The Hindu Rafale Deal


'The Hindu Rafale Deal' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Centre "Trying To Silence Media" Unconstitutionally: Chandrababu Naidu

    Centre "Trying To Silence Media" Unconstitutionally: Chandrababu Naidu

    Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday alleged the Prime Minister Narendra Modi government was trying to silence the media through "unconstitutional means", condemning the Centre's threat of invoking action under the Official Secrets Act (OSA) against The Hindu newspaper in the Rafale case.

  • Editors Guild "Denounces Threats" After Centre's Rafale Remarks In Court

    Editors Guild "Denounces Threats" After Centre's Rafale Remarks In Court

    The Editors Guild of India has "unequivocally" condemned the Attorney General's remarks before the Supreme Court pertaining to the documents based on which the media had reported on the Rafale deal, saying any attempt to use the Official Secrets Act against the media is as "reprehensible" as asking journalists to disclose their sources.

  • More Questions As Centre Cites Manohar Parrikar's Reply To Rafale Note

    More Questions As Centre Cites Manohar Parrikar's Reply To Rafale Note

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today launched an all-out attack on the Congress and dismissed as "selective journalism" a news report by The Hindu that said the defence ministry objected to the "parallel negotiations" by the Prime Minister's Office into the Rafale deal.

'The Hindu Rafale Deal' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Centre "Trying To Silence Media" Unconstitutionally: Chandrababu Naidu

    Centre "Trying To Silence Media" Unconstitutionally: Chandrababu Naidu

    Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday alleged the Prime Minister Narendra Modi government was trying to silence the media through "unconstitutional means", condemning the Centre's threat of invoking action under the Official Secrets Act (OSA) against The Hindu newspaper in the Rafale case.

  • Editors Guild "Denounces Threats" After Centre's Rafale Remarks In Court

    Editors Guild "Denounces Threats" After Centre's Rafale Remarks In Court

    The Editors Guild of India has "unequivocally" condemned the Attorney General's remarks before the Supreme Court pertaining to the documents based on which the media had reported on the Rafale deal, saying any attempt to use the Official Secrets Act against the media is as "reprehensible" as asking journalists to disclose their sources.

  • More Questions As Centre Cites Manohar Parrikar's Reply To Rafale Note

    More Questions As Centre Cites Manohar Parrikar's Reply To Rafale Note

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today launched an all-out attack on the Congress and dismissed as "selective journalism" a news report by The Hindu that said the defence ministry objected to the "parallel negotiations" by the Prime Minister's Office into the Rafale deal.

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