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India doesn't need lesson on freedom of press from NYT: Full text of CBI letter slamming editorial on NDTV raids

Senior scribes discuss freedom of press in India

Prominent journalists gathered here on Thursday to discuss freedom of the press in India in the wake of CBI raids on NDTV's Prannoy Roy and his wife Radhika in a bank fraud case and said many loan defaulters are roaming free.Senior journalist Jaishankar Gupt ... Prokerala, 6 days ago

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MSN India

'It's a duty, let's take it as such'

On a plane to Delhi, Ram Nath Kovind, likely to be the next President of India, told NDTV of his nomination by the BJP, "It's a duty, let's take it as such." The 71-year-old is a political unknown, but his candidature scores several important points for the ...
 MSN India1 week ago Is Meira Kumar the right choice?  Sify5 days ago Ram Nath Kovind: Not really non-controversial  Sify1 week ago

NDTV press conference: Press Club president got email from CBI before event

DNA has learned that President of the Club received an email before the event.
 DNA1 week ago Foreign Correspondents Club distance themselves from NDTV presser  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Press Club condemns 'attempt to intimidate media'  Prokerala3 weeks ago

Be very afraid of the NDTV raid

A garrulous party spokesperson with a propensity for controversial outbursts gets a dressing down on NDTV. He is clearly discomfited'"this is not what he is used to i.e. TV anchor-brethren who allow him uninterrupted soliloquies. Promptly, the founder-owner and the original architect of private broadcasting in India, Dr Prannoy Roy, has India's most powerful investigative agency (somewhat impertinently dubbed by some as the caged parrot) at his door. The charges, even to ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
The Assam Tribune

The presstitute chronicles

The CBI raids on NDTV owner Prannoy Roy are designed for multiple objectives. At a surface level, they are meant to intimidate the press. But, at a deeper level, they also seek to heighten the social and ideological momentum on which much of this government hopes to thrive. Read ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago NDTV raids: Attack on Press or just another fraud case?  Sify3 weeks ago CBI action at NDTV boss's home attempt to 'muzzle' media: CPI  DNA3 weeks ago 'Against fraud? Or Against freedom, Mr Roy?'  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

CBI defends raids against Prannoy Roy, says it is just one of many cases based on private information

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which has been under attack for acting against NDTV and its promoters on the basis of a private complaint, on Monday said about six of the 10 cases registered against employees of private banks were based on "private ...
 First Post.com2 weeks ago Not singling out NDTV, other cases on source info too: CBI  DNA2 weeks ago NDTV raid: Of Prannoy Roy, freedom of the press and the business of media  Business Standard2 weeks ago Under-fire CBI defends NDTV raids, says it 'respects freedom of press'  catchnews.com2 weeks ago

CBI issues statement on raids against NDTV`s Prannoy Roy, here`s what the agency has to say - FULL TEXT

Issuing an official statement, the CBI on Tuesday sought to clarify its decision on carrying out raids against NDTV bosses saying the agency respects freedom of press and the action was taken as per the due process of law. New Delhi: Issuing an official ...
 Zee News3 weeks ago Action against NDTV taken as per due process of law: CBI  DNA3 weeks ago NDTV probe is about wrongful gains, not loan default: CBI  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

CBI raids a witch-hunt, political attack: NDTV

Private television news channel NDTV today called CBI raids on the premises of its owners a political attack and said it was the government's attempt to silence the media. In a statement on the CBI action, the channel said ruling party politicians could not ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago CBI action at NDTV founder's home an attempt to threaten media: Pinarayi  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago No witch-hunt in CBI action on NDTV founder: Naidu  Prokerala3 weeks ago Naidu denies witch-hunt in CBI raids on NDTV founder  Business Standard3 weeks ago

No infringement on press freedom, CBI did not enter NDTV offices, says Venkaiah Naidu

Venkaiah Naidu said while dismissing allegations that the searches were an infringement on press freedom The post No infringement on press freedom, CBI did not enter NDTV offices, says Venkaiah Naidu appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Govt committed to press freedom but law of land will prevail: Rajyavardhan Rathore on NDTV raid  First Post.com3 weeks ago Will not interfere in press freedom except in case of national security: Venkaiah Naidu  DNA2 weeks ago No attack on freedom of press: Venkaiah Naidu  Business Standard2 weeks ago

No raids on NDTV, channel's promoters have to stand scrutiny: Venkaiah Naidu

There were no raids on NDTV with the CBI not entering any office of the channel, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu said on Wednesday while dismissing allegations that the searches were an infringement on press freedom. The Central ...
 DNA3 weeks ago No raids on NDTV, promoters have to stand srutiny: Venkaiah  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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