Fake News Order


'Fake News Order' - 7 News Result(s)

  • After "Fake News" Order, Nominations To Media Watchdog Spark Row

    After "Fake News" Order, Nominations To Media Watchdog Spark Row

    Journalists, editors and media managers and owners will meet tomorrow to take a common stand on issues with the constitution of media watchdog Press Council of India (PCI) and the Central Press Accreditation Committee (CPAC). Both media bodies, in the process of being reconstituted, have been called into question.

  • After Aborted "Fake News" Order, Centre Turns Focus To Online Media

    After Aborted "Fake News" Order, Centre Turns Focus To Online Media

    The government has amped up a move to regulate online media and news portals just after it was forced to take back a controversial order on punishing journalists for fake news on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention.

  • "Fake News" Order Wasn't Issued, Only Statement Was: Information Ministry

    "Fake News" Order Wasn't Issued, Only Statement Was: Information Ministry

    The government's controversial announcement to penalise journalists accused of "fake news" had been put out after consultations with the media watchdog Press Council of India, or PCI, and the News Broadcasters Association, a top government functionary in the Information and Broadcasting ministry has said. The official announcement made late on Mond...

  • "Won't Resign, Am Not Arvind Kejriwal": The Big 'Fake News' Debate

    "Won't Resign, Am Not Arvind Kejriwal": The Big 'Fake News' Debate

    A debate surrounding the government's short-lived order to punish journalists for fake news and the reconstitution of a top media watchdog saw a spirited clash of views between prominent journalists on Tuesday.

  • "Don't Fall For It": Arun Shourie On "Fake News" Order

    "Don't Fall For It": Arun Shourie On "Fake News" Order

    Arun Shourie, former union minister, tore into the NDA government on Tuesday for the now-cancelled rule to punish journalists for "fake news", insisting that this was a clear attempt to "suppress" the media and there would be more attempts.

  • Rahul Gandhi Targets PM Narendra Modi Over I&B Ministry's "Fake News" Order

    Rahul Gandhi Targets PM Narendra Modi Over I&B Ministry's "Fake News" Order

    Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday took potshots at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the "Fake News" order, which was subsequently withdrawn, that threatened to take away accreditation of journalists found propagating fake news, saying there was a loss of control and panic was setting in.

  • PM Modi Overrules Smriti Irani, Cancels "Fake News" Order: 10 Points

    PM Modi Overrules Smriti Irani, Cancels "Fake News" Order: 10 Points

    After it was widely attacked as a brazen attempt to curb freedom of the press in an election year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today cancelled an order that sought to punish journalists for fake news. The order was issued late last night by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry, which is headed by Smriti Irani. After top editors and opposition...

'Fake News Order' - 5 Video Result(s)

'Fake News Order' - 7 News Result(s)

  • After "Fake News" Order, Nominations To Media Watchdog Spark Row

    After "Fake News" Order, Nominations To Media Watchdog Spark Row

    Journalists, editors and media managers and owners will meet tomorrow to take a common stand on issues with the constitution of media watchdog Press Council of India (PCI) and the Central Press Accreditation Committee (CPAC). Both media bodies, in the process of being reconstituted, have been called into question.

  • After Aborted "Fake News" Order, Centre Turns Focus To Online Media

    After Aborted "Fake News" Order, Centre Turns Focus To Online Media

    The government has amped up a move to regulate online media and news portals just after it was forced to take back a controversial order on punishing journalists for fake news on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention.

  • "Fake News" Order Wasn't Issued, Only Statement Was: Information Ministry

    "Fake News" Order Wasn't Issued, Only Statement Was: Information Ministry

    The government's controversial announcement to penalise journalists accused of "fake news" had been put out after consultations with the media watchdog Press Council of India, or PCI, and the News Broadcasters Association, a top government functionary in the Information and Broadcasting ministry has said. The official announcement made late on Mond...

  • "Won't Resign, Am Not Arvind Kejriwal": The Big 'Fake News' Debate

    "Won't Resign, Am Not Arvind Kejriwal": The Big 'Fake News' Debate

    A debate surrounding the government's short-lived order to punish journalists for fake news and the reconstitution of a top media watchdog saw a spirited clash of views between prominent journalists on Tuesday.

  • "Don't Fall For It": Arun Shourie On "Fake News" Order

    "Don't Fall For It": Arun Shourie On "Fake News" Order

    Arun Shourie, former union minister, tore into the NDA government on Tuesday for the now-cancelled rule to punish journalists for "fake news", insisting that this was a clear attempt to "suppress" the media and there would be more attempts.

  • Rahul Gandhi Targets PM Narendra Modi Over I&B Ministry's "Fake News" Order

    Rahul Gandhi Targets PM Narendra Modi Over I&B Ministry's "Fake News" Order

    Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday took potshots at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the "Fake News" order, which was subsequently withdrawn, that threatened to take away accreditation of journalists found propagating fake news, saying there was a loss of control and panic was setting in.

  • PM Modi Overrules Smriti Irani, Cancels "Fake News" Order: 10 Points

    PM Modi Overrules Smriti Irani, Cancels "Fake News" Order: 10 Points

    After it was widely attacked as a brazen attempt to curb freedom of the press in an election year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today cancelled an order that sought to punish journalists for fake news. The order was issued late last night by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry, which is headed by Smriti Irani. After top editors and opposition...

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