a way to revive the crippling economy, and invited the PTI to join the talks. About media freedom, the PM said the government had abolished the Pakistan Media Development Authority being set up by the PTI government.

Video: How Mona Tajarbi became Ras Al Khaimah’s first Emirati woman vlogger and influencer in UAE

Gulf News 28 May 2022
Mona Sulaiman is now known as Mona Tajarbi — a social media influencer and entrepreneur, apart from being a mother of two who still continues to work at the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Department of a government entity ... with a full-time government job is no mean task.

How “virtual crime scenes” became a propaganda tool in Nicaragua, Ukraine and Syria

Dissident Voice 28 May 2022
Creating “virtual crime scenes” is a tool which enables establishment media such as the New York Times, the BBC or (in Spain) El Pais, to convey interpretations of the events which conveniently coincide with the way they are seen by the US government and its allies ... Western media and governments quickly endorsed this accusation.

Calls for Investigation Mount Over Xinjiang Police Files

Beijing News 28 May 2022
Washington - Western governments are demanding that U.N ... "This new reporting further adds to an already damning body of evidence of atrocities in Xinjiang," said State Department spokesman Ned Price, who described the photos and other evidence published by an international joint media group as "jarring.".

World scholars urge UN human rights chief to resist US disinformation, deliver factual Xinjiang judgment

People Daily 28 May 2022
... the widely spread disinformation about Xinjiang made by notorious anti-China scholars, separatists and the US-backed World Uyghur Congress and Western media in recent years, and all have been debunked by the Chinese government and the Xinjiang regional government with evidence.

Yes, Muslims are portrayed negatively in American media -- 2 political scientists reviewed over 250,000 ...

The Star Democrat 28 May 2022
The media provide information that shapes such attitudes toward Muslims. A 2007 Pew Research Center survey of Americans found that people’s negative opinions on Muslims were mostly influenced by what they heard and read in the media ... To better grasp the evolution of media portrayals of Muslims and Islam, our 2022 book, “Covering Muslims ... government.

Perkins wins Oregon’s Republican U.S. Senate primary.

Federal News Radio 28 May 2022
... for her belief in QAnon, a wide-ranging and baseless conspiracy theory that depicts former President Donald Trump as a hero fighting a secret battle against a sect of devil-worshipping pedophiles who dominate Hollywood, big business, the media and government.

Admissions into E-Rozgaar to learn freelancing continue

Urdu Point 28 May 2022
... and online work continued at Government Sadiq College Women University Bahawalpur (GSCWUB) here. Lab Manager, E-Rozgar Center, Government Sadiq College Women University Bahawalpur, Ms.

Sugar import restriction could hit Bhutanese industries

Kuensel 28 May 2022
“And we are yet to hear from the government,” he said ... An official with Drangchu Beverages in Phuentsholing said they are waiting for the government to indicate something as the notification is not clear ... According to the Indian media outlets, India is taking up this move in order to maintain domestic availability and price stability of sugar.

BJP targets govt over caste census

The Times of India 28 May 2022
The BJP on Friday criticised the state government’s interest in reservation for other backward classes (OBC), saying it was only being done with an intention of seeking votes ... The BJP leaders also asked why the state government had not conducted ...

Civil servants, cops in a fix over long march security

The News International 28 May 2022
The civil servants remained in a fix during the tug of war between the government and opposition at a time when the long march was launched ... A provincial cadre SP who is head of the security team for the CM was leading the cops,” said a source in the KP government ... on social media.

Hamza promises better health facilities in Punjab

The News International 28 May 2022
LAHORE/SIALKOT.Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz Friday said that provision of better health facilities to each and every citizen of Punjab was one of the major duties of the provincial government and it was sincerely striving to improve the healthcare service delivery ... government.

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