MEDIA REPORTING

  • SC refuses to formulate media guidelines September 11, 2012

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that guideline for media reporting cannot be made across the board. Pointing out that in certain cases it is necessary to pass postponement orders in order to prevent the prejudicing of the order, the fivejudge constitution bench of the Supreme Court observed...
  • NPCIL denies any accident at Kudankulam May 8, 2012

    Mumbai: There was no accident at the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) as has been made out in some quarters, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) asserted on Tuesday. N. Nagaich, Executive Director (Corporate Planning & Communications), said in a statement that some miscreants have been spreading rumours through...
  • SC unhappy over media reporting on observations September 7, 2009

    New Delhi: A Bench of the Supreme Court on Monday expressed its displeasure over the reporting of court proceedings by the media saying observations made by it are often reported out of context leaving no scope for the judges to defend themselves. "A judge cannot come out to say and clarify...
  • Chappell rebuffs media reports August 20, 2006

    Colombo: Greg Chappell on Sunday sought to scotch media reports that he was a strong contender for taking over as Australian coach, saying he was committed to the job with the Indian cricket team and the time had not yet come to review his contract. "Coaching the Indian team is the...
  • Chappell in line for Australia job August 19, 2006

    Melbourne/Mumbai: Greg Chappell is in line for taking over as Australian coach after next year's World Cup, according to Australian media reports which caused a surprise to cricket administrators in India. Chappell, who was appointed India's coach in May 2005, is contracted with the BCCI till...