TRP scam: Did BARC brush investigations under the carpet?
Senior executives in media companies are miffed with the BARC board and its management for not disclosing the details of the forensic report with the subscribers, especially those who were impacted due to the alleged manipulation.
TRP scam: Court rejects bail plea of BARC's ex-CEO Partho Dasgupta
Opposing Dasgupta's bail application in the sessions court, special public prosecutor Shishir Hiray submitted that although the charge-sheet in the case has been filed, there still are multiple things which need to be investigated.
Leaking of official secret of military ops is treason: AK Antony
On February 26, 2019, India had launched air strikes on what was said to be Jaish-e-Mohammed's training camp in Pakistan's Balakot.
Arnabgate: Rahul Gandhi says sharing official secrets with journalist criminal act
In its investigations into the TV ratings scam, the Mumbai Police has submitted to a court WhatsApp transcripts of chats between Arnab Goswami and Partho Dasgupta, the former CEO of ratings agency BARC, which reveal Goswami as saying three days before the Balakot strike that “something big will happen”, that it would be “bigger than a normal strike” and “the government is confident of striking in a way that people will be elated.”
Providing official secret info to journalist 'criminal act': Rahul Gandhi on purported Arnab chats
Addressing a press conference, Gandhi said only five people -- Prime Minister, Defence Minister, Home Minister, Air Force chief and National Security Advisor -- were privy to the information, referring to allegations that the reported chats showed Goswami being privy to the Balakot air strikes beforehand.
Centre should take note of Arnab's purported chats, say Maharashtra Home Minister Deshmukh
The minister's remarks came after a Maharashtra Congress delegation met him here, seeking a probe into the matter and registration of a case if necessary, for allegedly "leaking sensitive and classified information" about national security.
Media trial hinders justice: HC on Sushant death case coverage
A bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice G S Kulkarni said some reportage by Republic TV and Times Now in the aftermath of the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput were "contemptuous".
India Inc readies inoculation plan for staff, wants govt to consider this as part of their CSR
Many of these companies are also setting up internal task forces to collate employee data and re-verification for the plan. Corporates are keen to get the inoculation done quickly for employee safety and also ensure safe return to workplaces this year.
Opposition seeks JPC probe into Arnab Goswami’s WhatsApp chats
They demanded an investigation, including by a Joint Parliamentary Committee, into the contents of the chats, the transcripts of which are part of the Mumbai Police’s supplementary charge sheet in the TV rating point (TRP) manipulation case.
Dish TV gets demand notice of Rs 4,164.05 cr from government for licence fee
The DTH license fee matter has already been through several rounds of litigation, the final outcomes of which are yet to be argued and concluded, the company said adding it will update the exchanges in the event of any material developments that take place in relation to this.
M&M sells MFCS to TVS as part of capital allocation review
Mahindra and Mahindra on Thursday announced the sale of its vehicle service business, Mahindra First Choice to TVS Automobile Solutions Pvt ...
Mahindra First Choice Services to become a subsidiary of TVS Automobile Solutions
MFCSL is a pan-India chain of multi-brand car and two-wheeler service workshops that also has a presence in the private label spare parts segment for leading brands.
Almost half of Indian TV viewers watched IPL 2020
Total consumption of IPL recorded 23% increase with over 405 million viewers spending 400 billion minutes watching IPL matches.
Strong resurgence in advertising spreads cheer for TV broadcasters
Executives across TV networks and media agencies said that even fence sitters have resumed spending during the festive season.
Enough rules for print & TV, govt tells SC in TV programme case
The government told the Supreme Court on Monday that existing regulations for TV and print media were sufficient, and urged the top court to desist from further regulating them as that would end up pushing content to digital media, which it said had huge reach with little accountability.