Don't care what TV or Cong has to say: Vasundhra Raje

 Breaking her silence over row surrounding Rajasthan government's sighing of MoU with a Portugal-based hospital, Chief Minister Vasudhara Raje today said the step was taken with public welfare in mind.

Jindal extortion case: Dr Subhash Chandra presents his side of the story

Essel group chairman Dr Subhash Chandra puts forward his side of the story .

Home ministry to streamline flow of information to media

In its efforts to "streamline the inflow of information to the media", the home ministry on Thursday issued a set of guidelines under which only four sources -- home minister, minister of state for home affairs, home secretary, additional director general for media and spokesperson would disseminate information.

Journalist's life in Pakistan a perilous one: Daily

A journalist`s life is often a perilous one in Pakistan, a country deemed one of the world`s most dangerous for journalists, especially since militant groups began to proliferate here, said a leading daily on Saturday.

Egypt to revise anti-terror media law: MENA

Egypt on Wednesday agreed to revise a controversial article of its touted anti-terror law threatening journalists with jail for reporting anything but the official line on jihadist attacks, state media reported.

Saudi media attack Iran deal as assault on Arab interests

 Saudi Arabian media attacked Iran`s nuclear deal with world powers on Wednesday, with cartoonists depicting it as an assault on Arab interests and columnists decrying the focus on Tehran`s atomic plans instead of its backing for regional militias.

India not responsible for water shortage in Pakistan: Official

India is not responsible for water shortage in Pakistan, a top official here has said while dismissing as baseless reports that India was not observing the bilateral Indus Waters Treaty.

Dr Subhash Chandra Show: Has news media lost its credibility?

This week Dr Subhash Chandra Show will be aired from TA Pai Management Institute in Manipal, Karnataka. Dr Chandra discussed with 300 students whether news media has lost its credibility – a topic that most media barons avoid to discuss on a public platform.

Admissions 2015: Know India's best ranking Universities

As the admission process is in full swing, check out this survey to know which colleges/ universities are best for you!

Media has been very kind to me: Pooja Bhatt
Media has been very kind to me: Pooja Bhatt

Actors and the media are known to share a "love-hate" kind of relationship, but actress-filmmaker Pooja Bhatt, who has always been vocal about her personal and professional life, says media has always been kind to her in her career.

Iggy Azalea slams media for trying to create 'beef' between her, Britney Spears
Iggy Azalea slams media for trying to create 'beef' between her, Britney Spears

 Iggy Azalea has taken it to her Twitter page to first set rumors straight about Britney Spears and their single 'Pretty Girls,' then to diss the media who want to get "paid."

Car in Rajasthan CM's convoy hit by TV channel's vehicle

A vehicle in the convoy of Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje was hit on Saturday by a TV channel's car as she was headed to the NITI Aayog from Delhi airport.

Turkish editor gets 21 month suspended sentence for `insulting Erdogan`

An Ankara court on Tuesday handed down a 21-month suspended jail sentence to an editor of a leading English-language Turkish daily newspaper after convicting him of insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

US denies Israeli report on Obama inviting Netanyahu to meet

The White House denied an Israeli newspaper report on Tuesday that US President Barack Obama had invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to meet in Washington next month.

Turkey holds reporters `for asking tough question` about IS

Turkey on Tuesday briefly detained four journalists covering the seizure by Kurdish forces of the Syrian border town of Tal Abyad, reportedly because they asked the local governor a tricky question on Islamic State (IS) militants.

Lalit Modi's lawyer makes serious allegations against three senior UPA ministers

Lalit Modi's lawyer Mehmood Abdi makes serious allegations against three senior UPA Ministers (P Chidambaram, Shashi tharoor and Salman khurshid) during a press conference in Mumbai on Monday.

Visa controversy: Lalit Modi's lawyer holds press conference in Mumbai

Lalit Modi's lawyer Mehmood Abdi during a press conference in Mumbai on Monday, denied existence of any 'Blue' notice against him.

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Is Pakistan shaken by Myanmar Operation?

The Indian Army's Myanmar Operation All Out's influence is visible on Pakistan's media channels as they are actively debating the issue, hinting a rising concern in the country against a similar attack on it's militant camps.