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CPJ: Journalists in India Covering Corruption May Pay With Their Lives

An international media rights group released a report Monday saying India fails to protect journalists at risk of violence, creating a challenging environment for those exposing corruption.  Records from the Committee to Protect Journalists, CPJ, show that 27 journalists have been killed in India since 1992 and many other cases remain completely unpunished.  "This has created a challenging environment for the press, especially small-town journalists and those...

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