Supreme Court rejects Election Commission's plea to limit court reporting by media
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected the Election Commission’s stand that the media should only report court orders and not the scathing observations of judges during hearings, and said intense, minute-to-minute reporting of court proceedings fostered a sense of transparency and public confidence in the adjudication process.
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