A sessions court, conducting trial in the Shakti mill telephone operator gang-rape case, on Monday allowed defence lawyers to examine the editor of a city-based English daily.
A city court on Tuesday held in abeyance non-bailable warrants against the Editor and the Printer-Publisher of one of the leading English dailies in connection with a defamation case filed by the state government.
Delhi Police registered a case against an English daily for publishing material which could lead to identification of gang-rape victim.
The office of Arunachal`s first English daily `Echo of Arunachal` was ransacked and its Associate Editor Tapan Kr Das assaulted.
Defending her government`s decision to have selected newspapers in state-run and aided libraries, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said.
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