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Delhi HC refrains from Republic TV Times Now broadcasting defamatory content to Bollywood

Posted by: Express News Service | New Delhi |

November 9, 2020 12:39:05 pm


The proceedings filed on October 12 by four Bollywood trade associations and 34 major producers will be heard in front of Judge Rajiv Shakuder. (Photo: Times Now and the Republic)

On Monday, the Delhi High Court instructed news channels such as Times Now and Republic TV not to display or upload defamatory content to Bollywood or members of the film industry to social media channels.

38 major film associations and production companies owned by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions, Ajay Devgn Films, Salman Khan, Amir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan have moved the Delhi High Court against Republic TV and Times Now and its senior editors. I did. We are seeking a “permanent and lasting” injunction against the film industry and its parts by making and publishing “irresponsible, derogatory, defamatory remarks”.

The petitioner is in order for the channel and its journalists to comply with the program code provisions under the 1994 Cable Television Network Regulations and to withdraw, retrieve, or remove any suspected defamation content published to Bollywood. I was seeking court intervention.

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