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  • Ban on Nirbhaya documentary: Ravi Shankar Prasad says Modi government respects freedom of press 4 hours 32 minutes ago

    Reacting on the government move on the controversial BBC documentary on Delhi gangrape - India's daughter', Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, "The government headed by Narendra Modi fully respects the freedom of press and the freedom of articulation of views." ...
  • Is banning of Nirbhaya film a regressive step? 4 hours 33 minutes ago

    After government's request, video sharing website YouTube has removed the controversial BBC documentary on Delhi gangrape - India's daughter' in the country. The YouTube link in India gives the message, "This content is not available on this country domain due to a court order." ...
  • Nirbhaya's father now objects to documentary 'India's Daughter' 4 hours 48 minutes ago

    Ballia: The family of Delhi gangrape victim has taken a strong exception to making public of their daughter's name in the BBC documentary and has warned of taking legal action in this connection. "Despite clearly telling them not to make the name and photo of our daughter public, they have...
  • Ban on 'India's Daughter': Writer Ruchir Joshi says ban on documentary won't any effect seriously 5 hours 12 minutes ago

    In an interview to CNN-IBN, Writer Ruchir Joshi said, "There was no problem seeing it and it was very clear, sound was very good, image was very clear. It's not the ban that can be put an effect seriously because YouTube may ban it but there are 100 different...
  • YouTube blocks access to BBC documentary Nirbhaya in India 6 hours 15 minutes ago

    After government's request, video sharing website YouTube has removed the controversial BBC documentary on Delhi gangrape - India's daughter' in the country. The YouTube link in India gives the message, "This content is not available on this country domain due to a court order." ...
  • Nirbhaya documentary ban: India trying to muzzle free speech, says BBC filmmaker Leslee Udwin 7 hours 8 minutes ago

    London: Unfazed by the controversy, the British filmmaker behind the BBC documentary on the Delhi gangrape incident on Thursday accused the Indian government of trying to "muzzle free speech" by banning its telecast in India. Leslee Udwin's 'Storyville: India's Daughter' was due to be aired in the UK on Sunday to...
  • Chetan Bhagat says Nirbhaya documentary a must-watch 8 hours 7 minutes ago

    Reacting on the BBC's documentary on the Nirbhaya case, author Chetan Bhagat said that it's a much watch documentary. In an interview to CNN-IBN, Bhagat said, "Forget ban, I would say it's a must watch." ...
  • After government's request, YouTube takes off Nirbhaya documentary 'India's daughter' in India 10 hours 19 minutes ago

    New Delhi: After government's request, video sharing website YouTube has removed the controversial BBC documentary on Delhi gangrape - India's daughter' in the country. The YouTube link in India gives the message, "This content is not available on this country domain due to a court order." The government had asked the...
  • Government asks YouTube to remove BBC documentary on gangrape 10 hours 58 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Government has asked video sharing website YouTube to remove the controversial BBC documentary on Delhi gangrape, saying that it is a very sensitive matter. Despite the Indian Government's protest, BBC went ahead and released the documentary on Wednesday night in the UK and also uploaded it on the...
  • Hyderabad & Pune beat Mumbai & Delhi in quality of life: Survey 11 hours 1 minutes ago

    London: A rapid rise in population has triggered a decline in the quality of life in India's commercial hub Mumbai and capital New Delhi, both of which are trailed by emerging Tier-2 cities of Hyderabad and Pune in a new global survey. The 'Mercer 2015 Quality of Living rankings' evaluated...
  • Reactions pour in as outcry over Nirbhaya documentary continues 11 hours 45 minutes ago

    While the government is mulling to take legal action against BBC after it aired the the Nirbhaya Documentary, sources say that Home Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj where the two discussed the issue. Sources claim that no diplomatic efforts were made to stop the screening...
  • Government mulls legal action against BBC for airing Nirbhaya documentary in UK 13 hours 0 minutes ago

    New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government is now mulling legal action against British Broadcasting Corporation after it aired the Nirbhaya documentary on the 2012 Delhi gangrape-murder case in UK. Sources said the government's effort to stop the BBC telecast were on till late Wednesday night and Home Minister Rajnath Singh...
  • BBC snubs India, airs the Nirbhaya documentary in UK, I&B Ministry says it has no jurisdiction over it 14 hours 19 minutes ago

    New Delhi: After the British Broadcasting Corporation assured the Indian government that Nirbhaya documentary on 2012 Delhi gangrape-murder case will not be aired in the country, Information and Broadcasting Ministry sources on Thursday said the overseas airing of the documentary was beyond their jurisdiction and no diplomatic effort was made...
  • Our daughter is dead, the documentary doesn't matter to us, we only want justice: Nirbhaya's parents 16 hours 28 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Even though the government took steps to stop the broadcast of Nirbhaya documentary, parents of the 2012 Delhi gangrape victim said they have no objection with its broadcast. The documentary 'India's Daughter' features the interview of Mukesh Singh, one of the convicts of the Delhi gangrape and murder....
  • Delhi High Court upholds 10 years jail term for OP Chautala in teachers' recruitment scam 16 hours 39 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Delhi High Court has upheld the conviction of former Haryana chief minister OP Chautala, his son Ajay Chautala and 53 others in the Junior Basic Teachers recruitment scam. The court has taken a strong note in the case, saying Chautala was the chief minister and he should have...
  • Recruitment scam: Delhi HC to pronounce verdict on OP Chautala's appeal 18 hours 38 minutes ago

