The next time a crisis of this kind emerges, any newsroom will be more circumspect so that it does not meet NDTV India's fate.
A man from Saharanpur in Western UP admitted that he buys "pornography" from nearby villages. That is how he classifies these rape videos which he collects on his laptop,
Delhi High Court on Friday, refused to interfere with the ban on a controversial BBC documentary, India’s Daughter on the December 16 gangrape case
A film banned by Indian authorities about the deadly rape of a young woman on a bus in New Delhi has opened in the United States to acclaim, with Hollywood star Meryl Streep saying it deserves to win an Academy Award.
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.
Udwin, journalist Barkha Dutt and women's rights activist Sunitha Krishnan were invited to the Women In The World summit in New York.
Delhi High Court has refused to pass an order for prosecution of BBC and the British director of the documentary 'India's Daughter' on the Delhi gangrape.
The Delhi High Court on Friday sought reply from Leslee Udwin, the director of the controversial documentary on 16 December, 2012 gangrape, on a plea of convict Mukesh Singh seeking a CBI inquiry and Udwin's prosecution.
The ban on the telecast of controversial BBC documentary "India's Daughter" on the December 16, 2012, gang rape will continue
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'.
India's Daughter maker Leslee Udwin says govt is bluffing: 'MHA knew exactly what I was trying to do'
"I made it very clear what I was trying to do. I got permission from MHA on certain conditions, all of which I adhered to. There was no subterfuge. They knew exactly what I was trying to do.
The recent demonisation of India in the western media falls into a pattern driven by fears about a nationalist Prime Minister. India clearly needs to be on guard, given the western deep state's use of NGOs and evangelical organisations to further its interests
The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought response from two advocates for allegedly making derogatory remarks in BBC's 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.
An early preview of the film, before it was banned, included statistics of rape and sexual assault from all over the world
Delhi High Court on Tuesday agreed to hear on Wednesday a plea seeking to place before it a copy of the controversial documentary on the 16 December gangrape case.
Criticising BBC for going ahead with the telecast of 'India's Daughter', a documentary based on the Delhi gang rape, an article in the latest edition of RSS mouthpiece 'Organiser' has accused the channel of "double standards" and questioned its intentions behind running the film despite a ban.
Police on Friday registered an FIR in connection with the screening of banned documentary, India's Daughter, in south Delhi's Sant Ravi Dass camp area.