A truth commission in 2003 blamed the Shining Path for more than half of nearly 70,000 estimated deaths and disappearances between 1980 and 2000
The 95-year-old monarch is said to be buried 10 days after she dies and her son and heir, Prince Charles, will embark on a tour of the UK before the burial is held
President Cyril Ramaphosa assured the nation that the police and army would restore order and appealed to citizens to work together for peace
An investigation found 'serious violations' in how Didi collected and used personal information, the Cyberspace Administration of China announced
The news comes as the Justice Department has disclosed in recent weeks that it seized the email and phone records of reporters in at least three separate instances during the Trump administration.
French Open 2021: 'Media made us what we are,' says Rafael Nadal as Naomi Osaka isolated over boycott
Nadal, the 13-time French Open champion, said that even though he respected Osaka's decision, media coverage has driven the success of the sport.
Japanese star Osaka caused a stir at Roland Garros by announcing that she will refuse to carry out any press activity at the tournament, claiming she fears the effect of them on her mental health.
Originally started by journalist Steven Brill in 1991, Court TV became known for coverage of sensational trials involving OJ Simpson and the Menendez brothers.
Direct fan engagement is not a one-off phenomenon. Technology has made traditional mediums of engagement redundant, or at least less relevant in the emerging world order, and sports coverage is no exception.
Meghan and Harry’s Oprah interview: On the long history of 'royal confessionals’, and why they threaten the monarchy
Like their other confessors before them, Meghan and Harry’s claims about living inside “The Firm” continue to be positioned as disrespectful, blasphemous and immoral attacks on the Queen and her family.
Australia's Seven West Media deal with Google could have major implications for tech firms, news media
The Australian government is seeking to enact a 'News Media Bargaining Code' before the current session of Parliament ends on 25 February
NBSA tells Times Now to apologise to activist Sanjukta Basu for derogatory comments during 2018 debate
In its shows, the channel had referred to Basu as “Hindu hater”, “vile troll” and claimed that she was a part of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s “troll army”, the NBSA said
Tablighi Jamaat case: SC says complaints accusing media of communal hatred should first go to NBA, PCI
The top court had earlier sought reports from the two media regulatory bodies on the pleas of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind and Peace Party accusing a section of the media of spreading communal hatred
IIMC admission 2020: No entrance exam this year, students to be selected on basis of marks, interview
IIMC said that keeping in view the impact of COVID-19 in the near future it has decided to hold the first semester classes through online mode only.
In this episode of The Filter Koffee Podcast, Ronnie Screwvala talks about entrepreneurial prudence, working with raw talent and recording his own audiobook.
The government has asked PTI to pay the amount by 7 August, failing which the agency will have to pay 10 percent interest on the total dues.
The PTI building stands on land leased for pittance by the government, besides it getting a substantial taxpayers’ money — over Rs 9 crore annually of its Rs 110 crore-odd revenue from subscriptions and services.
Gender representation in the media: New study shows disparity in opinion pieces about socio-legal tech policy
According to this study on gender representation in opinion pieces on socio-legal tech policy, only roughly 26 percent were authored by women. The study also found that the same authors were contributing to multiple publications, which prevents greater diversity of perspectives
Markets end strong after subdued sessions: Sensex rallies over 990 points, Nifty surges to 9,315; Axis Bank top gainer, soars over 13%
Sensex rallied 996 points on Wednesday, led by massive gains in banking and IT stocks ahead of the expiry of monthly derivatives amid firm overseas cues.
NSE Indices' Index Maintenance Sub-Committee has decided to make the replacement of stocks in various indices as part of its periodic review. These changes would become effective from March 27, 2020.