CITIZENS

  • Mission Twisha: Mother appeals for help for 4-year-old daughter born with an incomplete food pipe 12 hours 17 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Baby Twisha is less than 4 years old but has already undergone 20 surgeries as she was born with an incomplete food pipe. The operation costs Rs 7.5 crore, so CNN-IBN Citizen Journalist is making an appeal to people to come forward and donate so that Baby Twisha...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show October 12, 2014

    Watch the most recent episode of the Citizen Journalist Show ...
  • CJ reports poor condition of street lights in Gurgaon October 10, 2014

    Citizen Journalist Kalpana Vishwanath talks about poor condition of street lights in Gurgaon. ...
  • J&K floods: Bemina girls turn CJ to show the true scale of devastation October 6, 2014

    A month after the flood wreaked havoc in Jammu and Kashmir, life is still limping back to normalcy. Two young girls from Bemina, which was one of the worst affected, turned Citizen Journalists for CNN-IBN to show the true scale of devastation. ...
  • 'You're a cliche Modi, you're a cliche!': John Oliver has a laugh at the Indian PM on his show for quoting from Star Wars while standing next to Wolverine September 29, 2014

    You can safely conclude that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the Unites States of America will not be forgotten in a while. After a rousing speech at the United Nations General Assembly, Modi shared the stage with actor Hugh Jackman, of Wolverine fame, at the famous Central Park...
  • The Citizen Journalist show September 29, 2014

    We bring you stories that citizens' send us from around the country. ...
  • ISIS beheads British national, warns US to pull out forces from Iraq September 14, 2014

    Islamic State militants released a video on Saturday which purported to show the beheading of British aid worker David Haines. ISIS militant in the video said, "Allies of America continue to strike at Muslims. They will only accelerate their own destruction." ...
  • The Citizen Journalist show September 2, 2014

    Stories that affect you the citizens of India. ...
  • US identifies citizens fighting for Islamic State August 30, 2014

    Washington: US intelligence and law enforcement agencies have identified around a dozen of its citizens, who have traveled to the Middle East to join jihad led by the Islamic State, officials said. As the group has grown stronger in recent months, more foreigners have gone to Syria to fight in its...
  • Yes I am the Change: Plug the leak August 25, 2014

    This short film takes up the issue of water conservation with a touch of humour and pop culture references. ...
  • Yes I am the Change: The joy of giving August 25, 2014

    This is a film with a large heart that teaches us to look beyond our selfish interests. ...
  • Yes I am the Change: Infant deaths a concern August 25, 2014

    This film by Madhur Anand and Arjun Aiyer highlights the dangers that infants face in unhealthy surroundings. ...
  • Yes I am the Change: Disability not a barrier August 25, 2014

    This short film by a group called Yes Creations talks about the needs of the differently abled, their joys and sorrows. ...
  • Sonakshi Sinha takes the Ice Bucket Challenge and also conserves water August 25, 2014

    Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha tries to spread two messages as once while taking up an Ice Bucket Challenge. ...
  • Child consumes chemical, mother turns CJ to expose school's negligence August 25, 2014

    A disturbing story that can make many parents uncomfortable. A preschool in west Delhi dumped a child home when he should have been admitted to the ICU in a hospital. ...
  • The Citizen Journalist show August 23, 2014

    This week, the Citizen Journalist show highlights short films which give big message like 'Save Water' and 'Clean Up India' and your pictures and videos. ...
  • News 360: Woman exposes school's negligence after child consumes chemical August 21, 2014

    In a disturbing incident, one that would make every parent uncomfortable, a school in west Delhi dumped a critically ill child home instead of admitting him to an ICU despite the doctors' advice. ...
  • Woman turns CJ to expose school's negligence after child consumes chemical August 21, 2014

    New Delhi: In a disturbing incident, one that would make every parent uncomfortable, a school in west Delhi dumped a critically ill child home instead of admitting him to an ICU despite the doctors' advice. The child nearly died and is now undergoing critical care. The school principal has disappeared and the...
  • The Citizen Journalist show: Independence Day special August 18, 2014

    This week on the Citizen Journalist show we celebrate the 68th Independence Day. ...
  • Lokpal, Citizen's Grievances Bill among priorities of government: PMO August 11, 2014

    New Delhi: Setting up of the anticorruption body Lokpal is among the key measures that are the top priorities of the government, the Prime Minister's Office has said. In its communication to the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, the PMO has identified setting up of Lokpal, passing of Citizen's...
  • The Citizen Journalist show August 11, 2014

    This week on the Citizen Journalist show we showcase you an array of stories from all across India. ...
  • The Citizen Journalist show August 4, 2014

    This week we are in the backroompacking in backstories and forward movements on your stories. ...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show July 20, 2014

    This week's Citizen Journalist Show puts spotlight on issues affecting citizens from across the country. This episode features story of a rape victims fight for compensation to a story highlighting the plight of malaria survivors in Tripura. We also have a story of a young female mountaineers journey to Europe's...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show July 13, 2014

    This week, CJ puts its focus on the issues concerning the children. Be it the condition of government run schools, child labour or sexual harassment faced by young women, it's all here on the show. ...
  • Budget 2014: Tax exemption limit raised to Rs 2.5 lakh from Rs 2 lakh July 10, 2014

    New Delhi: In a minor relief to the individual tax payers, the Narendra Modi government in its maiden Union Budget raised the income tax exemption slab from Rs 2 lakh to Rs 2.5 lakh. "I propose not to make any changes in the tax rate. However, with the view to provide...
  • CJ Mushtaq fights garbage woes in Srinagar July 6, 2014

    Mushtaq Khan, a resident of Srinagar city has turned CJ to highlight the unscientific disposal of municipal waste in his city. This, according to CJ and residents, has led to contamination of natural resources as well as resulted in foul smell engulfing the residential areas in and around Srinagar Municipal...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show July 5, 2014

    This week, a father's appeal to help find his missing son, a cj demands safe and environmental friendly disposal of municipal garbage in Srinagar, a construction worker picks up CJ mike to demand her rights, your pictures and much more. ...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show June 29, 2014

    This week, Actress Kalki Koechlin lends her support to CJ's initiative on 'menstrual taboos'. Also, students pick up CJ mike to discuss the recent row between Delhi University (DU) and University Grants Commission (UGC) over FYUP and how it affects their admission plans. Watch the teaser below to know more: ...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show June 22, 2014

    In this episode, one CJ's fight for illegal sand mining in UP, a CJ's fight against litterbugs in Mumbai, a traffic cop's appeal to citizens to follow traffic rules and video volunteers report on how a taboo is forcing young women to hide in the jungle during menstruation. ...
  • Mumbai artist inducted on international panel June 22, 2014

    Mumbai: A citybased artist has been appointed as "ethics adviser and ambassador" by the World Citizen Artists (WCA) to raise awareness about global issues through art. Prakash Bal Joshi, a former senior political journalist with a English daily here, has exhibited his art in Europe, USA, Turkey, Bhutan and other international...