    New Delhi: It's a crucial day for OP Chautala, the Delhi High Court will pronounce its judgment on the appeal filed by former Haryana chief minister in the Junior Basic Teachers recruitment scam. OP Chautala, his son Ajay Chautala and eight others had been awarded 10 years jail term for illegally...
  • Delhi government asks BJP leader VK Malhotra to vacate bungalow Yesterday

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government has asked senior BJP leader Vijay Kumar Malhotra to vacate the bungalow in which he has been staying since 1990, and pay a rent of over Rs 7 lakh dues, majority of which, he said, he had paid. Malhotra has been given a...
  • Delhi: DTC bus services to remain suspended till 2 PM on Holi Yesterday

    New Delhi: The buses of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) will remain off the road till 2 PM on the occasion of Holi on Friday. DTC has announced that all city services will remain suspended till 2 PM on March 6 and only 1,425 buses will run in the afternoon service...
  • Is government right in banning telecast of Delhi gangrape documentary? Yesterday

    After banning the screening of Nirbhaya documentary, which features an interview of Mukesh Singh who is one of the convicts in the 2012 Delhi gangrape-murder case, the Home Ministry is trying to stall the broadcasting of documentary internationally as well. ...
  • BBC to air Nirbhaya documentary 'India's Daughter' on Wednesday night in UK Yesterday

    New Delhi: The controversial Nirbhaya documentary based on the 2012 Delhi gangrape is scheduled to be aired on British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in United Kingdom (UK) on Thursday night. This comes despite Rajnath Singh's attempts to stall the broadcasting of the documentary internationally as well which features an interview of...
  • Delhi High Court asks Delhi University not to treat law centre in step motherly way Yesterday

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the Delhi University not to treat its the three law colleges, which have been in controversy recently for alleged non-compliance of the Bar Council Of India (BCI) norms, in a "step motherly" way. A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice...
  • High Court to hear plea on increasing air pollution in Delhi Yesterday

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a PIL seeking directions to the Centre to take immediate steps to control increasing air pollution in the national capital. A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw, however, declined to give an urgent hearing on...
  • CIC directs Delhi Women Commission to disclose rape records Yesterday

    New Delhi: Amid outrage over the interview of a December 16 gangrape convict, CIC on Wednesday directed the Delhi Commission of Women to make public records of rapes committed in the national capital with stern conditions to ensure that identities of victims are not disclosed. "The Commission observes that the records...
  • Banning India's daughters Yesterday

    Should the BBC documentary with an interview of Nirbhaya's rapist be banned? Our parliamentarians aggressively questioned how did the film maker manage to shoot in a prison? Opposition demanded the strictest action against officials who let it happen. The government agreed to inquire and banned it immediately even going to the extent...
  • Make sure Nirbhaya documentary is not aired abroad: Rajnath Singh to BBC, MEA, I&B Ministry Yesterday

    New Delhi: After banning the screening of Nirbhaya documentary, which features an interview of Mukesh Singh who is one of the convicts in the 2012 Delhi gangrape-murder case, the Home Ministry is trying to stall the broadcasting of documentary internationally as well. Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday asked British...
  • Delhi Metro services on Holi from 2:30 PM onwards Yesterday

    New Delhi: Delhi Metro will not operate in the morning hours on March 6 and will start its services at 2.30 PM on account of Holi. The Airport Express Line, that connects New Delhi Railway Station to Indira Gandhi International Airport, is also scheduled to start operating on 2.30 PM. DMRC...
  • Restraint by court on broadcast of Nirbhaya case convict's interview till further orders Yesterday

    New Delhi: The restraint put by a Delhi court on the broadcast of interview of December 16 gang-rape convict will continue till further orders. The court on Wednesday directed the Delhi Police to take action against those who publish or broadcast the contents of the documentary. Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh...
  • Conditional permission to interview Delhi gangrape convict can be given: Delhi Police chief Yesterday

    New Delhi: Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi on Wednesday backed Tihar Jail authorities and said there was nothing wrong in granting conditional permission to interview one of the convicts of 2012 Delhi gangrape case, Mukesh Singh. British filmmaker Leslee Udwin interviewed the death row convict for 16 hours in a...
  • Efforts on to stop broadcast of Nirbhaya documentary internationally: Rajnath Singh Yesterday

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said efforts are on to stop the international broadcast of Nirbahaya documentary which features the interview of one of the convicts of Delhi gangrape case, Mukesh Singh. The documentary is being made by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin and Mukesh Singh was...
  • Is government right in banning Nirbhaya documentary? Yesterday

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said efforts are on to stop the international broadcast of Nirbahaya documentary which features the interview of one of the convicts of Delhi gangrape case, Mukesh Singh. The documentary is being made by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin and Mukesh Singh was interviewed for...