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[LIVE UPDATES] Disha Ravi Case : Channel Editors To Ensure Editorial Control To Avoid Sensationalism, Delhi High Court Says

Shreya Agarwal
19 Feb 2021 5:14 AM GMT
[LIVE UPDATES] Disha Ravi Case : Channel Editors To Ensure Editorial Control To Avoid Sensationalism, Delhi High Court Says
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  • 19 Feb 2021 6:27 AM GMT

    Sibal: Your Ladyship, are you inclined to pass the stay?

    Delhi HC: Not at this stage.

  • 19 Feb 2021 6:27 AM GMT

    Delhi High Court takes on record the submission that there will be no such indulgence.

  • 19 Feb 2021 6:27 AM GMT

    Sibal interjects: There is nothing on record.

    Delhi High Court: Yes but there is an apprehension, so give an undertaking.

  • 19 Feb 2021 6:23 AM GMT

    Delhi High Court: The petitioner, Disha Ravi, is directed to ensure that there is no indulgence to malign the police and other authorities.

  • 19 Feb 2021 6:23 AM GMT

    Delhi High Court: The channel editors are directed to ensure that proper editorial control is exercised while disseminating information to ensure investigation is not hampered.

  • 19 Feb 2021 6:22 AM GMT

    Delhi High Court: While press briefings are held generally the media cannot disseminate the information in such a sensationalized manner. Delhi Police is directed to ensure the MHA OM is abided by.

  • 19 Feb 2021 6:22 AM GMT

    Delhi High Court: Right to privacy, the sovereignty and integrity of the country and the freedom of speech need to be balanced.

    The recent coverage by media definitely shows there is sensationalized reporting by the media.

  • 19 Feb 2021 6:20 AM GMT

    Delhi High Court: While a journalist cannot be asked to reveal their source, the same has to be authentic. The Delhi Police claims that it has not leaked anything whereas the media claims to the contrary.

  • 19 Feb 2021 6:18 AM GMT

    Delhi High Court: Time would be needed to be given to all respodents to file detailed replies. However, the court has gone through the News18 India video, and the  Delhi Police tweets.

  • 19 Feb 2021 6:18 AM GMT

    Delhi High Court: Various judgements have laid down that there is a balance between the right to privacy, free speech and the right of the public to information.

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