The complaint accuses Navika Kumar of making inherently defamatory statements and to cause serious harm to the reputation of the Complainant (ARG) by imputing behaviour incompatible with proper conduct and suggestions of involvement in improper activity.
New Delhi (ILNS): The Delhi High Court today issued summons and notice in a plea filed by 38 Bollywood production houses, seeking to curb the irresponsible, derogatory remarks made against the film industry by news channels.
The Delhi High Court today passed an interim injunction in favour of Times Now Channel and against Republic TV, restraining them from using the trademark ‘NEWS HOUR’ or any other mark which is deceptively similar to the trademark ‘NEWS HOUR’.
A plea has been filed in the Delhi High Court by 38 producers seeking permanent injunctions against Arnab Goswami and Pradeep Bhandari from Republic TV, and Rahul Shivshankar and Navika Kumar from Times Now “from carrying on reportage and publication of material that violates applicable laws."
The most disturbing element in the Sushant Rajput suicide case is how the media in general has discarded all norms of ethics, decency and objectivity by its sensationalism and biased coverage. It paints a grim picture for the future of the Indian news space.