Delhi HC summons BBC in defamation suit against its 2002 Gujarat riots documentary
It was argued on behalf of the plaintiff that the documentary makes defamatory imputation and cast a slur on the reputation of the country.
Will continue to cooperate fully: BBC on ED probe
A spokesperson for the British taxpayer-funded licence fee-backed media corporation told PTI that the BBC would comply with its obligations for operating in India.
After Gujarat, MP House resolution against BBC documentary
The MP Vidhan Sabha, which resumed its Budget session on Monday, after a 10-day festive break, passed the censure motion against the BBC documentary for allegedly tarnishing PM Modi’s image.
BJP to propose resolution against BBC's 2002 riots documentary in Gujarat Assembly
The proposed resolution will likely say the BBC documentary was a "low-level attempt" to tarnish India's global image.
SC agrees to hear pleas challenging Centre's ban on BBC documentary on 2002 Gujarat riots
At the outset of the proceedings, lawyer Sharma, who has filed a PIL in his personal capacity, mentioned the plea, saying that people were being arrested.
Banned BBC documentary screened in Bengaluru for the first time
The invitation did not mention the name of the documentary. It was only after the screening that AISA shared images of the screening on their social media sites on Sunday.
PIL filed in SC challenging Centre's decision to ban BBC documentary
He has sought direction to quash the order dated January 21, 2023, of the Ministry of the Information and Broadcasting, terming it as illegal, malafide, arbitrary and unconstitutional.
Indian right must fill its scholarship blanks
The question to B or not to BBC cannot be resolved in India. The Indian Right seems to lack the intellectual depth and scholarship to mount a counter-narrative.
DU forms panel to probe Jan 27 ruckus outside Arts Faculty over BBC documentary screening
A commotion erupted at Delhi University on Friday as students attempted to screen the controversial BBC documentary, even as police and the university administration intervened to scuttle the move.
Police stop screening of BBC documentary on MCH campus
We asked the police to send back BJP-Yuva Morcha workers from the campus.
Madras University bans screening of BBC documentary
While members of the SFI planned to screen the film, which is based on the 2002 Gujarat riots, at 3 pm in the auditorium, the varsity administration did not permit it.
Youngest Chennai councillor views Modi documentary on phone, detained
A senior police officer said, at least 14 protesters were taken into preventive detention and later released. However, the protesters were able to watch the documentary before the police arrived.
Anil Antony's views on BBC documentary "immature," says Tharoor
The Constitution of the country guarantees all rights for us to watch a documentary, he added.
Security beefed up at Delhi's Jamia over BBC documentary screening, several students detained
The university administration also issued a statement, saying no permission has been sought for the screening of the documentary and it will not be allowed.
Campuses push back on BBC documentary on PM Modi
Screened at University of Hyderabad, widely in Kerala; JNU group watches it on phones
Congress, KSU, SFI unite to screen BBC documentary on PM Modi
Screened at three venues; Govt Law College witnesses minor scuffle as BJP workers march to stop the show
'Not familiar with documentary': US distances itself from BBC series on PM Modi
The US State Department said, "Not familiar with the documentary, but very familiar with the shared democratic values with India."
Top Indian university bans screening of BBC series on PM Modi
Modi's government has been accused of stifling dissent by free-speech activists and opposition leaders for years.
Political groups in Kerala announce screening of BBC documentary; BJP seeks CM's intervention
The documentary questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership in the 2002 Gujarat riots, as he was the Chief Minister of the state at that time.
Students group screens BBC documentary on PM Modi at Hyderabad varsity
The University has asked for a report from its security wing over the matter, they said. A police official said they have so far not received any complaint over the matter.
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