"The Press Council of India is called a toothless wonder, we have to see how to give it teeth, he said."
New Delhi, June 9 - Asserting that there can be no compromise on freedom of the press, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar Monday said the press should practise self-restraint.

The need for government to control the press should not arise. Press should practise self-restraint, Javadekar said while interacting with women journalists at the Indian Women's Press Corps.

The Press Council of India is called a toothless wonder, we have to see how to give it teeth, he said.

Freedom of speech comes with responsibility, the minister added.


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