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NBA urges PM to restrain PCI Chief from making 'unwarranted comments'

NEW DELHI: The News Broadcasters Association (NBA) has urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to ask Press Council of India chairman Justice Markanday Katju to "exercise restraint on commenting upon areas which are outside his jurisdiction", reacting strongl

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Media creating negative impressions in reportage: PM

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said the coverage of various scams by the electronic and print media in the past few months had unfortunately created an impression that 'we are a scam-driven country and that nothing good is happening in our country.'

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Govt will not take any step to compromise with freedom of media: PM

NEW DELHI: Prime minister Manmohan Singh once again assured the editors of news channels in a meeting today that the government "would not take any step that would compromise with the freedom of the media.”

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Govt to make amendments only after consultation: PM

NEW DELHI: News channels can take a breather with prime minister Manmohan Singh hinting at a broader consultation with all stakeholders before coming out with any amendments that would put curbs on news coverage.

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News channels urge PM to scrap proposed curbs

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: Indian democracy will be damaged if the government decides to go ahead with the proposed curbs on news channels, leading broadcasters said late Monday.

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