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BJP defeat is good news, says Pakistani daily

BJP defeat is good news, says Pakistani daily

The News International said that the poll result "is a timely reminder for BJP that fuelling politics of hate is not a strategy that will work in the long term".

Rebekah Brooks denies cover up at News International

Former chief executive of Rupert Murdoch`s British media empire Rebekah Brooks denied trying to cover up facts around the phone-hacking scandal.

Rebekah Brooks acquitted over Prince William `bikini photo`

Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks was acquitted of a charge of paying for a picture of Prince William in a bikini.

Pakistan needs national policy on security: Daily

Pakistan needs a national policy on security, a daily said.

Pakistan`s ties with India, China dynamic: Daily

Pakistan`s relationship with India and China is dynamic and needs "considerably more than an occasional affirmation of mutual respect", a Pakistani daily said.

Murdoch's News International gets new name in Britain

A new name and logo are being introduced to convey a more "coherent" identity, said a statement from the firm which publishes the 'Times', 'Sun' and 'Sunday Times' newspapers in Britain.

Murdoch`s News International gets new name in UK

News International, the subsidiary of media mogul Rupert Murdoch`s News Corp, was on Wednesday renamed `News UK` as the group sought to rebuild the brand tarnished by the phone-hacking scandal.

Disaster in India leaves Pakistani daily worried

Pakistan must closely watch for weather systems approaching the country that may cause a disaster situation,following the calamity in India`s Uttarakhand.

Rebekah Brooks pleads not guilty to phone hacking-related charges

Former News International chief Rebekah Brooks has pleaded not guilty to conspiring into phone hacking, pervert course of justice and unlawfully pay officials.

UK phone hacking: Rebekah Brooks denies hacking charges

Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of the Rupert Murdoch-owned News International, on Wednesday pleaded not guilty to all charges related to phone hacking that led to the closure of News of the World tabloid.

Break logjam with India, says Pakistani daily

A Pakistani daily lauded the government for refusing to give in to US pressure and going ahead with the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline. It hoped that breaking the logjam with India will be the "icing on the development cake".

Phone-hacking: Cherie Blair, News International reach settlement

Former British prime minister Tony Blair`s wife, Cherie Blair, is one of 130 victims of phone-hacking who has accepted damages from News International.

Indian-origin executive among top new appointees at News Corp

News Corp Monday announced a major restructuring of its top management in line with its decision to split into two publicly traded firms, naming a new head for its troubled British newspaper arm and appointing an Indian- origin executive to head the publishing business' finances.

‘Pakistan adopting absurd ways to tackle terror’

The editorial went on to say that citizens who have no mala fide purposes in mind are being "punished for no fault of theirs".

Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson charged with ‘illegaly paying officials’

Former News International chief Rebekah Brooks and David Cameron’s former director of communications Andy Coulson have been charged with illegally paying officials for information.

UK phone-hacking: News International security guard

The police said that Lee Sandell, 26, was charged in connection with Operation Weeting, which is investigating the hacking of telephone voicemail boxes.

‘News International tried to blackmail UK MPs’

UK police probing illegal news gathering methods by Murdoch’s newspaper group are investigating whether News International blackmailed politicians.

Brooks charged with perjury along with husband, 4 others

Brooks and her racehorse trainer husband Charles Brooks - neighbours and good friends of Prime Minister David Cameron - in Oxfordshire - are among seven people associated with Murdoch's News International who were arrested earlier.

Murdoch claims did not know extent of phone-hacking

James Murdoch, former Chairman of News International, Tuesday stuck to his stand that he did not see a crucial email that indicated phone-hacking was widespread in the now-defunct News of the World tabloid, as he faced forensic questioning at an inquiry into media ethics.

Pakistani daily questions civil awards

An editorial in a newspaper said that the "worthies were amply awarded by the President at a ceremony held at his private planet, The Presidency".