Grievance Redressal – The Morung Express
In accordance with Rule 18 of the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021, The Morung Express has appointed a Grievance Officer.
Users from India can file their grievances to the Grievance Officer The Morung Express “against violation of the provisions of this rule or any other matters pertaining to the computer resources made available by it” within 7 (seven) days of the publication of the content.
Details of The Morung Express Grievance Officer:
The Morung Express, House No.4, Duncan Bosti
Dimapur 797112, Nagaland, India
Dimapur -+91 3862 295056
Users can email grievances to email@example.com by including all the information listed in the Grievance Redressal Form below.
Please fill out all the details of the Grievance Redressal form. Any section left blank or anonymous or fake submissions will not be accepted or addressed.
The Morung Express an English newspaper published daily from Dimapur Nagaland, and its Registration Number with the Registrar of Newspapers for India (RNI) is NAGENG/2005/15430. As a registered newspaper of India, The Morung Express follows the ‘Norms Of Journalist Conduct’ (Code of Ethics: https://presscouncil.nic.in/WriteReadData/Pdf/NORMSTWOZEROONEININE.pdf) prescribed by the Press Council of India (PCI), an autonomous, statutory, quasi-judicial body constituted by the Parliament as the mechanism for the Press to regulate itself.
Users can lodge a complaint with the Press Council if they dissatisfied with our grievance redressal via the ‘Complaints Procedure’ PCI’s website.
Grievance Redressal Form
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