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Pakistan's journalists are daily confronted with a bleak statistic: Since 1992, 30 journalists have been murdered in Pakistan; 28 with impunity. Milana Knezevic reports
The junta’s message to the public is, don’t worry about the abrogation of human rights, freedom of assembly and the clampdown on the media, writes Tom McGregor
American journalist Evan Osnos says he turned down the opportunity to publish a copy of his new book in China because censors asked for almost a quarter to be struck out. The case highlights the dilemma writers face publishing in a country now hungry for western works, reports Dinah Gardner
Index has compiled some key stats for each World Cup country
The Index Award winner has launched a new project using song, dance and drama to teach rural Indians how to report on issues using their mobile phone
Repealing the blatantly arbitrary law is the only way to protect and uphold the freedom of expression, Saurav Datta writes
Against the backdrop of the World Cup in Brazil, we ask how, during global sporting events, should we respond to countries that repress their citizen's free expression? Should we engage or ignore?
Man from the state of Goa posted in a popular Facebook group that if Narendra Modi became India's prime minister, a holocaust "as it happened in Gujarat", would follow, writes Shuriah Niazi
In India, folks with brittle egos and skeletons stacked up in their closets, can and will wield the law to clam your mouth shut, and even have you put in jail, writes Saurav Datta.
Dramatic performances cannot be policed and subjected to pre-censorship, writes Saurav Datta