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Sony TV’s ‘Reporters’ is all rattling bones with no flesh to sink one’s teeth into

Set against the backdrop of a media house, it’s a love story of two individuals with contradicting principles.

Kritika Kamra wraps up 'Reporters', snubs rumours of new show

It's pack up for the cast of "Reporters", and actress Kritika Kamra has only fond memories to take back from the TV show.

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On the Loose: Tabloid Tales

Journalists finally become heroes, in fiction, with the newly launched TV show 'Reporters'.

Back on Prime Time: Rajeev Khandelwal returns to the small screen

Rajeev Khandelwal returns to the small screen after a brief hiatus as a bold and challenging business-minded journalist

Was not sceptical about kissing scene on 'Reporters': Rajeev Khandelwal

Rajeev says he was waiting for a promising script to make a comeback on TV.

Two reporters arrested for ‘extortion’

The shop owner allegedly got scared and agreed to pay them.

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Egypt arrests Al-Jazeera TV's 4-member crew

Egypt's military-backed government has long accused Al-Jazeera of supporting the Brotherhood.

Reporters’ Notebook

Don’t write about my siesta!

Barack Obama believes reporters should not be prosecuted: White House

US President Barack Obama believes that reporters should not be prosecuted for doing their job.

Lights,camera and the CM

The footpath opposite the Prime Minister’s 7 Race Course Road residence looked different.

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Treasury benches scared of what I will speak in Parliament: Rahul

New Delhi, Feb 24 (ANI): Reaching the Parliament to attend the ongoing Budget Session, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said he will raise the JNU issue in the Parliament but the treasury benches are scared of what he will speak and won’ t let him speak. Speaking to reporters, Rahul said that the government said they are open to a discussion but they will not let him speak as they are “scared” of him. Gandhi had yesterday accused the Modi government and RSS of crushing voices of dissent of college and university students across the country.

Police stood like mute spectator, says journalist thrashed by lawyers

New Delhi, Feb 17 (ANI): High drama was witnessed at the Patiala House court yet again on Wednesday where two groups of lawyers were seen raising slogans inside the court premises and beating up each other including journalists. One of the journalists from Firstpost Tarique Anwar on Wednesday said that there were two groups in the Patiala House court, one was “pro-Kanhaiya” and another one was “anti-Kanhaiya” group. He added that when he took a photo of the scuffle, lawyers started beating him up and police stood like a mute spectator. He further added that he has photos to prove and can identify them. Earlier on Monday, a group of lawyers and others, including Delhi BJP legislator O.P. Sharma, were seen beating up reporters and students, calling them ‘anti-national’.

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