Articles about Editors Guild
10 Aug 2021India
The Supreme Court of India today asked those seeking a probe into the Pegasus scandal to avoid participating in "parallel debates" on social media.
03 Aug 2021India
The Editors Guild of India (EGI) on Tuesday moved the Supreme Court, seeking a probe into alleged surveillance mounted on Indian citizens by using the Pegasus spyware.
15 Jun 2021India
Editors Guild of India (EGI) on Monday accused Uttar Pradesh Police of passing off TV journalist Sulabh Srivastava's death as being caused by an accident in Pratapgarh, claiming that they did not pay any heed even though he had informed them about the danger to his life.
04 Jan 2019Politics
Congress President Rahul Gandhi used the word 'pliable' to describe ANI editor Smita Prakash, who interviewed Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 1, Tuesday.
17 Dec 2018India
The Editors Guild of India yesterday expressed "grave concern" over the Meghalaya High Court censuring the editor of a leading daily in the state, saying the judiciary "should stand by the media in helping it discharge its functions in an independent manner."
18 Oct 2018India
In the sexual harassment allegations leveled against former MoS External Ministry MJ Akbar, a Delhi court accepted the defamation case. It was filed against journalist Priya Ramani.
22 Jul 2017Business
The Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) indicted Prannoy Roy directly for the evasion and money laundering of Rs. 642cr.
26 Jun 2017Bengaluru
The Green-Line section of Namma Metro, that connects Sampige Road to Yelachenahalli, was hit by signal snag for an hour, just a week after it was opened for masses.
09 Nov 2016India
Sources said that the Information and Broadcast Ministry has decided to restructure the inter-ministerial panel that oversees violations in broadcast media.
06 Nov 2016India
News Time Assam, a television news channel based in Assam was ordered by the Union Government to go off air for one day.
05 Nov 2016India
Modi-government justified the penalty doled out for the "huge indiscretion and violation of rules" saying instead of a 30-day ban only 1-day ban had been handed out to NDTV.
16 Aug 2016India
India's IT Department fined media and journalism giant New Delhi Television (NDTV) with a penalty amount of Rs.525 crore for tax evasion.