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Pachauri sexual harassment case: HC asks newspaper publisher for reply on 'misleading' headline

Aug 24, 2015

Pachauri sexual harassment case: HC asks newspaper publisher for reply on 'misleading' headline

The Delhi High Court on Monday asked the publisher of a newspaper to file a reply on the issue of a headline on a report in the RK Pachauri sexual harassment case which it said was prima facie misleading. #NewsTracker #Headline #RK pachauri #Sexual harassment case #newspaper publisher
Bloomberg to ax about 100 editorial jobs - New York Post| Reuters

Aug 21, 2015

Bloomberg to ax about 100 editorial jobs - New York Post| Reuters

REUTERS - Financial news agency Bloomberg plans to cut about 100 jobs in its editorial division, the New York Post reported. The announcement could come as soon as Labor Day in early September, the Post said, citing sources #India #France #science #markets #publishing
Boston Scientific's stent approved for peripheral artery disease| Reuters

Aug 20, 2015

Boston Scientific's stent approved for peripheral artery disease| Reuters

Medical device maker Boston Scientific Inc ( BSX.N ) said its stent to prevent the blocking of arteries in the legs was approved in the United States, four years after the device was recalled outside the country due to partial or no deployments. #United States #Europe #United Kingdom #publishing #author
Magnitude 5.1 quake hits close to Pakistan's Islamabad - USGS| Reuters

Jul 25, 2015

Magnitude 5.1 quake hits close to Pakistan's Islamabad - USGS| Reuters

A magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck very close to Pakistan's capital of Islamabad, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said on Friday. #Politics #India #science #Earthquakes #publishing #author #Consumer
Historian Richard Fox Young accuses writer Rajeev Malhotra of plagiarism

Jul 07, 2015

Historian Richard Fox Young accuses writer Rajeev Malhotra of plagiarism

Renowned historian and academic Richard Fox Young had alleged that Indian research scholar and writer Rajeev Malhotra has plagiarised his works. #India #Plagiarism #Richard Fox Young #Rajeev Malhotra #Plagiarism in Indian publishing
Govt orders CBI probe, freezes account of company linked with Teesta Setalvad

Jun 26, 2015

Govt orders CBI probe, freezes account of company linked with Teesta Setalvad

Government ordered a CBI into transfer of funds by US-based Ford Foundation to Sabrang Communication and Publishing Pvt Limited (SCPPL), with which social activist Teesta Setalvad is associated, allegedly in violation of rules and froze a bank account of the firm. #NewsTracker #CBI #Ford Foundation #Teesta Setalvad #SCPPL #abrang Communication and Publishing Pvt Limited
Al Jazeera says its journalist Ahmed Mansour remanded in custody in Germany| Reuters

Jun 21, 2015

Al Jazeera says its journalist Ahmed Mansour remanded in custody in Germany| Reuters

The pan-Arab television network Al Jazeera said on Sunday that one of its best known journalists, Ahmed Mansour, had been ordered to remain in custody after appearing before a judge in Germany. Mansour was arrested in Berlin at Egypt's request, in a case that could embarrass Germany and renew questions about Cairo's crackdown on dissent. (Reporting by Ali Abdelaty; Writing by Michael Georgy; Editing by Kevin Liffey) #Economy #United States #India #Europe #Qatar #publishing #events
Barbra Streisand's long-awaited memoir will release in 2017

May 21, 2015

Barbra Streisand's long-awaited memoir will release in 2017

Barbra Streisand's memoir is the entertainment story that has been on the top of every publisher's wish list for years #Hollywood #Buzz Patrol #Barbra Streisand #Publishers #memoir
Discworld novels author Sir Terry Pratchett dies at 66 after long battle with Alzheimer's

Mar 13, 2015

Discworld novels author Sir Terry Pratchett dies at 66 after long battle with Alzheimer's

British author Terry Pratchett, creator of the science fantasy Discworld novels, died on Thursday aged 66 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease, his publishers said. #World #Books #NewsTracker #InMemoriam #Terry Pratchett #Transworld Publishers #Disc World #The Colour of Magic
Free speech is under tremendous threat in India Suketu Mehta

Mar 27, 2014

Free speech is under tremendous threat in India Suketu Mehta

It is clear that what the country needs is an unqualified constitutional amendment guaranteeing freedom of speech like the American First Amendment. Otherwise, Indias claim to be the worlds largest democracy is disingenuous, said Mehta. #TheySaidIt #Censorship #Sahara #Praful Patel #publishing #Suketu Mehta #Free Speech #litigation #Wendy Doniger #The Hindus