Death threats made to BBC chief after Clarkson axe

British police were on Sunday investigating death threats against BBC director-general Tony Hall following his decision to drop popular "Top Gear" presenter Jeremy Clarkson.

Sacked `Top Gear` star Clarkson defends attack victim

 The outspoken former presenter of hit car show "Top Gear" Jeremy Clarkson on Thursday defended the co-worker he attacked in a fracas that led to his sacking by Britain`s BBC.

DNA: Analysis of open cheating in Bihar board exams

Open cheating in Bihar where family members of students appearing for their class 10 board exams were caught on Thursday mounting over the school building wall to pass chits and assist their wards in the exam hall.

DNA: Abu Azrael, the 'Archangel of Death' for ISIS

Abu Azrael, an Iraqi soldier, dubbed the “father of the archangel of death”, has gained celebrity status for his role in fighting back against Islamic State.

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India's Daughter: BBC removes intn'l statistics from documentary

BBC has removed international statistics from the documentary 'India's Daughter', claimed British filmmaker Leslee Udwin.

DNA: India's curt reply to BBC documentary 'India's daughter'

Analysis of India's curt reply to BBC documentary 'India's daughter'. The country is fighting back with memes and tweets of their own.
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DNA: Snooping on Rahul Gandhi or a mere 'transparent profiling'?

As the Congress gets ready to rake up Rahul Gandhi snooping issue in Parliament on Monday, party leader Manish Tewari has hit out at the Modi government and dubbed it as a ‘colonial government’.

DNA: BBC duped by imposter posing as Ex-Pakistan Cricketer

An imposter Nadeem Alam, posed as a former Pakistan cricket star Nadeem Abbasi, duped the BBC into paying him repeatedly to appear on shows.

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Nirbhaya documentary: Media trials tend to influence judges, says HC

Media trials tend to influence judges by subconsciously creating a pressure, the Delhi High Court Thursday observed on the airing of the controversial documentary on December 16 gang-rape case.

Delhi HC declines to revoke ban on telecast of Nirbhaya documentary

The Delhi High Court on Thursday declined to immediately revoke the ban on the telecast of controversial BBC documentary "India's Daughter" on the December 16, 2012, gang-rape.

'India's Daughter' real reflection of what society thinks: Udwin

Refuting charges that 'India's Daughter' film on Delhi gang-rape case was made for commercial gain, its producer Leslee Udwin has said the banned documentary is "a real reflection" of what society thinks.

BBC suspends anti-Indian jibes' host Jeremy Clarkson for punching producer

 Jeremy Clarkson, the outspoken British presenter of the "Top Gear" motoring show, has been suspended by the BBC after he was involved in a "fracas" with a producer.

Ban on Nirbhaya documentary in India will 'not last very long': Udwin

India's ban on the BBC gang-rape documentary will "not last very long" as the country's courts "are not puppets" of the government and civilised values will return, the British filmmaker behind the controversial film has said.

Mulayam's daughter-in-law protests against Nirbhaya documentary telecast

Samajwadi Party (SP) supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav's younger daughter-in-law, Aparna Yadav on Monday staged a protest against BBC for telecasting the controversial documentary on Delhi gang-rape victim despite ban by Indian government.

BBC documentary on Nirbhaya 'showing reality': German envoy

German Ambassador to India Michael Steiner on Sunday opined that the documentary on the Nirbhaya rape case made by the BBC portrays the `reality` in India, adding that its broadcasting is necessary to bring about change in the country.

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Revoke ban on BBC documentary: Editors Guild of India

Editors Guild of India today appealed to the government to revoke the ban on the telecast of the BBC documentary, depicting the aftermath of the brutal gang-rape and murder of Nirbhaya in 2012, saying the move was "wholly unwarranted".

US supports India's efforts to address gender-based violence

 The US on Thursday said it supports Indian efforts to address "gender-based violence" in the aftermath of the horrific rape and murder of Nirbhaya, but refused to comment on the latest controversy surrounding the BBC's documentary on the issue.