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Barkha Dutt

Bollywood Reacts To News Of Rhea Chakraborty Bail

Oct 07, 2020 Outlook Web Bureau

A few bollywood celebrities share social media posts in favour of Rhea Chakraborty soon after her bail order.

Barkha Dutt Moves NCW, Accuses Kapil Sibal's Wife Of Abusing Female Journalists At Tiranga TV

Jul 16, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Barkha Dutt has alleged that Promila Sibal abused female staff members at Tiranga TV.


Barkha Dutt Alleges Kapil Sibal, Wife Sacked '200 Employees'; Tiranga TV Says 'Honoured Every Contract'

In a series of tweets, Barkha alleged that more than '200 employees have had equipment confiscated and face sackings without even a 6-month payout.'

Journalist Barkha Dutt Urges Police To Act Against 10 More 'Grave Offenders' After 4 Arrested For Harassing Her

Mar 20, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

While three of the men are from Delhi, the man who sent her a graphic image is from Surat.


NDTV Punished Me For Speaking Against Censorship Of My Story And Was Hostile, So Parted Ways, Says Barkha Dutt

Sreenivasan Jain on Tuesday alleged that a report by himon loans given to Jay Shah’s companies was taken down from NDTV’s website

25 July, 2017

Barkha Dutt Slams Mentor Company NDTV Over Use Of MoJo

Rama Dwivedi

In a series of tweets triggered by Outlook’s online story, claiming propriety over the brand name, Dutt said she had launched Mojo shortly after her exit from the NDTV


16 January, 2017

Barkha Dutt Hints At Starting Her New Venture After Resigning From NDTV

Outlook Web Bureau

She took to Twitter & Facebook to announce her resignation.


18 January, 2016

The Place Of Women In India

Barkha Dutt

We came to treat such instance of harassment and abuse as the rites of passage of growing up female in India...


28 April, 2011

The 'Rejected' PAC Report

Full text of the report of the Public Accounts Committee that was claimed by the Congress and the DMK members as having been "democratically rejected" with the help of SP and BSP members.


11 December, 2010

"It's Dressed Up As A Plea to Manmohan Singh, So It Won’t Look Like An Inter-Ambani battle"

Saikat Datta

Fresh tapes of intercepted conversations of the lobbyist Niira Radia underline the key role she assigned to the media as an intermediary in achieving her business and political goals.


10 December, 2010

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Radia & R.K. Chandolia


18 November, 2010

The 14 Page Document

The controversial document purporting to be an official account of intercepted phone conversations that mysteriously cropped up with various media houses and was put up and then taken off from the

It's Dangerous To Defend Barkha Dutt

B. Raman

Tappings are meant to facilitate detection and prosecution of crime and not to damage the reputation of innocent persons


18 November, 2010

18 November, 2010

#20 Barkha Dutt: May 22, 2009 19:23:57

'Then the Leader [Karunanidhi] said then you [Maran] join the Congress'


18 November, 2010

#18 Barkha Dutt: May 22, 2009 18:09:16

'No, you see Congress’s only condition is…'


18 November, 2010

#14 Barkha Dutt: May 22, 2009 15:31:29

'Let me call Ghulam then. Let me call him'


18 November, 2010

#7 Barkha Dutt: May 22, 2009 10:47:33

'I’ll talk to Azad right after I get out of RCR'


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