Sunday, February 25, 2024

Topic: MediaOne

“Press has a duty to speak truth to power”: Supreme Court quashes MediaOne TV ban

Supreme Court has quashed order of Ministry Of Information Refusing to renew its broadcast license for want of security clearance to Malayalam news channel MediaOne TV.

Union govt’s allegations against MediaOne vague, says Supreme Court

The Supreme Court Bench comprising Justices D.Y. Chandrachud and Hima Kohli, on Thursday, indicated that the contents of the concerned pages of MHA files on Mayalayam news channel MediaOne TV were vague.

MediaOne TV ban unconstitutional, channel tells Supreme Court

The Malayalam-language news channel MediaOne TV has filed a rejoinder before the Supreme Court of India, saying Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting's last year January’s order, which had suspended the broadcast of the news channel is “violative of Article 14, 19 (1) (a) and 21st of the Constitution of India.”

Cannot disclose reasons for MediaOne TV ban due to national security: Union govt

The Union government on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that it cannot disclose the reasons behind its ban on the Malayalam news channel MediaOne TV as it can have “unimaginable and far-reaching” consequences on national security.

Supreme Court puts stay on Union govt’s ban on MediaOne TV channel

The Supreme Court on Tuesday put a stay on the ban imposed by the Union government on Malayalam news channel MediaOne TV.

Video | N Ram on MediaOne TV ban and India’s depleted press freedom

Speaking at the press conference called by MediaOne TV in February in national capital Delhi, The Hindu chairman Ram criticised the use of "sealed cover jurisprudence."