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Protestor calls Tony Blair a 'war criminal' in UK HC

Proceedings at the widely followed Leveson Inquiry were briefly disrupted on Monday when a protester managed to burst into the high court chamber and harangued former Prime Minister Tony Blair for......

Never asked any UK PM any favour: Murdoch

Media baron Rupert Murdoch Wednesday defended his interaction with several British prime ministers at the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics, insisting it was a "myth" that he asked them for favours......

Britain to impose new press regulations

Britain will unveil new rules regulating press in the country after politicians rejected a proposal for self-regulation by the media industry. British Culture Secretary Maria Miller told lawmakers......

No deal with Murdoch, insists Cameron

British Premier David Cameron, under fire for his closeness to Rupert Murdoch, was on Thursday grilled at a public inquiry where he denied entering into any deal, overtly or covertly, with the......

UK phone hacking: Ex-News Intl CEO Rebekah Brooks charged

Rebekah Brooks, a close aide of media baron Rupert Murdoch and former chief executive of News International, will face charges of perjury in connection with the phone-hacking scandal, the Crown......

Swraj Paul's mantra to fight corruption in India

Corruption in India will never be stamped out unless both giver and the taker are equally exposed to public scrutiny and the rule of law, leading NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul has said. "I have......

Murdoch's ex-editor ridicules claims

Harold Evans, legendary editor of The Sunday Times, who famously resigned after falling out with media baron Rupert Murdoch, on Thursday ridiculed the latter's claims at the Leveson Inquiry on......

New details of illegal cash culture at Murdoch's tabloid

New revelations by the police on Monday pointed to a 'culture of illegal payments' at media baron Rupert Murdoch's Sun tabloid for information to be used in sensational stories.Appearing before the......
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Pressing need for rules

In principle, there is no reason why journalists should not have a disciplinary body just as lawyers have their bar council and medical doctors... ...

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140413/commentary-columnists/article/pressing-need-rules
British culture minister quits over expenses row

Britain's culture minister Maria Miller today quit the David Cameron Cabinet after a row over her expenses, saying the controversy has become a... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/british-culture-minister-quits-over-expenses-row-114040900770_1.html
News media should be active, not activist

(L-R) Editor-in-Chief of IBN Network Rajdeep Sardesai, Chairman of India Today Group Aroon Purie, CEO of Star India Uday Shankar and... ...

http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/delhi/news-media-should-be-active-not-activist/

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