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No newspapers, television for Arvind Kejriwal for 12 days in August - Know why

No newspapers, television for Arvind Kejriwal for 12 days in August - Know why

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will soon be going for a break.

Kashmir newspapers to resume as logjam ends

Kashmir newspapers are expected to hit the stands on Thursday after the government on Wednesday "apologized" for media curbs and assured Srinagar-based editors that their work won't be hindered by the heightened security in the wake of unrest that has left over 40 people dead and hundreds injured in the Kashmir Valley.

Kashmir unrest: 12 days on, curfew continues; newspapers refuse to publish despite permission

Kashmir unrest: 12 days on, curfew continues; newspapers refuse to publish despite permission

With the curfew in the Valley dragging into its 12th day on Wednesday, life in Jammu and Kashmir continued to be in a state of paralysis even though incidents of violence between locals and the security forces show no sign of cooling down and the death toll of civilians continues to rise.

DNA: Newspapers fail to give importance to CRPF martyrs of Naxal attack

Watch this special segment and get to know, Why print media is not giving importance to the martyrs of naxals attack in Dantewada?
To know more watch this full video here.

After 30 years, final edition of UK`s Independent goes to print

Staff at The Independent sent their final edition to the printing presses on Friday before the 30-year-old British newspaper becomes available only in digital format.

DNA: Revealed- Newspapers spreading 'false news' without evidence

Watch this special segment in which you will get to know about some newspapers like Indian Express, Hindustan times and Economic Times which are spreading false news and imposing false allegations on other media channels without any evidence.

Now, recycle cans, newspapers through Pom Pom!

Planning to throw away the left over cans from last night's party or sell old newspapers to the kabadiwala? Why not recycle them?

Shocking! Nagaland newspapers published with blank editorial space

The Nagaland Press Association (NPA), a conglomerate of journalists and non-journalists, also extended support to the editors in their protest against the para-military force.

Axel Springer buys up Business Insider for $343 million

German publisher Axel Springer is to buy a further 88 percent of news website Business Insider for $343 million, it said on Tuesday.