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Dec 12, 2017
White House spokesperson, reporters spar over 'erroneous' news coverage on Donald TrumpWhite House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Tuesday sparred with reporters over errors made by media outlets in recent stories on President Donald Trump.
Dec 04, 2017
Facebook and Google to be investigated over news media disruption in AustraliaThe government ordered the probe as part of wider media reforms, amid growing concern for the future of journalism and the quality of news following years of declining profits
Dec 01, 2017
Shashi Tharoor cannot be compelled to speak on Sunanda Pushkar's death: HC tells Republic TVThe Delhi High Court also, however, said that Republic TV news channel's right to air stories on the death of Sunanda Pushkar cannot be curbed.
Nov 28, 2017
Jay Shah defamation case: Gujarat High Court rejects The Wire's plea challenging gag order by Ahmedabad courtThe Gujarat High Court rejected a petition by 'The Wire' challenging a gag order passed by a lower court in a civil defamation case filed by BJP chief Amit Shah's son Jay Shah over an article published by the news portal
Nov 22, 2017
Another journalist killed in Tripura: Militancy is the main reason for murders of North East scribesBut beyond the usual condemnation of such killings, the fact remains that the larger North East region has been unsafe for on duty-journalists.
Nov 20, 2017
NDTV Group CEO KVL Narayan Rao passes away at 63 after two-year-long battle with cancer"Narayan Rao was an exceptional leader. He had unshakable integrity and his ability to make time to address the concerns of every person at NDTV," the company said in a statement
Nov 18, 2017
Sonia, Rahul Gandhi accuse Subramanian Swamy of delaying trial in National Herald caseSubramanian Swamy had filed a set of documents of around 450 pages reportedly relating to the Congress party, National Herald and others before the court, seeking a response from the accused as to whether these were correct
Nov 16, 2017
On National Press Day, Narendra Modi wishes media fraternity, says govt committed to upholding freedom of expressionPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday wished journalists on "National Press Day" and said his government is "fully committed to upholding freedom of press
Nov 13, 2017
Delhi air pollution still 'severe': Govt is playing with children's health, accuse angry parents as schools reopen after 5 daysAngry parents accused Delhi authorities on Monday of "playing with children's health" as schools reopened despite a fresh surge in pollution to emergency levels.
Nov 09, 2017
Playing a VR game while drawing blood may significantly reduce perception of painOffering children to play a Virtual Reality (VR) game while drawing blood can reduce their perception of acute pain, anxiety and general distress.