Republic Editor Arnab Goswami gets legal notice from Delhi High Court in theft case

Republic Editor Arnab Goswami

Arnab Goswami got a legal notice from the Delhi High Court for the breach of employment contract and for misusing the intellectual property of Times Now. Arnab Goswami was the former editor of Times Now, which is a channel owned by the Bennett, Coleman & Company Ltd (BCCL).
Republic Editor Arnab Goswami
BCCL, which also publishes the Times of India, The Economic Times, Navbharat Times and various other media properties, filed a criminal complaint against Goswami whom they have accused of using news material that he had acquired while he was employed with Times Now. According to the Times now group, two stories that were aired on Republic TV about Sunanda Pushkar and Lalu Prasad Yadav were procured by Arnab and Prema Sridevi (who was a former Times Now reporter) while they were employed with Times Now.
Republic Editor Arnab Goswami
When these videos were shown on Republic TV as ‘exposes’, then Times Now found out through internal inquiry that these were procured by Goswami and Sridevi while they were Times Now employees. Even the duo has admitted that these audios are in their possession since last two years.


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