Pollachi sexual abuse case: Nakkheeran Gopal to appear before Tamil Nadu CB-CID on April 1

The Madras High Court granted the relief when the criminal original petition from Gopal came up before him today.

published on : 30th March 2019

Pollachi sexual abuse case: Nakkheeran editor moves HC for bail on 'release' of sexual abuse videos

He submitted that the cybercrime wing, acting on a complaint from Deputy Speaker Pollachi Jayaraman, had registered cases against him which he termed as blatant misuse of power.

published on : 18th March 2019

Nakkheeran Gopal hails unity of Keralites in facing issues 

He advised the cub journos that journalism is a field only for the people who have the courage to fight and survive.

published on : 4th December 2018

Police won't arrest employees of Nakkheeran, says government advocate

The Tamil magazine had published in its April issue, an article about the issue relating to alleged ‘luring’ of girl students by Aruppukottai college suspended assistant professor Nirmala Devi.

published on : 13th October 2018

Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit's office defends complaint against 'Nakkheeran' editor Gopal

It accused the magazine of “yellow journalism” or sensationalism and said there was no connection between him and the college professor accused in the case.

published on : 13th October 2018

Nakkheeran employees move HC for anticipatory bail for defaming Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit

The employees of Nakkheeran have been named as accused in the FIR registered over which the editor R Gopal was arrested by police and subsequently released by a city court.

published on : 12th October 2018

Court refuses to remand journalist Nakkheeran Gopal arrested for defaming Governor

Journalist unions and media houses condemned Gopal’s arrest as 'draconian', while DMK chief MK Stalin asked if 'we are living in a democratic country or under a dictatorship'. 

published on : 10th October 2018

Opposition leaders, media houses condemn arrest of journalist ‘Nakkheeran’ Gopal

The statement, signed by chairpersons and editors of news organisations said that the move was a clear attempt to intimidate and gag the media.

published on : 10th October 2018