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SC seeks response from centre on petition demanding constitution of media tribunal

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has sought response from the Central Government on a petition praying for the constitution of a ‘Media Tribunal’ to hear and expeditiously adjudicate complaints against media networks and television channels. The petition filed by filmmaker and social activist, Nilesh...

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SC asks Centre to create regulatory mechanism for electronic media

New Delhi: Supreme Court asked the Centre to file a fresh affidavit dealing with mechanism to regulate electronic media under the Cable TV Network Act while hearing the pleas filed by Jamiat Ulama-I-Hind and others alleging that a section of the media was spreading communal hatred over Tablighi...

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The TRP fudging saga continues

The Mumbai police’s investigation into the alleged TRP manipulation fracas gathered pace over the weekend. If one were to stand outside the central police headquarters in Mumbai, it would have looked like a roll call of media hotshots was being taken.

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Supreme Court refuses transfer of FIRs against Arnab Goswami to CBI

MUMBAI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to transfer to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) the FIRs filed against Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami. They are currently being investigation by the Mumbai Police. The apex court also refused to quash the FIR lodged against him in...

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Supreme Court notice on PIL against media companies for sacking employees

MUMBAI: The Supreme Court on Monday issued a notice on a petition filed against multiple media organisations, which have retrenched, laid off or forced their employees to take a pay cut on the back of the nation-wide lockdown to check on the spread of novel Covid-2019 pandemic. A bench comprising...

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