Uber files second complaint against French law - Les Echos

Uber has filed a second complaint against a French law that the online taxi-booking service says favours regular taxis at its expense, French newspaper Les Echos said on Tuesday.

Row erupts after Lazio chief Claudio Lotito's controversial call
Row erupts after Lazio chief Claudio Lotito's controversial call

Lazio`s controversial president Claudio Lotito has caused uproar after a newspaper published a telephone conversation in which he made disparaging remarks about small clubs and Serie A chief Maurizio Beretta.

New Zealand Parliament, newspaper sent bottle labelled Ebola

New Zealand`s Parliament mailroom was in lockdown Tuesday after it was sent a bottle claiming to contain a sample of the Ebola virus just hours after a newsroom in Auckland received a similar package, police said.

Washington Post editorials drop `Redskins` name

The Washington Post newspaper`s editorial board announced Friday it will no longer use the controversial nickname of the National Football League`s Washington Redskins, supporting calls that the word is offensive.

Australia should welcome immigrants: Murdoch

Global press baron Rupert Murdoch has urged Australia to be open to immigrants and engage more deeply with Asia, as he celebrated 50 years of the national newspaper he founded, The Australian.

China newspaper posts map of A-bombed Japan

A Chinese newspaper published a map of Japan with mushroom clouds rising above Hiroshima and Nagasaki, provoking outrage Tuesday from Tokyo`s foreign minister, who is from the first of the cities to be obliterated.

Qatari paid millions for World Cup bid support

A British newspaper alleged on Sunday that a former top Qatari football official paid $5 million to get support for the emirate`s campaign to host the 2022 World Cup.

79% feel TV is best medium to consume news: Zee News poll

Majority of the people in this country feel that television was the best way for them to know about what was happening in the arena of news.

Jayawardene refutes allegations of divulging T20 retirement plans to Indian media for `financial gain`

Star Sri Lankan batsman and former captain Mahela Jayawardene has dismissed allegations against made him made by a Sri Lankan publication that he chose to announce his Twenty20 international retirement plans to an Indian newspaper as it would be more `financially rewarding`.

Arunachal newspapers hit stands after five days

Newspapers hit the stands in Arunachal Pradesh, lifting five days of suspension of publication, following an assurance by Chief Minister Nabam Tuki to redress media organisations` grievances on security.

Fury at plan to turn French daily into `social network`

Journalists at France`s third-biggest national newspaper, Liberation, are reacting with fury at a surprise plan by the owners to try to turn around the struggling daily by transforming it into a "social network".

We will arrest Tulisa, say cops

Tulisa is expected to face arrest for setting up a cocaine deal that was exposed by a newspaper recently, the police have revealed.

Police probing shooting of Sri Lankan journalist

The Sri Lankan police Saturday launched investigations into the shooting of a journalist attached to a leading independent newspaper, reported Xinhua.

Liberia has a blackboard newspaper!

In a novel approach to disseminate news, a Liberian newspaper is being produced on blackboards instead of publishing.

First Kashmiri language daily launched in J&K

The first Kashmiri language
daily of Jammu and Kashmir hit the newsstands in Srinagar and
other major towns of the Valley.

Bhopal`s `editor` cobbler on mission to empower

Suresh is no ordinary cobbler - he is the founder, editor and publisher of a monthly newspaper.

Bhopal`s `editor` cobbler on mission to empower

Suresh is no ordinary cobbler - he is the founder, editor and publisher of a monthly newspaper.

Radiohead launch their own newspaper

Rock band Radiohead have produced a newspaper to commemorate the CD release of their new album.

No newspaper in Manipur after editor arrest

No newspaper was published in
Manipur in protest against the arrest of the editor of a
vernacular daily for alleged militant links.

Sweden bomber targeted newspaper: Al Qaeda site

A website affiliated with
al Qaeda says the suicide bomber in Sweden was targeting a
newspaper linked to the publication of the Prophet Muhammad