New Delhi, April 3 (IANS) The Supreme Court is not empowered to frame guidelines on media reporting of cases and anyone fearing denial of a fair trial due to news coverage of the proceedings could move a petition to seek preventive relief, a senior lawyer contended Tuesday.
Senior counsel Rajiv Dhawan was appearing for the Editors Guild of India. The court was holding a hearing on framing guidelines for reporting of sub-judice matters, particularly criminal matters, on an application by the Sahara India Real Estate Corp.
--Indo-Asian New Service
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