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Abetment case: Arnab Goswami alleges mistreatment by Mumbai police

Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami is a man caught in the eye of a storm. Weeks after finding himself in the midst of a TRP manipulation racket, the journalist was arrested in connection to a 2018 abetment to suicide case.

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TRP Scam: Hansa Research moves Bombay High Court, claims harassment from Mumbai crime branch officials

Hansa Research Group has moved the Bombay High Court, alleging that Mumbai Police’s crime branch officers probing the case are pressuring its employees to “retract” a report, based on which Republic TV had claimed it was not among channels named in the TRP Scam case.

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Bombay high court gives India today TV a clean chit

If anyone thought that the TRP manipulation row has ended, the news is that it is far from over. Last fortnight, the Bombay high court stayed an order passed by BARC disciplinary committee and directed BARC India not to take any coercive action against India Today group subject to a deposit of Rs 5...

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Bombay High Court stays BARC order against India Today

NEW DELHI: The TRP manipulation row has embroiled several parties including news broadcasters, research agencies and police authorities. The row is getting murkier as it goes along. Last week, the Bombay high court stayed an order passed by BARC disciplinary committee and directed BARC India not to...

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NTO 2.0 case: Judgement reserved, TRAI can’t take any coercive step

The Bombay High Court bench today reserved its judgement on the NTO 2.0 case. After hearing both sides, the court has also ordered the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) not to take any coercive action against the broadcasters for non-implementation of the amended tariff order.

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