PCI sets up a panel to look into problems of small newspapers

The Press Council of India on Monday announced setting up a committee to look into problems faced by the small and medium news papers in Odisha.

INS asks WB govt to clear dues of publications

The Indian Newspaper Society (INS), a body of newspapers in the country, today expressed concern over "non-payment" of advertisement bills to certain publications by the West Bengal government.

Internet not behind newspapers` death: Study

You must have heard - and might be believing by now - that internet sounded the death knell for newspapers. But that may not be true.

US newspaper co-owner among 7 killed in jet crash near Boston

A co-owner of Philadelphia`s two major newspapers was identified today as one of seven people who died when a small private jet ran off a runway at an air force base near here and burst into flames, killing everyone on board.

Scribes unhappy with Zakir for gaging Pakistan players

Pakistani journalists covering the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh are not happy with the manager of the national team, Zakir Khan for gagging the players from speaking to the media.

New York Times, Guardian push for Edward Snowden clemency

The New York Times and The Guardian have reportedly published editorials calling on US president Barack Obama to make a clemency deal with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and bring him back to the country.

Media executive killed in Honduras

An executive with a company that publishes three newspapers in Honduras was slain inside his house in San Pedro Sula city, police said.

Nurse kills son, wife of lover in Delhi

In a sordid end to an extramarital affair, a lady killed her three-and-a-half-year-old son and the wife of her lover in West Delhi`s Moti Nagar.

Make available leading newspapers in state-run libraries: HC to WB govt

Calcutta HC directed the West Bengal government to make available leading newspapers in state-run and aided public libraries.

Private newspapers return to Myanmar after 50 years

Four private daily newspapers started temporary publication Monday, signifying the re-introduction of private daily newspapers in the Southeast Asian nation after a gap of five decades.

After 4 days, newspapers hit the stands in J&K

Newspapers hit the stands Thursday after a gap of four days due to imposition of curfew in the Valley following hanging of Parliament attack convict Mohammad Afzal Guru.

Long term restraint on newspapers unreasonable: Katju to Omar

PCI chairperson Markandey Katju has written to J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah saying a short term restraint order on publication of newspapers may be justified in the wake of Afzal Guru`s execution.

Newspapers fail to hit the stands in Manipur

Newspapers failed to hit the stands in Manipur as media houses and scribes protested against the diktat of militants.

J&K interlocutors seek probe on funding of newspapers

The interlocutors on Jammu and Kashmir have suggested a probe by an appropriate regulatory body to find out the sources of funding to newspapers functioning in the state.

‘51 newspapers stopped publication in last 3 yrs’

As many as 51 newspapers have stopped publication in the country since April 2009, the government informed the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.

Cong demands withdrawal of WB library circular

Congress demanded immediate withdrawal of the recent West Bengal government order asking state-sponsored and aided libraries to keep select newspapers.

BJP, Cong condemn Mamata`s ban on newspapers

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress said a government has no right to decide what people should read.

Anna effect: Graft issue dominated newspapers & TV channels

The study was done based on coverage in six television news channels and six newspapers.

Phone hacking scandal engulfs more UK newspapers

Britain`s phone-hacking scandal appeared to be spreading to newspaper titles beyond those owned by Rupert Murdoch.

Murdoch papers set to lose 2012 Olympics deal

Team 2012, an initiative supporting British Olympians,
had signed News Int`l as its official partner.

Belarus closes 2 independent newspapers

Belarus` government sends another opposition leader to prison for two years.

Your ‘Raddi’ is His Treasure

Collecting stamps etc would seem like a child’s play when compared to what Rawal does.

Your ‘Raddi’ is His Treasure

Collecting stamps etc would seem like a child’s play when compared to what Rawal does.

Smart phones not replacing newspapers

Smart phones aren’t taking people away from relying on TV and newspapers.

Review: A Metro Nightmare

The novel is one of the few books available in the market which deals with the problems of today’s generation without giving lengthy sermons.

Obama visit: Mumbai PC miffed by security hiccups due to US men

Upset over the high-handedness of
the US security agencies, Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjeev
Dayal expressed his displeasure to the Maharashtra government,
stating problems faced by his men on account of American
officials.

Iran jails pro-reform journalist, bans two papers

Iran has sentenced to three years in jail a pro-reform journalist accused of insulting supreme guide Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and banned two reformist newspapers, an opposition website reported.

No newspapers in Guwahati following hawkers agitation

The city goes without newspapers
on Saturday following hawkers` three-day strike from today demanding
higher commission from the agencies.

Bipasha Basu finds newspapers `depressing`

Bipasha Basu has a habit of starting her day with newspapers, but she finds it extremely "depressing" to do so.

Newspapers back on stands in Kashmir

Newspapers in Kashmir on Monday resumed publication after remaining shut for four days in protest against alleged curbs on the media in the wake of last Tuesday`s violence.