05 Mar 2014
New Delhi: The Election Commission of India has sought ‘active cooperation’ of media houses and journalists to deal with the menace of paid news during the general elections.
28 Feb 2014
Mumbai: The second season of Aamir Khan's talk show "Satyamev Jayate" is set to go an air Sunday in six different languages on Star. It aims to empower viewers to participate in an action-oriented change and the Bollywood star describes the making of the show as a "a journey of learning and revelation".
04 Mar 2014
New Delhi: The International Boxing Association's decision to terminate India from its fold is set to be a blessing in disguise for the Indian Boxing Federation (IBF), which would now be forced to conduct fresh elections, something that the present set of office-bearers had been adamantly resisting.
19 May 2012
Reaching out to the people of Jammu and Kashmir, ETV will be the first satellite channel to commence its morning Urdu news exclusively for JK from Sunday.
27 Feb 2014
New Delhi: Voicing concern over the practice of ‘paid news’ by some publications, President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday said that there was a need for a ‘self-correcting mechanism’ to check such aberrations.
27 Feb 2014
New Delhi: Voicing concern over the practice of "paid news" by some publications to mop up revenue, President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday said there was a need for a "self-correcting mechanism" to check such aberrations.
20 Feb 2014
New Delhi: Technology giant Google has officially closed its Currents news reader application for Android based platform. The app was available to users for quite a time since December 2011.
15 Feb 2014
Mumbai: Amit Sadh wonders why the news about his exit from Amole Gupte's "Hawaa Hawaai" has been blown out of proportion. He says he didn't walk out of the movie due to monetary issues.
19 Dec 2013
New Delhi: In a major initiative to mainstream the use of Urdu in journalism, the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), New Delhi, has commenced a five month diploma course in Urdu journalism.
05 Mar 2014
Washington: Several prominent Indian newspapers, including Dainik Jagran which boasts of world’s highest readership, have made it to the list of 90 finalists at this year's International News Media Association (INMA) awards.