Showing Results For "amar ujala news"
Rs 12 crore cash seized, 31paid <strong>news</strong> cases registered in Rajasthan

Rs 12 crore cash seized, 31paid news cases registered in Rajasthan

02 Dec 2013

New Delhi: The Election Commission-appointed teams seized Rs 12.89 crore cash and registered 31 cases of paid news in Rajasthan where polling for the state Assembly was held on Sunday.

Election Commission,   Income Tax department,   Rajasthan Assembly election,   paid news,  
CJI asks media not to sensationalize <strong>news</strong>

CJI asks media not to sensationalize news

24 Jul 2013

New Delhi: Newly appointed Chief Justice of India P Sathasivam on Tuesday asked journalists to refrain from the tendency of sensationalizing information and carrying out 'trials by media'. P Sathasivam said that judiciary and press must work together in a democracy.

Chief Justice of India,   CJI P Sathasivam,   media,   sensationalization of news,   Sathasivam on media,  
'Welcome - Baazi Mehmaan Nawaazi Ki 2' pushed forward

'Welcome - Baazi Mehmaan Nawaazi Ki 2' pushed forward

25 Feb 2014

Mumbai: The launch of second season of reality show "Welcome - Baazi Mehmaan Nawaazi Ki" has been pushed forward as its host was yet to be finalised.

Welcome-Baazi Mehmaan Nawaazi ki 2,   Come Dine With Me,   Indian version,   Ragini Khanna,   Amar Upadhyay,   Sanaya Irani,   ,  
Twitter analysis reveals global <strong>news</strong> readership pattern

Twitter analysis reveals global news readership pattern

26 Sep 2013

Los Angeles: Different countries have stronger preference towards different types of articles - Americans and Brits are drawn to opinion and world news, while Brazilians go for sports, a twitter analysis has found.

Twitter analysis,   Twitter,   global news readership,   news preferences,   Marco Toledo Bastos,  Gabriela Zago,  
Twitter can't beat <strong>news</strong> agencies in providing <strong>news</strong> to people: Study

Twitter can't beat news agencies in providing news to people: Study

10 Jul 2013

News agencies continue to have an edge over Twitter in being the first to provide people with news, UK scientists have found. Research into reporting of news events by Twitter and newswire services has found that while Twitter can sometimes break news before news-wires, for major events there is little evidence that it can replace traditional news outlets.

Twitter,   news on twitter,   news agencies,   twitter first to provide news,   BBC,  
<strong>Amar</strong> Singh needs constant monitoring: AIIMS tells Delhi HC

Amar Singh needs constant monitoring: AIIMS tells Delhi HC

12 Oct 2011

The All India Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Wednesday told the Delhi High Court that Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh, arrested for his alleged role in 2008 cash-for-vote scam and admitted there for treatment of his renal infection, needs constant medical monitoring.

Amar Singh needs constant monitoring,   High Court on Amar Singh,   latest on Amar Singh,   news on Amar Singh,   Amar Singh in jail,   Amar Singh health,  
Former SP leader <strong>Amar</strong> Singh hospitalized in Dubai

Former SP leader Amar Singh hospitalized in Dubai

19 Feb 2013

Expelled Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh was  admitted to a Dubai hospital on Monday after he fainted at the airport there.

Amar Singh,   Amar Singh hospitalized,   Amar Singh illness,   ,  
Microsoft revamps MSN with mobile on mind

Microsoft revamps MSN with mobile on mind

09 Sep 2014

New Delhi: In line with its global mobile-first, cloud-first strategy, software giant Microsoft has revamped its MSN website and services to offer a comprehensive and seamless experience to users accessing content like news and sports updates across PCs and mobile handsets.

Software giant,   Microsoft Corporation,   MSN website,   News,   Sports updates,   PCs,   Mobile handsets,   Google,   Yahoo ,  
<strong>Amar</strong> Singh seeks court's nod for treatment abroad

Amar Singh seeks court's nod for treatment abroad

26 Sep 2011

Former Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh, arrested in the cash-for-votes scam, on Monday filed an application before a Delhi court seeking permission to go out of India for medical treatment. Special Judge Sangita Dhingra Sehgal accepted the application and posted it for hearing on Tuesday.

Amar seeks court’s consent for treatment abroad,   Amar Singh in cash-for-votes scam,   Amar Singh in jail,   Amar Singh in hospital,   latest on Amar Singh,   news on Amar Singh ,  
 AIR to provide latest <strong>news</strong> through SMS

AIR to provide latest news through SMS

10 Sep 2013

New Delhi: All India Radio today launched a free SMS service to provide important news to subscribers and keep them updated with the latest happenings around.

AIR,   All India Radio,   AIR SMS service,   AIR news service,   News on AIR,  News on All India Radio ,  

   4  5  6  7 8 9  10  11  12