The Unrest: Magazine on Economic and Political Upheavals in the World

Democratic forces in Belarus have been protesting the brutal regime since August 2020. Photo: European Parliament (Representational Image)
Democratic forces in Belarus have been protesting the brutal regime since August 2020. Photo: European Parliament (Representational Image)

The Unrest: Magazine on Economic and Political Upheavals in the World

Raman Media Network (RMN) Company – which is working in diversified content creation, management, and distribution businesses on a global scale – is publishing The Unrest news magazine that covers economic and political upheavals in the world. The magazine is being edited and produced by Rakesh Raman who is the editor of RMN News Service.

In the latest May 16-31, 2023 issue of The Unrest magazine, you can read that the 2023 World Press Freedom Index released by the international organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF) shows that India is increasingly becoming a dangerous place for journalists. RSF – which defends freedom of journalists in all parts of the world – also asserts that all the mainstream media outfits in India are now owned by wealthy businessmen or oligarchs close to prime minister (PM) Narendra Modi.

You can also read that after conviction in the ‘Modi’ defamation case, Rahul Gandhi is so terrified that he has stopped talking about Modi-Adani collusion in the financial fraud case, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal blames PM Modi for ED chargesheet in the Delhi liquor scam, a case report reveals that crimes and corruption are increasing in Delhi housing societies, BJP approached for editorial inputs for 2023 research project on corruption in India, and even after Supreme Court order Kejriwal is a powerless CM.

In the international stories, you can read that three imprisoned Iranian women journalists win UNESCO prize, Viasna launches campaign to support political prisoners in Belarus, a special tribunal will investigate the crime of aggression against Ukraine, and former Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan faces corruption charges in multiple cases.

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Keywords: #PressFreedom #HumanRights #Punjab #NarendraModi #ArvindKejriwal #Congress #Russia #BJP #Corruption #Belarus #ImranKhan #Pakistan

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