New Delhi, May 2 (IANS) The Supreme Court Wednesday said that the media should know where the 'Lakshman Rekha' of reporting sub-judice matter begins while the Editors' Guild of India questioned the court's jurisdiction to frame guidelines for journalists.
The court was hearing an application by the Sahara India Real Estate Corp voicing its grievance over a news channel reporting its proposal made to the Securities and Exchange Board of India on securing the money it mopped up from the market.
The court earlier said that it would frame guidelines for reporting on sub-judice matters.
Read More: Supreme Court | Okhla Industrial Estate | Naraina Industrial Estate | Industrial Estate | Urban Estate | Urban Estate 2 Hisar | Industrial Estate Kundli | Industrial Estate Panchkula | Industrial Estate Batala Ndtso | Urban Estate Batala Ndtso | Ind. Estate Bathinda | Bandla Tea Estate | Sungal Tea Estate | Industrial Estate Sikandrabad | Armapore Estate | Ajamat Garh Estate | Baoni Estate So | Rajkot Aji Ind Estate | Wadhwancity Ind. Estate | Gandhidham Industrial Estate