Filmmaker Leslee Udwin`s documentary on December 16 gangrape has created furore for showing the interview of one of the convicts. While the information and broadcasting ministry has issued an advis
As the lawmakers condemned the interview on Wednesday, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said that suitable steps would be taken to prevent proposed broa
After issuing a ban on broadcast and sharing under IT act, the government has now asked video sharing website YouTube to remove the controversial BBC documentary on Delhi gangrape as it went viral.
It has now become the subject of a parliament debate. The home minister has even ensured a restraining order via the courts and it is clear India will not get to see the documentary on the atrociti
Prime minister Narendra Modi, who had kept silent on the entire controversy over the BBC documentary on the December 16 gangrape, has said, “Our heads hang in shame when we hear of instances
Admitting that media trials tend to influence judges by subconsciously creating a pressure, the Delhi High Court on Thursday extended the stay on the airing of India’s Daughter documentary by
Have things changed five years after the Nirbhaya incident? I see Delhi as the capital of protest, not just capital of rape as it is often painted. In terms of legislation,
Far away in the other world, she must be weeping seeing the flames of fire she lit for justice slowly fading. On December 16, 2012, the 23-year-old Delhi woman, better known as Nirbhaya now, wa