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The Times Group provides Arnab Goswami with advice on how to use "Nation wants to know".
In New Delhi, journalist Arnab Goswami's upcoming news station Republic TV was legally informed by his former employers The Times Group about the use of the term "nation wants to know". Times Group operates the English-language news broadcasters Times Now and ET Now and produces The Times of India and The Economic Times papers.
Goswami alleged in a three-minute audioclip published on YouTube that he had been delivered another lawsuit, this case because of the use of the above sentence. "One of the groups sent me a six-page note in which they threatened me with prison if I ever used the sentence "Nation wants to know".
Goswami said in the video without mentioning the band: "They say the sentence belongs to them. In a number of countries, HT media Ltd, the editor of Mint and Hindustan Times, is in competition with The Times Group. He used the slogan "Nation wants to know" in his favorite primetime show Newshour on Times Now until he left the corporation on November 1, 2016.
Mr. Bennett was chairman and managing director of the news broadcasters Times Now and ET Now. Goswami added in the YouTube video that the threats of detention would not discourage him and that he has been using the sentence for 20 years throughout his coverage. "ARG Outliers had registered a trade mark for these and similar expressions, which had already been registered and widely used by Times Now for years.
All he ('? ) is trying to do is get sound bytes out of it," said a Times Network spokesman when asked to comment. Having been awarded regulated access by the Information and Communications Department, the firm is set to start the news service soon.
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Today, the leading reporter Arnab Goswami is certainly one of the best-known faces in the journalistic world. Goswami's Newshour at 9 pm, former editor-in-chief of Times Now, experienced high-level debate on various topics of importance to the nation. After his last show on Times Now, Goswami tossed the Towel when he announces his new project "Republic".
Meanwhile, Rahul Shivshankar Goswami's big boot as editor-in-chief of the news station was filling. Previous Times Now and ET now chief editor Arnab Goswami. It' s hurting you somewhere," Goswami said to the newscaster. The Goswami is known for its everyday premiere show "The News Hour", which is reported to generate over 60 percent of Times Now sales.