Delhi HC to hear Bollywood producers' plea to restrain Republic TV, Times Now from making 'irresponsible remarks'
The court has directed the media houses to ensure that no defamatory content will be uploaded on social media platforms or displayed on their channels. The next hearing is scheduled for tomorrow.
Delhi HC seeks media outlets' response to Bollywood producers lawsuit; next hearing slated for 14 December
The Delhi HC also asked the media outlets to ensure that no defamatory content is uploaded on social media platforms or displayed on their channels.
Donald Trump, Indian news channels and Bollywood: Notes on watching people say obnoxious things loudly
The job of the American president is not to entertain the world; he is not meant to be a clown. Similarly, and at a far smaller level of impact, it is not the job of TV news channels to keep viewers engrossed in the drama of what are essentially reality TV shows.
The attack on Dr Kafeel Ahmed Khan from Gorakhpur shows that the keyboard warriors of Hindutva can't stand up to the fact that when their heroes failed, a Muslim proved that he is a doctor and an Indian first
NDTV: Media has erred, charges of money laundering against channel are false; I-T Dept distorting ITAT verdict
On Sunday, NDTV accused some media outlets of misreporting a recent Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) order which upheld a tax demand raised on $150 million investment by a US television network in NDTV in 2008.
NDTV raids: Using journalists to bat for promoters defies media integrity, compromises channel's image
The NDTV has so far been seen to be in the media race for the “long haul”. But, by protesting too much and too early they are showing signs of being jittery and nervous.
The Editors Guild on Wednesday deplored a tweet by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj concerning a woman journalist and said it was an “attempt to intimidate the media”.