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Can 'excessive' media reporting on ongoing investigations hinder justice? Bombay HC asks Centre
India

Can 'excessive' media reporting on ongoing investigations hinder justice? Bombay HC asks Centre

The court was hearing final arguments on a bunch of public interest litigations seeking that the media trial in the probe into actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death be stopped

NBSA tells Times Now to apologise to activist Sanjukta Basu for derogatory comments during 2018 debate
India

NBSA tells Times Now to apologise to activist Sanjukta Basu for derogatory comments during 2018 debate

In its shows, the channel had referred to Basu as “Hindu hater”, “vile troll” and claimed that she was a part of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s “troll army”, the NBSA said

Bombay HC raps Republic TV over reportage of Sushant Singh Rajput case; next hearing on 23 Oct
India

Bombay HC raps Republic TV over reportage of Sushant Singh Rajput case; next hearing on 23 Oct

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

Aaj Tak fined for broadcasting fake tweets related to Sushant Singh Rajput's death; Zee News, India TV asked to air apology
Entertainment

Aaj Tak fined for broadcasting fake tweets related to Sushant Singh Rajput's death; Zee News, India TV asked to air apology

Aaj Tak along with Zee News, News 24 and India TV have been ordered to air an apology for insensitive reporting and sensationalising Sushant Singh Rajput's death.

SC takes strong exception to Press Council, Editors Guild, Indian Broadcasting Federation failing to appear before it
India

SC takes strong exception to Press Council, Editors Guild, Indian Broadcasting Federation failing to appear before it

The apex court also sought to know from the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) about the action taken by them against media persons who have violated the statutory requirement under relevant laws while reporting incidents of rape and sexual abuse.

Times Now told to apologise for Jasleen Kaur story: Why all media houses should take note
India

Times Now told to apologise for Jasleen Kaur story: Why all media houses should take note

The NBSA has asked news channel Times Now to issue an apology and pay a fine for its reportage on the Jasleen Kaur case. But they're not they only ones who are guilty.