26 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Reconciliation talks between the two warring factions in Aam Aadmi party (AAP), appeared to have been collapsed with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal insisting on Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan quitting the National Executive, ahead of the crucial National Council meeting on March 28.
20 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Government is ready to consider a proposal to allow private FM radio channels to broadcast current news under certain conditions, Lok Sabha was informed on Friday.
22 Mar 2015
Mumbai: Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan said he is looking forward to his visit to Egypt for the 'India by the Nile' festival and hoped to reach out to his fans in the country during his stay.
17 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Congress leader Raj Babbar and BJP's Amar Shankar Sable were among three newly-elected members who took oath in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday.
14 Mar 2015
Vijayawada: Stating that publication of paid news should be considered a "punishable" offense, Press Council of India (PCI) chairman Justice C K Prasad on Saturday called for an independent regulatory body to decide whether a particular report falls under the category of 'paid news'.
18 Mar 2015
New Delhi: The country witnessed many murder mysteries in the last two decades. Some of them drew huge media attention due to which justice could be delivered. However, some accused are yet to get punished. Let's look at these murder mysteries.
09 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Rupert Murdoch-led News Corp has signed a definitive agreement to acquire media firm VCCircle Network for an undisclosed sum. This is the third investment by News Corp in India.
24 Mar 2015
New Delhi: In what could have given heart-wrenching jolt to many women across the board, B-Town news on Monday stormed the nation that Bollywood heartthrob Shahid Kapoor is going to tie nuptial knot with Delhi girl Mira Rajput.
10 Mar 2015
New Delhi: BJP today announced the name of the party's Dalit leader Amar Shankar Sable as its candidate for the Rajya Sabha by-election in Maharashtra.
20 Feb 2015
Kolkata: Young Indian consumers are preferring mobile devices over traditional media like television and radio for information, current affairs as well as source of entertainment and this trend is poised to surge in the coming years, a private telecom operator said here on Wednesday.