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'I don't remember': MJ Akbar resorts to refrain during #MeToo cross examination by Priya Ramani's counsel at Delhi court
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'I don't remember': MJ Akbar resorts to refrain during #MeToo cross examination by Priya Ramani's counsel at Delhi court

Senior advocate Rebecca John, appearing for Priya Ramani, then began her cross examination of MJ Akbar, represented by senior advocate Geeta Luthra, on the intricacies regarding Ramani joining The Asian Age and other case details.

#MeToo in India: NCW urges I&B ministry to direct print publications and production houses to form internal complaints committees
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#MeToo in India: NCW urges I&B ministry to direct print publications and production houses to form internal complaints committees

The National Commission for Women has urged the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to direct print, publication and production houses to form an internal committee to probe complaints of sexual harassment at workplace.

MJ Akbar quits: Silence from politicos, Twitter tiffs show why majority of harassed women choose to keep mum
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MJ Akbar quits: Silence from politicos, Twitter tiffs show why majority of harassed women choose to keep mum

Silence from politicians around the MJ Akbar accusations shows the problem is not only serious, but widespread.

#MeToo and MJ Akbar: Male authors, journalists come out in support of women who called out former editor
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#MeToo and MJ Akbar: Male authors, journalists come out in support of women who called out former editor

After 20 women, who were part of the first few teams set up by Akbar post the launch of The Asian Age in 1994 wrote a petition in support of Priya Ramani, a few men who were also part of the his newsrooms have spoken up in solidarity.

#MeToo and MJ Akbar: Who are the 20 Asian Age women scribes supporting Priya Ramani, willing to testify against their former boss?
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#MeToo and MJ Akbar: Who are the 20 Asian Age women scribes supporting Priya Ramani, willing to testify against their former boss?

Twenty women, who were part of the first few teams set up by MJ Akbar when he launched The Asian Age newspaper in 1994, have written a petition describing his behaviour and condemning his sexual advances. We reached out to the journalists who have signed the petition to respond on the call for this action in support of Ramani.

MJ Akbar-Priya Ramani criminal defamation case to be heard on 18 October; MEA junior minister set to record statement
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MJ Akbar-Priya Ramani criminal defamation case to be heard on 18 October; MEA junior minister set to record statement

The hearing in the private criminal defamation case filed by Union minister MJ Akbar on Monday against journalist Priya Ramani has not been listed for Tuesday, as reported earlier. The case will be heard by the Patiala House court in Delhi on 18 October at 2 pm

#MeToo in India: MJ Akbar calls allegations 'false, fabricated'; how English, Hindi national dailies reported MoS' remarks
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#MeToo in India: MJ Akbar calls allegations 'false, fabricated'; how English, Hindi national dailies reported MoS' remarks

Union minister MJ Akbar on Sunday termed allegations of sexual harassment levelled against him by several women as "false, fabricated and deeply distressing" and said he was taking appropriate legal action against them

Daily Bulletin: MJ Akbar calls allegations 'fabricated and baseless', Zika virus toll reaches 60; top stories of the day
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Daily Bulletin: MJ Akbar calls allegations 'fabricated and baseless', Zika virus toll reaches 60; top stories of the day

Union minister MJ Akbar terms allegations of sexual harassment levelled against him by several women as "false, fabricated and deeply distressing", Zika virus toll reaches 60 in Rajasthan; and other top stories of the day

MJ Akbar denies 'false and fabricated' sexual misconduct charges, to take legal action; no clarity on resignation yet
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MJ Akbar denies 'false and fabricated' sexual misconduct charges, to take legal action; no clarity on resignation yet

In his statement, MJ Akbar individually referred to some of the women who accused him of sexual misconduct, questioning why they had made the 'wild and baseless' allegations ahead of the general elections.