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Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed a plea of one of the 16 December Delhi gangrape case convict seeking seizure of BBC documentary 'India's Daughter', apprehending it could be used against him during his appeal pending in Supreme Court against his conviction and sentence.
The Delhi High Court declined an interim prayer of a law student seeking a lift of the ban on telecasting the BBC documentary 'India's Daughter'.
Enraged by the comments of two lawyers in BBC documentary 'India's Daughter', the Supreme Court Women Lawyers' Association moved a petition in the Supreme Court seeking a complete ban on their entry in the top court's premises.
Media trials tend to influence judges by subconsciously creating a pressure, the Delhi High Court observed on the airing of documentary India's Daughter.
. By banning the documentary, the Indian political class and their supporters managed to turn a mediocre documentary into a symbol of free speech; offer damning "evidence" of our cultural blindness to the plight of our own citizens; and render invisible the critical and concerted resistance of Indians against such violence. The long-standing paranoia the Indian government displays against foreign journalists achieves exactly the same effects.
In rare stance of protest, not quite seen since the emergency of 1975, NDTV went blank for an hour from 9pm to 10pm to protest the ban against the BBC documentary India's Daughter.
Indians should be happy that BBC 4 made and screened India's Daughter because it shamed the country just as the way Channel 4 shamed Sri Lanka.
The BBC documentary, depicting the aftermath of the brutal gang-rape and murder of the Delhi Braveheart in 2012, will have its US premier next week and will be attended by Oscar-winning actor Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto in a show of support for the film banned in India.
A prominent writers group in the US has said the Indian government's decision to ban the BBC documentary on the Delhi gangrape incident has "backfired" as attempts to suppress the film have given rise to a broader debate on issues of women's rights and freedom of expression.
Armed with a judicial order, the government has stepped in to prevent the viewing of the controversial documentary, 'India's Daughter', on the internet but cyber experts believe it may be virtually "impossible" to block its content.
An upset government on Thursday said necessary action will be taken after BBC ignored its advice and broadcast the controversial interview of Delhi gangrape convict even as it asked video sharing website YouTube to remove the documentary as it is "very sensitive".
The family of Delhi gangrape victim has taken a strong exception to making public of their daughter's name in the BBC documentary and has warned of taking legal action in this connection.
A controversial BBC documentary featuring one of the December 16, 2012 gangrape convicts has been uploaded on video sharing website YouTube by an individual.