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Factbox: Britain's newspapers take sides in EU referendum debate | Reuters

Jun 19, 2016

Factbox: Britain's newspapers take sides in EU referendum debate | Reuters

LONDON With just days to go before Britain's June 23 referendum on European Union membership, Britain's newspapers have publicly come out on their chosen sides, hoping to influence the debate as polls paint a picture of an evenly split electorate. PRO-REMAIN NEWSPAPERS THE TIMES Britain's Times newspaper has come out in support of remaining in the EU, with its Saturday June 18 issue bearing a leading article entitled "Why Remain is best for Britain". "On balance we believe Britain would be better off leading a renewed drive for reform within the EU rather than starting afresh outside it," the newspaper said. #United States #Economy #Middle East #science #Newspapers #Argentina
Amma's rule forever: PM Modi's one year but Jayalalithaa steals the show

May 26, 2015

Amma's rule forever: PM Modi's one year but Jayalalithaa steals the show

Like Wall Street Journal once said, it's like waking up to the Jayalalithaa Times. #BuzzPatrol #NewsTracker #Newspapers #Amma #PM Modi #Shareworthy #Amma's back
Some newspapers give Pak Taliban attack a complete miss: Look at international front pages

Dec 17, 2014

Some newspapers give Pak Taliban attack a complete miss: Look at international front pages

Some international newspapers have given the heartbreaking Pakistan School attack news a complete miss. #Pakistan #Taliban #NewsTracker #Newspapers #headlines #attack #school #front page
Google will destroy local newspapers with Indian language Internet Alliance

Nov 03, 2014

Google will destroy local newspapers with Indian language Internet Alliance

Years later when Indian language newspaper become feeders for a global search engine and their archives get embedded in the vast server farms of Google's data center, they will remember the day when it started. They day they all decided to be part of an 'alliance' under the holy guise of bringing more people on the internet. #Google #language #Newspapers #Indian language #desi newspapers #Indian language Internet Alliance
In jail Jayalalithaa is eating simple food, reading newspapers

Oct 01, 2014

In jail Jayalalithaa is eating simple food, reading newspapers

AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa is keeping good health and eating simple food besides reading newspapers at the Parapanna Agrahara Central prison where she is lodged after conviction in the disproportionate assets case, according to a jail official. #Tamil Nadu #NewsTracker #AIADMK #J. Jayalalithaa #Newspapers #Jaya #jail #DA case #simple food
HT and ToI's number wars: Why don't marketers care about their Rs.15,000 crore?

Sep 22, 2014

HT and ToI's number wars: Why don't marketers care about their Rs.15,000 crore?

Why are marketers, who fund the publications, putting up with readership and circulation data which is dated and unreliable? #Times of India #Hindustan Times #Newspapers #Marketers #Surveys
Deserved or Exaggerated? Dutch media divided by Robben penalty

Jun 30, 2014

Deserved or Exaggerated? Dutch media divided by Robben penalty

Dutch newspapers remained divided Monday on whether Arjen Robben's match-winning penalty against Mexico was "deserved" or "exaggerated" but all praised the Oranje's "miracle" victory. #Sports #Media #football #Newspapers #Netherlands #Mexico #Arjen Robben #Penalty #FIFA World Cup 2014 #Dutch
Infosys defamation suit: Why media should fight for its quick disposal

Jun 10, 2014

Infosys defamation suit: Why media should fight for its quick disposal

Thanks to the slow speed at which courts in India operate, defamation suits could be, and are, used to bully and harass smaller media products. #social media #Infosys #Media #The Economic Times #The Times of India #Newspapers #MediaWatch #Defamation Suits #The Financial Express #defame