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BCCI insists not restricting media freedom
Thursday 22 November 2012

The Board of Control for Cricket in India today rejected suggestions that it was curbing media freedom by placing restrictions on the photo coverage of the ongoing India-England Test series.

International new agencies -- AP, AFP and Reuters -- are boycotting the series, claiming the BCCI was trying to curb press freedom by refusing accreditation to photo agencies such as Getty Images.

But the BCCI rejected the contention.

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