The attempt to arrest was based on an FIR against him for airing a doctored video clip of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s comments.
The finding came after what the US said was inconclusive tests by independent ballistics experts under US oversight of the bullet fragment recovered from Abu Akleh's body.
The 28-year-old Pulitzer award winner tweeted that she was not given any reason by the immigration officials for her travel ban and was told that she could not travel abroad.
The court is likely to hear the bail application shortly. Zubair's advocate Vrinda Grover told the court that the phone seized by the police was not of the time the tweets were made.
While describing the incident, Ayaz Amir, with bruises on his face, said that his car was intercepted by a vehicle while coming back from the office after recording his television show.
Panda who hailed from Mayurbhanj district was working with vernacular daily ‘Samaya.’ He was on way to Puri to cover Rath Yatra on Friday morning.
The banned accounts include accounts of the Pakistani Embassy in UN, Turkey, Iran and Egypt.
With her ‘box of books’, photojournalist turned editor Anshika Varma will be in the city this week.
Senior journalist Mendu Srinivas, who was working as a bureau chief in a vernacular daily, died of cardiac arrest at his native place Parakal in Hanamkonda district on Sunday.
Journalist Cheng Lei, an Australian who was born in China, was detained in August 2020 on charges of suspicion of sharing state secrets.
While the Qatar-based network and the Palestinian Authority have accused Israeli soldiers of deliberately killing her, Israel rejects those allegations as a 'blatant lie'.
Panneerselvam sought the case against the journalists be dropped immediately and a probe ordered on the 'sudden spectacular growth' of the construction company.
A local media official confirmed his station had received the order last week but on Sunday it was forced to implement the order and hewas told it was not up for discussion.
Tired of interviews, she turned away from cameras and journalists jostling for sound bites.
When most intellectuals preferred to be silent, Girish Karnad courted controversy and was unafraid to speak his mind against the toxic tide of communalism that was engulfing the country.