Saturday, March 2, 2024

Topic: Pegasus

‘Mr. Modi, listen to us’: Opposition releases video before end of Parliament Session

Opposition leaders on Sunday posted a video on social media reiterating their demands that they have raised in the Parliament since the session began on July 19.

Report finds old number of former SC judge Justice Arun Mishra on Pegasus list

In a new revelation on Pegasus spyware, The Wire confirms the old number of former Supreme Court judge and sitting National Human Rights Commission...

Editors Guild moves SC demanding SIT probe into Pegasus snooping

The Editors Guild of India on Tuesday moved the Supreme Court seeking a special investigation team (SIT) probe into the Union government’s role in the Pegasus snooping row.

Supreme Court to hear petitions demanding probe into Pegasus row on August 5

The Supreme Court will be hearing a clutch of petitions seeking a special probe into the Pegasus snoopgate involving allegations that opposition politicians, journalists, activists and others were targets of the Israeli spyware.

Line-by-line verification of IT Minister’s statement on Pegasus hacks

In this piece, Internet Freedom Foundation, a New Delhi based NGO that conducts advocacy on digital rights and liberties, have conducted a line-by-line verification of the Minister for Electronics and Information Technology, Ashwini Vaishnaw's statement on the Pegasus revelations, made in the Lok Sabha on July 19, 2021.

Opposition throws papers, torn placards in Lok Sabha, three bills passed amid din

The Opposition intensified its noisy protests in Lok Sabha on Wednesday over farm laws, Pegasus snooping and other issues with some members even hurling papers and torn placards in the Parliament, but the Narendra Modi government went ahead with its legislative agenda and three bills were passed amid the din.