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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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NBSA advises news channels to use social media content after thorough verification

MUMBAI: The News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) has advised member broadcasters of the News Broadcasters Association (NBA) to verify any content used from social media platforms in their news programmes at the highest editorial levels before being telecast in the wake of the recent supreme...

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