The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Monday put on hold its decision to take NDTV India off air for a day on November 9 after the TV channel made a “representation in this regard”. The order came after four NDTV officials, including its co-founder Prannoy Roy, met Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting M Venkaiah Naidu. It is learnt that I&B Secretary Ajay Mittal and Press Information Bureau Director General Frank Noronha were also present at the meeting.
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