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Referring to the #ArrestRhea run by the channel during the controversy following SSR's death, the bench asked whether asking public opinion on who should be arrested constituted investigative journalism
Haryana Assembly election 2019: BJP, Congress not to get full majority, JJP slated to win 6-10 seats, predicts India Today exit poll
BJP and Congress are in a neck-to-neck fight in Haryana Assembly elections, an exit poll said on Tuesday with the ruling party slightly ahead of its main rival
BJP may lose 3 upcoming polls in MP, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan but win Lok Sabha election due to Modi factor: C-Voter survey
A survey conducted by C-Voter and ABP news has predicted that the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party would lose all three upcoming Assembly elections of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan to the Congress, but the Modi factor may swing things in the party's favour in the 2019 Lok Sabha election next year.
Resignation of 2 ABP journalist echoes in Lok Sabha: Congress accuses govt of hounding media, BJP refutes charge
The Congress alleged that the managing editor and two anchors of a prominent news channel had to quit due to pressure from the government for airing stories critical of the Modi dispensation.
New Delhi: The Delhi State Election Commission on Sunday asked two major news channels to explain the reason for the telecast of the survey they made ahead of the MCD polls, in which they had projected a big BJP win.
Anupam Kher will host a TV show titled Bharatvarsh, which will tell stories about important people behind the formation and evolution of the country.
Shah Rukh Khan says he does not believe there is intolerance in the country, clarifying that his earlier comments on the issue were misconstrued.
The Aam Aadmi Party has managed to win back supporters in New Delhi and has now taken a lead over the BJP in the Delhi Assembly polls, a pre-poll survey by ABP News - Nielsen shows.
The Lok Sabha Elections this year saw two types of advertising by brands; the first kind was brands telling citizens to vote responsibly, while, the second kind were brands riding the election wave to promote themselves.
The Congress may fall on its own sword of non-performance, but the BJP won't gain much in the next polls unless its projects Modi as its leader, suggest three different recent polls
Opinion polls show the BJP and the NDA ahead of the Congress and UPA. But it is the regional parties that are likely to make the biggest gains. NDA and UPA are post-poll creatures