Editors’ Guild of India, in a statement said: Those regulations were never meant to be used to stop the free and vigorous discussion of matters of public interest however disagreeable the content might be to the govt.”
Punching holes into Kalaignar TVs claims justifying Rs 200 crore transaction,CBI has said that the money paid to them was taken as loan from a financial institution at an interest rate higher than what Swan Telecom.
Mumbai, Feb 18 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Gopal Shetty from Maharashtra, who mocked the farmers' suicide issue by calling it a "fashion trend", on Thursday, clarified his stand by saying that rather than giving compensation to farmers, state governments should investigate the matter first. He added that there is a competition going on to give compensation to farmers. He further said he is ready apologise but he wanted his message to go in a positive way. According to reports, Shetty told a leading TV channel, "Not all farmers' suicides happen due to unemployment and starvation. A fashion is going on. A trend is on."