The move came amid violent protests against the scheme in different parts of the country since it was announced a few days ago.
Senior Superintendent of Police Rohit Singh Sajwan said 'misleading' news about riots and imposition of curfew in Bareilly was flashed on the two YouTube channels.
Well, you know what? India is still a free country, last time I checked. We don’t need to consume the kind of media we heap so much contempt on. It’s our money, our choice.
The Union Health Ministry on Saturday clarified that the National Eligibility Entrance Test for Postgraduate (NEET-PG) will be held on May 21 as per the schedule.
Kremlin crackdown silences protests, from benign to bold, as neighbours demand accountability for war crimes
Hundreds of Russians are facing charges for speaking out against the war in Ukraine since a repressive law was passed last month that outlaws the spread of 'false information' about the invasion.
This is the first time that action has been taken against the Indian YouTube-based news publishers since the notification of the IT Rules, 2021 in February last year.
Mufti Iftekhar Ahmed Qasmi, president of Jamiat Ulama, has said that Muslims should not discriminate based on religion.
The latest group subjected to asset freezes and travel bans includes Rossiya television anchor Sergey Brilev, Gazprom-Media chief executive Aleksandr Zharov and Alexey Nikolov, MD of broadcaster RT.
DMK government allocated Rs 10,285 crore to the Tamil Nadu Police Department and another `496.5 crore to the fire department.
After journalist Nilesh Sharma was arrested in Raipur last Wednesday, police recovered a large amount of pornographic content from his mobile handset, the official said.
In a statement, the micro-blogging site on Friday said it has released community guidelines for its users in the 10 languages that are operational on the platform.
Russia tightens grip on Ukraine war coverage, mandates 15 years of prison for sharing information against Kremlin
The Russian parliament voted unanimously Friday to approve a draft law criminalizing the intentional spreading of what Russia deems to be 'fake' reports.
The programme has two main modules.
Minister for State for Information and Broadcasting L Murugan said the government is very much concerned about the freedom of speech and freedom of expression.
Mainstream media in Kerala didn’t encourage conspiracy theories about Covid during the reporting of first six months of the outbreak of the disease, found a new study.