Tonight on The Buck Stops Here:
Arvind vs the media: Kejriwal's defamation doublespeak
The Supreme Court today stayed the Delhi government's circular that called for criminal defamation cases to be filed against the media. It questioned the dichotomy of the Aam Aadmi Party, saying they can't approach the Supreme Court against the defamation law and then use the same law to take action against the media. On 'The Buck Stops Here', we debate if the Supreme Court has called the bluff of the Aam Aadmi Party. Why is Arvind Kejriwal fighting the media? And is media the favourite whipping post for all?
'Love jihad', 'Islamic takeover': New Tripura Governor responds to controversial old tweets
"I am not disowning it, I am not regretting it, I am not saying that I don't have these beliefs." But, "while I am discharging my Constitutional responsibilities, these things will have no part to play," says Tripura's Governor-designate, Tathagata Roy, to NDTV, when questioned on his controversial old tweets.
Supreme Court order against Ranjit Sinha: Last nail in the coffin for the CBI's credibility?
The Supreme Court has said that the abuse of power by former CBI Director Ranjit Sinha needs to be investigated. On 'The Buck Stops Here', we debate if this is a big blow to the credibility of the CBI. And should all cases handled by Ranjit Sinha be reopened?