Journalist with CM who stole cutlery in London
It is a real shame that journalists travelling with CM were caught red handed when stealing silver cutlery in london. Some were so oversmart as to steal and put it in another journalists bag.
These were senior editors who were shortlisted and sent from different media houses... CM office must make names of these fellows public. more
As I understood, these Editors were accused of theft. But, not reported against with London Police, may be because, they were accompanying our Hon'ble CM. But, in any case, the theft activity seems to have no documentary/legal evidence. Therefore, before vilifying them in public, as there are many many instances of shop-lifting &/or act of Kleptomania by many dignitaries in the world, my suggestion would be to first write to the Chiefs of the Media Houses which sent these editors. In the first place, these Media Houses should be given a chance to take appropriate penal action against these erring editors. They know, if you bring the names of these editors in public, the reputation of these Media Houses will also be hampered. Hence, they would take your complaint quite seriously. If they do not take appropriate actions against these editors, and if you have indisputable proofs against these editors with you, you may make their names public. But, if you do not have indisputable proofs, these editors can lodge defamation suits against you. more
Shibani Mukherjee, if you know the name, then write it. Otherwise, it will be assumed that you have fabricated this news. more
Names should be made public. They have tarnished the image of W.B. and C.M. more
It is a Revenge for Kohinoor with Cutlery. more