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7 February 2019: In the Shadow of Violence: journalists and media killed in 2018, details cases of 95 journalists and media professionals who lost their lives in targeted killings, bomb attacks or crossfire incidents
1 March 2017: Investigative journalist Amitt Bhatt and Manchester & Salford Branch member is facing deportation to India and the likelihood of arrest and torture – possibly death – for his work exposing corruption and human rights abuses in Kashmir.
5 January 2017: Journalist unions have strongly condemning the killing of a journalist in Samastipur district of Bihar, India on January 3.
21 October 2016: Union expresses support for Amitt Bhatt to remain in the UK.
16 May 2016: The IFJ affiliated union, the Indian Journalists Union, claims the two journalists were killed as a result of their work exposing corruption and criminal activities.
IFJ calls for international laws protecting journalists to be enforced after another deadly year of killings
31 December 2015: 2015 has been another deadly year for journalists, with at least 109 journalists and media staff killed in targeted killings, bomb attacks and cross-fire incidents.
24 October 2014: Hugo Swire MP has written to the NUJ rejecting calls for further investigations of possible UK involvement in the Indian operation at Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple), Amritsar 1984.
30 September 2014: Special remembrance exhibition to mark the 30th anniversary of the November 1984 anti-Sikh pogroms.
12 June 2014: A delegation led by Andy Smith, NUJ joint-president, and John McDonnell MP delivered a letter to Downing Street setting out the union's concerns over revelations of the incident.
16 April 2014: The National Union of Journalist (NUJ) has called on the British Prime Minister to establish a full public enquiry into all the documents and events relating to India, covering the whole of 1984.