Today's TV channels exposing news too much in poor light. They think they are above all and they are the only one who try to bring reforms in our country. The media persons quiz legal luminaries, ministers, etc., in a very high-handed manner. I think popular people like popular lawyers, counsels appearing in senisitive cases, etc., should first avoid giving interviews lest the studios will become arena for prejudiced trials without papers, documents, evidences. The basic principle is that once a matter is in court, it is sub-judice and shall not be thrown for a public debate, but the said principle is thrown into winds. I recently saw an interview on a private channel debating the criminal trial in Kasab case. The Public Prosecutor and the Defence Counsel were replying to the interviewer (Rajdeep Sar Desai). The Defence Counsel was grilled by the interviewer in so many angles, which as a lawyer, I felt it too much for an interviewer and it was practically looking like 'trial by media'. It is high time that the Government of India and the Supreme Court shall gag the press atleast on such sensitive cases.