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'India's Daughter' ban extended till 15 April, HC seeks MIB advisory

The Delhi High Court has asked the central government to place before the court the advisory issued by it on 3 March prohibiting exhibition of the documentary.

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Media should reflect on whether airing gang rape film is justified: Jaitley

: I&B Minister said over the weekend that the media worldwide should reflect on issues surrounding the film made by BBC and specifically on whether a media organisation should allow its platform to be used by a rapist to justify his innocence.

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Early hearing on 'India's Daughter' ban refused; HC to hear case on 11 March

The court’s response came after two law students sought urgent hearing in their PIL, saying the ban is a clear violation of their fundamental rights.

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India’s Daughter: Country takes a step towards judicial dictatorship

The documentary, which was aired by the BBC in the UK, features conversations with Mukesh Singh and fellow convicts who raped and tortured a 23-year-old woman on a moving bus in December 2012.

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Delhi HC stays telecast of film on Nirbhaya; MIB asks channels not to show excerpts

The court also banned the telecast of the documentary on the internet too. "Cops can act if the film is aired," the Delhi high court said on Wednesday.

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