Editorial Guidelines

Our Editorial Guidelines ensure the ethically appropriate treatment of violent and explicit content.we will Blur the picture and wont share victim image. We ensure the ethically appropriate treatment of content which features children or other vulnerable people and the victims pictures are either blurred or image will not be shared.

Our Editorial Guidelines ensure the ethically appropriate handling of live content. We recognize the unique challenges and responsibilities associated with broadcasting live events, and our guidelines are designed to address these aspects comprehensively.

Key principles within our guidelines include:

1. Accuracy and Verification: Despite the live nature of the content, accuracy remains paramount. Our journalists are trained to verify information to the best of their ability before reporting it live. Fact-checking processes and cross-referencing sources are still utilized, albeit under time constraints.

2. Ethical Considerations: Our guidelines stress the importance of adhering to ethical standards even in live reporting situations. Sensitivity towards potentially distressing scenes or situations, respect for the dignity and rights of individuals involved, and avoidance of sensationalism are core principles.

3. Transparency: We aim to maintain transparency with our audience regarding the live nature of the content. When appropriate, disclaimers be provided to inform viewers of potential limitations or risks associated with live reporting, such as the possibility of unforeseen developments or inaccuracies.

4. Editorial Oversight: Despite the immediacy of live reporting, editorial oversight remains crucial. Editors and supervisors are typically involved in monitoring live broadcasts to ensure adherence to ethical guidelines and to provide guidance or intervention if necessary.

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Our Editorial Guidelines make sure that we do not publish any derogatory comments by the audience targeting anyone. We publish only positive comments.

Furthermore, our guidelines specify the responsibility of moderators to review comments for potentially defamatory content, either before or after publication. Pre-publication Moderationinvolve screening comments for potentially defamatory statements before they are published, while post-publication moderation involve removing or editing comments that are found to be defamatory.

Additionally, our guidelines outline our policy on take-down procedures in the event that defamatory comments are published. This include providing a mechanism for individuals who believe they have been defamed to request the removal of offending content, along with a process for appealing such decisions.

By including provisions for ensuring comment material is free from defamation, we uphold our commitment to ethical journalism and strive to maintain a respectful and constructive environment for discussion and debate.

We make sure that any comment material is free from invasion of privacy by monitoring all the comments strictly.

Any comment by the audience instigating hate are not allowed by our moderators before publishing itself. The comments by the users are moderated using the per publication moderation on our website.

Any comment by the audience subjecting to harassment are not allowed by our moderators before publishing itself. The comments by the users are moderated using the per publication moderation on our website.

We have mentioned that we moderate comments before publishing them on our privacy policy page. 

Removal of offending material

Our policy allows for the removal of offending material in accordance with our Editorial Guidelines and moderation practices. When comments are found to violate our guidelines, including provisions regarding defamation, invasion of privacy, hate speech, harassment, or other prohibited content, we reserve the right to remove such material from our platform.

The removal of offending material is typically carried out by our moderation team, who are tasked with enforcing our guidelines and ensuring that discussions remain respectful and constructive. Depending on the severity of the violation and our moderation policy, offending material be removed immediately upon discovery or after a review process.

Our guidelines outline provisions for users to report offending material or request its removal. This reporting mechanism allows individuals who encounter inappropriate or harmful content to alert our moderation team, who can then take appropriate action.

By allowing for the removal of offending material, we aim to maintain a safe and welcoming environment for all users, where discussions can take place free from harmful or inappropriate content. This contributes to the overall quality and integrity of our platform and fosters a positive user experience for our audience.


Granting anonymity to sources

We seldom quote anonymous sources but when quoted our Editorial Guidelines include guidelines on the procedures to be followed for granting anonymity to sources. These procedures are designed to ensure that anonymity is granted judiciously and responsibly, in accordance with ethical principles and the highest standards of journalistic integrity.

