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Delhi High Court Dismisses PIL Seeking Bar on Media for Reporting Mass Scale Deaths - (04 May 2021)

MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION

Delhi High Court has dismissed a Public Interest Litigation seeking directions for evolving and enforcing the Code of Ethics/Regulations on the TV News Channels for reporting news articles of sensitive nature including reporting of mass scale deaths, sufferings by the people in the wake of second Covid wave and to restrain the broadcasters or TV channels from spreading negativity, sense of insecurity towards life, alarm, injury, harm, suffering, damage, etc. while doing so.

Tags : DELHI HIGH COURT   BAR ON MEDIA FOR REPORTING MASS SCALE DEATHS  

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