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Does media have a right to say non-truths, which can be seen in a case relating hawala and naresh jain?

Tags: money, news & events, politics & government
Asked by Cassy, 28 Sep '09 10:21 am
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If the news is not true they can file the complaint for defamation
Answered by krish, 28 Sep '09 10:40 am

 
  
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Satpal naresh's brother was quoted in punjab kesari newspaper as saying 12.5 lakhs were siezed, yet every news says its 60 laks. so who ate the difference? wht is fact n what is fiction, is yet to be identified.
Answered by Green, 28 Sep '09 10:27 am

 
  
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No control on media
Answered by RSehgal, 28 Sep '09 11:16 am

 
  
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