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Should there be any curb on media trial over subjudice cases?

Yes 93 %
No 6 %
Can't say 1 %
Total Votes Cast : 205
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Should there be any curb on media trial over subjudice cases?
Posted by Sudhir Kumar

22/12/2017 07:17:58

even the contesting advocates (in case of VIP criminals) be barred from giving press statement on merits of the case or what they argued in court.
Posted by Parthasarathi Loganathan

18/10/2015 11:51:05

Both Press and the Judiciary are Independent pillars of Democracy and neither could interfere or intervene into its respective functions
Posted by Tripathi

04/10/2015 16:11:18

The medias are treating themselves as Judges and pass comments which does affects the case. It is being done to improve their TRP ratings.
Posted by K.S.Srinivas

21/09/2015 21:38:31

Media is overacting on the subjudice cases. It is not healthy trend.
Posted by Dr Rajendra K Gupta

20/09/2015 09:31:16

There is nothing like media trial. Judges don't process cases by seeing TV or reading newspaper. media publicity puts pressure on corrupt politician and policemen to be alert and process case quickly and fairly.
Posted by jayaselan j k

18/09/2015 11:26:53

making money out of others right that too constitutional right and the same amounts to violation of human rights
Posted by R.K Nanda

07/09/2015 17:02:18

yes, it is must. R.K.NANDA-ADV-SUPREME COURT
Posted by S Singh

04/09/2015 10:24:45

Ultimately the court decides issues and evidences on record. So now what difference does it makes of what media is showing. Com'on Indians be matured.
Posted by kavksatyanarayana

01/09/2015 21:25:30


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