The guidelines typically outline criteria for when anonymity is granted, such as when the information provided by the source is of significant public interest, when the source faces potential retaliation or harm, or when the information cannot be obtained through other means. Additionally, the guidelines require journalists to assess the credibility and reliability of anonymous sources and to corroborate their information through additional reporting or verification.

Furthermore, our guidelines specify the process for obtaining approval for granting anonymity, which involve consultation with editors or senior staff members. This helps ensure that decisions regarding anonymity are made thoughtfully and transparently.


Our Editorial Guidelines include specific provisions to ensure that the privacy rights and safety of individuals are protected in our journalistic activities.

Some key aspects of our guidelines include:

1. Informed Consent: We prioritize obtaining informed consent from individuals before publishing any personal or sensitive information about them. This involves clearly explaining to individuals how their information will be used and obtaining their explicit permission to proceed.

2. Anonymity and Confidentiality: We respect individuals' rights to anonymity and confidentiality, particularly in sensitive or potentially harmful situations. We carefully consider whether identifying individuals by name or other identifying information is necessary for the story, and we take steps to protect their privacy when appropriate.

3. Minimizing Harm: We strive to minimize harm to individuals when reporting on sensitive or traumatic events. This involves exercising discretion in the details we include in our reporting, avoiding unnecessary intrusion into individuals' private lives, and providing resources or support for individuals affected by our reporting.

4. Safety Considerations: We take safety considerations seriously, both for individuals directly involved in our reporting and for our journalists. This involves assessing potential risks before pursuing certain stories, taking precautions to protect the physical or emotional well-being of individuals, and providing support or security measures when necessary.


our Editorial Guidelines include guidelines aimed at ensuring the independence of journalism relative to sources for content. These guidelines are essential to maintain the integrity, credibility, and objectivity of our reporting.

Key aspects of these guidelines include:

1. Maintaining Editorial Independence: Our guidelines emphasize the importance of maintaining editorial independence in our journalism. This means that our reporting is not unduly influenced or controlled by external sources, such as advertisers, sponsors, or individuals with vested interests.

2. Avoiding Conflicts of Interest: We have protocols in place to identify and mitigate potential conflicts of interest that may arise in our interactions with sources. This includes refraining from accepting gifts, favors, or inducements that could compromise our independence or integrity.

3. Objective Reporting: Our journalists are expected to report objectively and impartially, regardless of any personal relationships or affiliations they may have with sources. They are guided by principles of accuracy, fairness, and balance in their reporting, and they strive to present information in a transparent and unbiased manner.

4. Verification and Cross-Checking: We prioritize verifying information obtained from sources through multiple independent sources and cross-checking facts to ensure accuracy and reliability. This helps safeguard against misinformation or manipulation by sources with specific agendas.

5. Transparency: We are transparent with our audience about the sources of our information and the process by which we gather and verify it. This includes clearly attributing information to its sources and providing context about any potential biases or affiliations that sources may have.


Our Editorial Guidelines ensure that a diversity of sources is consulted in the production of our journalistic content.

Our guidelines typically include provisions that emphasize the following:

1. Inclusive Sourcing: We are committed to sourcing information from a wide range of individuals, organizations, and communities to ensure that multiple perspectives are represented in our reporting. This include seeking input from diverse experts, community leaders, stakeholders, and affected individuals.

2. Representation: We strive to ensure that our sources reflect the diversity of the communities we serve, including but not limited to diversity in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, age, socioeconomic status, geographic location, and ideological perspective. This helps to avoid bias and ensure that our reporting accurately reflects the experiences and viewpoints of all segments of society.

3. Accessibility: We make efforts to ensure that our sourcing practices are accessible to individuals and communities from diverse backgrounds. These include providing opportunities for individuals to contribute their perspectives or insights, as well as actively seeking out sources from underrepresented or marginalized groups.

4. Time for Response: Our guidelines include provisions that ensure sources are given adequate time to respond to inquiries or requests for comment. This helps to ensure fairness and accuracy in our reporting by allowing sources the opportunity to provide input or context before publication.