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  • HC restrains media house from airing Singhvi CD April 17, 2012

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has restrained a media house from publishing, telecasting and broadcasting the contents of a CD pertaining to Congress leader and a leading advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi. "Till the next hearing, the defendants (the media house), their agents and all others acting for and/or on their...
  • Soumya murder case: police clueless even after 3 months December 30, 2008

    New Delhi: Sixty six yearold MK Vishwanathan still cannot come to terms with his daughter's death. Though 3 months have passed, he has found it difficult to return to work. Soumya Viswanathan, a TV Journalist of Headlines Today, was shot dead in Delhi in the wee hours of September...
  • Slain journo Soumya Viswanathan honoured by Stockholm November 19, 2008

    Stockholm: Six Indian journalists, including Delhi journalist Soumya Viswanathan, among the 87 worldwide who perished in their line of duty during the past 12 months, were among those honoured at the Stockholm Journalists' Memorial 2008. The memorial, instituted by the Professional Foreign Correspondents Association, PROFOCA, of Sweden 2002, was commemorated for...
  • Forensic report hints Soumya was road rage victim October 14, 2008

    New Delhi: The forensic report on the car of murdered journalist Soumya Vishwanathan is out. The report has established that Soumya was shot from outside, and that her car was in motion at the time of the murder. Hinting at a road rage angle, reports say police are collecting details on...
  • New lead in Soumya case, but questions remain October 9, 2008

    New Delhi: A week into the investigations of journalist Soumya Vishwanathan's murder, the Delhi Police has a few leads. Broken pieces of glass found at the murder site led the police to a BMWSUV, but after tracking down the car and its owner, the police have ruled out their involvement. Delhi...
  • Clean chit to BMW owner, son in Soumya murder October 8, 2008

    New Delhi: The owner of a BMW car and his son, under suspicion after a broken rear view mirror of their car was found near the car in which television journalist Soumya Viswanathan was found dead last week, were given a clean chit on Wednesday. Mudit, son of real estate agent...
  • Cops appeal to people: Help us catch Soumya's killer October 7, 2008

    New Delhi: It is fast becoming yet another 'blind muder' case for the Delhi Police. Almost a week after TV journalist Soumya Vishwanathan was found dead with a bullet in her head, the Delhi police have very few leads. They found one bullet, which was fired from a country made pistol,...
  • Soumya murder: Witness saw car go out of control October 5, 2008

    New Delhi: Almost a week on and still no leads are available to enable a breakthrough in the Soumya Viswanathan murder case. But there is now a second witness who is being questioned by the police. The eyewitness identified as Shri Bhagwan told the police that the first witness, Anil, who had...
  • Soumya murder a blind case? Cops clueless October 4, 2008

    New Delhi: Police are still clueless about the murderers of television journalist Soumya Viswanathan, who was shot dead in south Delhi Tuesday while she was returning home after a night shift. "No clue has been found, and it continues to be a blind case for us. The reason behind her murder...
  • Soumya murder: Friends unite for justice | Blind case? October 4, 2008

    New Delhi: Friends and colleagues of murdered journalist Soumya Viswanathan came together for a prayer meeting at the Delhi Press Club to condole her death on Saturday. The mood was somber and everyone remembered her with fondness. Soumya's friend Divisha Gupta remembered her as, "A normal girl with normal dreams....
  • Advani slams Delhi CM over Soumya murder remark October 4, 2008

    New Delhi: The murder of Delhi TV journanist Soumya Vishwanathan has taken a political turn with Opposition Leader L K Advani reacting strongly to Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit's comments that the girl was being adventurous driving back from work early in the morning. "A girl is murdered in the...
  • Journos gather in Delhi to protest Soumya's murder October 4, 2008

    New Delhi: Journalists and colleagues Soumya Vishwanathan, who was murdered in Delhi on Tuesday morning while returning from work, have gathered at the Press Club of India to pay their tribute as well as protest her killing. Soumya formerly worked with CNNIBN as well. ...
  • Delhi CM shifts blame from victim to employer October 4, 2008

    New Delhi: A day after Sheila Dikshit came under fire for her comments on a murder victim in the national Capital, the Delhi Chief Minister shifted blame to the employers. Initially, she had drawn flak for her comment on the murder of journalist Soumya Viswanathan. "All by herself at three in...
  • Cops make little headway in Soumya murder case October 3, 2008

    New Delhi: Delhi Police have not made much headway into the murder case of journalist Soumya Viswanathan. However, the police claim they have come across one more witness who had heard a gunshot. The 25yearold journalist was shot dead in the capital while driving home from work at around 340 hrs IST...
  • Big story: Unsafe cities | 'Stay home, stay safe' | Poll October 2, 2008

    New Delhi: Soumya Viswanathan, the 26yearold journalist who was shot dead in the early hours Tuesday morning while driving home from work, shouldnt have been adventurous thats Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dixits reaction to a case thats sent shockwaves across the country. "Driving at 3 am alone in a city...
  • CM sorry for journo's death, admits city unsafe October 2, 2008

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Thursday broke her silence on the death of television journalist Soumya Vishwanathan saying that said that though she regretted the death, it was not good to be "adventurous". "One should not be adventurous, but I am really very sorry for her family....
  • Soumya murder: No clues, many questions | Blog: RIP October 1, 2008

    New Delhi: A day after television journalist Soumya Viswanathan was found shot dead in her car, there are still no concrete leads available in the case. More than 36 hours after the incident, police are clueless about how Soumya was murdered. They say that it could be .315 bore countrymade...
  • Woman journalist shot dead in Delhi September 30, 2008

    New Delhi: A 26yearold television journalist was shot dead in the Capital early on Tuesday morning. Soumya Viswanathan was an employee of TV Today Networks English news channel Headlines Today. Prior to joining Headlines Today, Soumya also worked with CNNIBN. She had stayed back in office on Monday night to bring...