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Your Questions for NDTV's Ombudsman, Soli Sorabjee
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thm_s.jpgFormer Attorney-General of India & eminent jurist Soli Sorabjee will act as your ombudsman on NDTV. He will provide an independent perspective on our coverage & investigate any viewers complaints regarding NDTV.

E-mail your questions for Mr Sorabjee to ombudsman@ndtv.com . He will review, investigate & respond to viewers by e-mail & advise NDTV on his findings.

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NDTV is pleased to announce that former Attorney-General of India and eminent jurist Mr Soli Sorabjee has accepted our request to be an Ombudsman who will provide an independent perspective on our coverage and investigate any viewers complaints regarding NDTV.

This is the first time in Indian television that an Ombudsman has been appointed by any channel and is part of NDTV's constant efforts to maintain highest possible standards of integrity and credibility. Mr Sorabjee in his honorary position will be entirely independent from NDTV and will investigate any complaints viewers may have about NDTV's coverage.

Sonia Singh, NDTV's Editorial Director and President of the Ethics Committee said, "Every day, we in the media face new editorial challenges regarding journalistic boundaries and we are delighted that Mr Sorabjee will, with his unchallenged integrity, be able to provide much needed insight and advice. "

Speaking on his appointment Mr KVL Narayan Rao, Vice Chairperson NDTV Group said, "Mr Soli Sorabjee is an independent, highly respected, highly regarded legal luminary, with years of experience in handling issues relating to freedom of expression and freedom of the press and censorship. We are delighted he has agreed to be the Ombudsman for NDTV."

Mr Vikram Chandra, NDTV Group CEO and Executive Director added, "NDTV has always been committed to the highest standards of integrity and balance in its news coverage and we have now decided to take that one step further by appointing an independent Ombudsman who can adjudicate on any issues that may come up in the future."
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