Navika Kumar

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SC Issues Interim Protection Orders For Times Now Anchor Navika Kumar

Times Now News Anchor Navika Kumar has been given interim protection by the Supreme Court. On August 8, the Top Court reviewed a petition filed by Kumar against multiple FIRs, legal notices against her over the prophet remark of suspended BJP Spokesperson Nupur Sharma on their channel. As per the SC bench led by Justices Krishna Murari and Hima Kohli issued the orders, protecting Kumar from legal FIRs.

Mon, 08 Aug 2022 - 03:02 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Nupur Sharma, Prophet Remark, Navika Kumar, Times now, Supreme Court

Courtesy: Live Law

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Times Network Launches 4 Channels In US, UK & Europe

In collaboration with California’s media technology giant DistroScale, the Times Network launched Times Now, Times Now Navbharat, and Zoom in UK and Europe while Mirror Now in UK, US, and Europe. The recently launched Times Now Navbharat talks about Ab Badlega Bharat, Banega Navbharat, to seek change for India. “We are now thrilled to further enrich the TV viewing experience for our global viewers,” said Jagdish Mulchandani, COO of… read-more

Sat, 07 Aug 2021 - 10:05 PM / by Balaji L

Tags: TV channels, Times now, india broadcaster, broadcast

Courtesy: The Times Of India

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'Times Now' Decides Not To Show Poll Results Coverage On May 2

Citing to give primary importance to COVID-19, English news channel 'Times Now' has decided to pull down assembly election results coverage on May 2. Becoming the first national TV channel to do so, the channel as a ‘symbolic gesture’ will give utmost priority to COVID-related reports. Moreover, while 'Bharat Samachar' and ‘Mojo Story' have opted a similar move, Republic TV and India Today will continue to cover poll results.

Sat, 01 May 2021 - 08:28 PM / by Ronit John

Tags: Times now, NDTV, India Today, Mojo Story, Election Results

Courtesy: The Print

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Times Group Demands Rs 450 Cr For Damages From BARC Over TRP Scam

Indian media conglomerate 'The Times Group' has sent a legal notice to Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC), demanding a compensation of Rs 450 crores. It accused the TV rating agency of manipulating viewership details of its English news channel. The group said that the agency "deliberately reduced" the ratings of Times Now in 2017 to benefit its rival Republic TV. Earlier, former BARC chief and Republic's Chief Editor Arnab Goswami… read-more

Mon, 15 Feb 2021 - 12:47 PM / by Ronit John

Tags: Times Group, Times now, Arnab Goswami, trp rigging, BARC, Partho Dasgupta

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