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Delhi High Court to hear plea against Netflix web series 'Hasmukh'

The Delhi High Court on Monday will hear a plea by a lawyer seeking to restrain Netflix from streaming a web series. The lawyer community has taken umbrage at the Netflix web series Hasmukh, because it “maligns their image and reputation.”

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Brand Arnab unhurt by controversies

Arnab Goswami has been hogging the limelight from the beginning of this week, first with his impromptu resignation from the Editors Guild of India during a live television debate show, and now for the multiple FIRs filed against him for making derogatory comment against a political personality...

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NBF welcomes Supreme Court reprieve to Arnab Goswami

MUMBAI: The News Broadcasters Federation (NBF) has welcomed the decision of the Supreme Court to protect NBF president and Republic Media Network’s editor-in-chief and founder Arnab Goswami from arrest.

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SC breather for NDTV in tax assessment case; I-T dept issues fresh notice

MUMBAI: The Supreme Court may have ruled in favour of New Delhi Television in tax assessment case; however, the government has sent a fresh notice to the media company in the same regard. On Friday, the apex court quashed the notice of Income Tax Department seeking to re-assess the income of NDTV...

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Can’t gag media to fight pandemic: Editors Guild of India

The Editors Guild of India in a letter has expressed its reservations against the government for holding the media responsible in the supreme court for creating panic in the country amid coronavirus pandemic.

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