06 Oct 2015
New Delhi: A 47-year-old ad-film director was arrested for allegedly molesting a minor artiste during a shoot at south Delhi's Fatehpur Beri area, police said today. The accused, identified as Ravinder Ahlawat, also works as a documentary producer and owns an acting school in Lajpat Nagar area, police said.
19 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Tumblr co-founder Marco Arment, who developed the most popular paid ad-blocker on Apple's US app store, has pulled the product, citing concerns that the tool could hurt independent web publishers.
04 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Micro-blogging site Twitter has launched a self-service advertising platform for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in India, the social networking service announced on Thursday.
09 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Facebook's mobile photo-sharing service Instagram has opened its platform for advertisers from India and 30 other countries to advertise on the app.
04 Sep 2015
Mumbai: Actress Shilpa Shetty came out in support of actress Sunny Leone by terming the recent controversy on her condom advertisement as "silly comments by a fringe".
11 Sep 2015
CARACAS: Venezuela's best-known jailed opposition figure, Leopoldo Lopez, was jailed for 13 years yesterday on charges of inciting 2014 anti-government protests that spiraled into violence killing more than 40 people.
09 Sep 2015
New York: Novak Djokovic defeated Feliciano Lopez 6-1, 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7/2) to reach the US Open semi-finals, a 21st last-four spot in his last 22 Grand Slams.
26 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Bare bodies of Delhi Metro tokens would soon be wrapped by micro advertisements, a move aimed at augmenting revenue by tapping the nearly eight-lakh-strong commuter base who use the contactless circular coins.
02 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Nestle India will consider introducing new products, including under the Maggi brand, while looking to drive growth of other categories with increased advertising spending, as it looks to overcome the setback from the ban on its flagship instant noodles.
01 Aug 2015
New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has put up a series of hoardings questioning the Delhi government's expenditure on its advertisement campaign. The hoarding asks why the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP Government spent Rs 526 crore on the campaign when the money fund could be utilised to put up five lakh cameras for women's security.