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Six more UK journos arrested over phone hacking

Six more former journalist of the now-defunct British newspaper, News of the World, have been arrested as part of a new police investigation into the phone hacking scandal. Three men and three......

The shameful demise of a 165-year-old newspaper

News International has announced that this Sunday, July 10, 2011, will be the last issue of The News of the World. The largest-selling daily in Britain had confessed to and apologised for hacking......

UK tabloid 'News of the World' to shut down

Sunday's edition of the British tabloid News of the World, one of the oldest newspapers in Britain, will be its last. The 168-year-old tabloid is shutting down following accusations of hacking into......

Are newspapers going extinct?

The first recorded news report about India appeared in the august British daily The Guardian in September 1822 about something which had happened in India in April that year. It took five months......

Making maths fun, worldwide

September 1999. Nirmala Sankaran and Harsh Rajan were just two bankers in London. British newspapers at the time were full of reports about a shortage of mathematics teachers in the UK and US.......

Bullet trains: Modi's extravagant gift to Gujarat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's loyalty to his home state, Gujarat, is admirable but an Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train will not begin to address any of the many problems Indian Railways faces, notes......

Uncle Sam and the Elephant

If Paris really meant to serve as a landmark in recognising equity in climate negotiations, it should have heralded the second phase of the Kyoto protocol. Instead we have all countries, India and......

Keshav Murugesh, Group CEO of WNS shares his success story

Murugesh says he was doing fine in his own little world but his mother, who was the first manager of the first Indian women’s cricket team, had other ideas. Keshav Murugesh, Group chief......

Of websites and factories

Regulating the internet only as a medium is somewhat similar to regulating electricity only as a driver of the TV industry, says Ajit Balakrishnan. It is a source of unending fascination for me......

India's richest man devours Matunga food, loves Harry Potter

How well do you know Dilip Shanghvi, who has emerged as India's richest man on the basis of market cap? Sun Pharma’s Dilip Shanghvi on Wednesday toppled Reliance Industries chief Mukesh......

'Where's your turban?'

Just when everything seemed picture perfect for brown faces on American television, Showtime reverts to form with its new series Billions. Aseem Chhabra points out how popular media still hasn't......

'As long as my body supports me, I will keep entertaining people'

'People keep asking me where I get so much energy from. But I’m just having fun because people are still offering me good work,' Amitabh Bachchan tells us. Amitabh Bachchan, who celebrates......

'Malala is the real deal'

'She is a genuine, real, person who wants to be with girls who are suffering the way she suffered.' The producers and director of He Named Me Malala speak to Aseem Chhabra/Rediff.com in New York.......

Father's Day Special: Getting to know Dev Anand

'He would never make you feel he was bigger or more important than you.''He always said 'I will die with my boots on,' and he died with his boots on. I salute him!' In the run-up to Father's Day,......

Ayushmann Khurrana: Best part about being an actor is...

'...That you don’t have to introduce yourself. You don’t have to carry a visiting card,' Ayushmann Khurrana tells Patcy N/ Rediff.com. We still know him as the Vicky Donor actor. But......

No need to investigate Ind-Pak WC tie: ICC

Reacting sharply to a British newspaper claim that the India-Pakistan semi-final in the 2011 cricket World Cup may have been fixed, the ICC dismissed the claim as "spurious". ICC also dismissed the......

Reporter denies phone-hacking in match-fix trial

An undercover reporter from the News of the World, the British newspaper at the heart of a phone-hacking scandal which has embroiled Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, denied Wednesday he used the......

We've cast-iron proof and timed evidence: NOTW

British Tabloid The News of the World on Sunday claimed it has cast-iron proof and timed evidence to shatter the "ludicrous" claims of Pakistan's High Commissioner Wajid Hasan that alleged......

Younis sends legal notice to British tabloid

Former captain Younis Khan sent a legal notice to British tabloid News of the World, which claimed in a report that he like several Pakistan cricketers had signed London-based bookies Mazhar and......

Revelations by tennis players on fixing approaches come thick and fast

After startling claims, on Monday, by the BBC and online BuzzFeed News accusing tennis authorities of failing to deal with 16 players repeatedly flagged up to the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) over......
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In a name's name, an ideological, silly war

The Independent editor's argument that both the names, Mumbai and Bombay, can be used interchangeably is valid, the logic that he provides to... ...

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Swiss paper uncovers Aussie-led group funding campaign to destroy FIFA

Swiss weekly newspaper Weltwoche has published damning detail of an Australian-led campaign to attack Qatar, destabilise FIFA and fund a... ...

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Pakistani newspapers tend to censor my writing much more than Indian newspapers

Pakistani author Haroon Khalid introduces the reader to eye-opening religious traditions in his home country that are rooted in the cultural... ...

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'We have been much too tolerant with intolerance, this ...

Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen tore into the vitals of the intolerance debate saying India has been much too tolerant and that small but organized... ...

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Russia Keeps Bombing Despite Syria truce President Bashar al-Assad Vows To Fight On

Major powers agreed on Friday to a pause in combat in Syria, but Russia pressed on with bombing in support of its ally President Bashar al-Assad,... ...

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