Mumbai Police issues show-cause notice to Republic TV Editor, demands signing a bond for ‘good behaviour’
The Mumbai police have now asked Republic TV's Arnab Goswami to sign a bond for 'good behaviour.'
Govt mulling forming guidelines for digital news and OTT platforms informs union minister Prakash Javadekar on National Press Day
Prakash Javadekar indirectly condemned the malicious witch-hunt on journalists at the behest of the Maharashtra government
After picking up senior journalist of OTV, Odisha Police arrive at offices of the channel to search without warrant
Police came to OTV offices saying that Police have powers to enter and search as part of an investigation without warrants
Editors Guild of India chief Shekhar Gupta hails same Bollywood which aims to stifle freedom of press
Shekhar Gupta has taken to Twitter to hail the Bollywood big-wigs who have joined hands to gag Republic TV
Pakistani journalist with the Express Tribune named Bilal Farooqi was arrested by the Defence police from Defence Housing Authority (DHA) neighbourhood area in Karachi.
‘Remember what happened to Abhijit Iyer Mitra when he visited Konark Temple,’ BJD MP warns Odisha TV
BJD MP Anubhav Mohanty has warned Odisha TV and asked them to remember what happened to Abhijit Iyer Mitra.
Hong Kong: Pro-democracy media leader Jimmy Lai arrested under China’s new ‘national security law’, may face a long prison sentence
Reportedly, Jimmy Lai may face a prison sentence from 10 years up to life, if found guilty of 'collusion with foreign forces' by the Chinese Communist regime.
Pakistan journalist Hamid Mir speaks on Matiullah abduction case, hints at ISI and the army facilitating intimidation of media persons
Hamid Mir informed that he was unsure about the role of 'non-civilian' authority in the forced disappearance of Matiullah Jan, until segments of his show were 'censored' by those who have been 'historically' accused of executing such abductions.
Russian journalist convicted for “justifying terrorism” asked to pay fine of $6,950, prosecutor demands six-year imprisonment
Many human rights groups and media watchdogs have criticised the verdict against the Russian journalist and demanded her acquittal.
Forget Sabarimala, look into regulating media instead: Kapil Sibal says media should not have right to freedom of speech and expression
Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal raised concerns regarding the independence of the Judiciary during an online seminar on Saturday.
Republic under siege: How Congress, career-protestors, opposition parties and Khalistanis are setting the stage for violence
The Delhi Police has granted permission to farmer protesters for their tractor parade at the national capital on the 26th of January.
Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya handed over the amount to Champat Rai, secretary of Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, on January 23
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Impossible man: Why Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose cannot be appropriated by any party and what Indians can learn from him
Not just within the Indian political context, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose will make almost anyone uncomfortable
Sikkim: India foils China’s attempt to infiltrate, inflicts injuries on PLA soldiers in close combat
Besides 20 PLA soldiers, four Indian soldiers also reportedly sustained injuries in the clash at Naku La in Sikkim
By usuing 'Jai Shree Ram' BJP has officially blown the conch shells to announce battle against the dogmatic Mamata Banerjee
Professor who translated Rahul Gandhi’s “don’t need army if farmers are strong” speech in Erode faints after the speech: Reports
Muhammed Imran, who translated Rahul Gandhi's speech at Erode, collapsed after interpreting the speech from English to Tamil
‘I allow you housewives to have extra-marital affair with man of your choice’: Video of Mamata Banerjee’s ‘progressive’ speech goes viral
Mamata Banerjee says she is so "flexible" that she has given permission to housewives to have extra-marital affairs
‘Groping a minor without skin contact is not sexual assault’: Read details of the justification used by the Bombay High Court to deliver the...
The Bombay High Court in a recent verdict has ruled that groping without skin-to-skin contact is not sexual assault.
Gujarat Forest Dept to take legal action against Christian Evangelist Paul Dhinakaran over unauthorised use of the department’s logo
Website of Paul Dhinakaran claims of collaborating with the Gujarat Forest Department, a claim junked by the latter