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Mkts volatile; cap goods, metals up, pvt banks dip ... 17.3.2028 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Kallis ton sets the pace for South Africa 1.6.2022 CNN-IBN Top Stories
South Africa, who were sent in to bat, were 262 for four wickets at the close of the first day of the first test against England on Wednesday.
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Sensex above 14500; telecom, IT, rate sensitives g ... 31.7.2021 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Meet BARC, a new TV ratings system to create a new set of winners and losers 30.5.2015 ET: Media
For the world’s second largest and fastest growing television market, the new BARC system is nothing short of an earthquake.
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Govt clips DD wings, asks DG report to it 30.5.2015 TOI: Home
The I&B ministry on Friday appointed Veena Jain as director general (news) in Doordarshan in place of Akshay Rout and, in an unusual move, directed her to report directly to the ministry.
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Sun TV Network net up 30.5.2015 Sify Finance
Satellite channels broadcasting major Sun TV Network Ltd on Friday said it closed last fiscal with a higher profit and income.
Veena Jain posted as DG (News) of Doordarshan 29.5.2015 ET: Media
"Veena Jain posted as DG, DD News-cum-OSD New Media & Social Media in I&B Ministry. Presently, she is ADG (News) AIR.
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Broadcasters attack Theresa May's plan to vet TV programmes for extremism 29.5.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Industry figures say powers proposed by home secretary for Ofcom to approve content prior to transmission are ‘completely impractical’ and ‘difficult to justify’


Senior figures in broadcasting have criticised proposals to introduce counter-extremism powers allowing the vetting of British television programmes nefore transmission as impractical and unjustified.

A government plan to strengthen the role of media regulator Ofcom to take “tough measures against channels that broadcast extremist content” was outlined in the Queen’s speech last week.

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Strong protests over de-recognition of Madras IIT student body for criticising Modi 29.5.2015 Rediff: News
Scores of Congress party-affiliated National Students Union of India workers on Friday held a protest outside Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani's official residence in New Delhi over IIT-Madras de-recognising a students' body for reportedly criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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South-east Asian countries fail to agree on cause of 'boat people' crisis 29.5.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Group of affected countries avoids blaming Burma for crisis centred on effectively stateless Rohingya people

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Brazil’s biblical soap opera The Ten Commandments is a TV hit 29.5.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Set in ancient Egypt and loosely based on the story of Moses, the soap is now one of the country’s top prime-time TV shows – and it may be headed for the US

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Why the child labour law SHOULD NOT be amended 29.5.2015 Rediff: Business
The proposed changes to the child labour law to allow children and adolescents to work for their families would be most retrograde and regressive, say Shinzani Jain and Paranjoy Guha Thakurta.
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When Pop Ruled My Life: a loving look at extreme fandom 29.5.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
‘No one is safe, there are identical fan colonies at whichever end of the ideological pole you find yourself: be it the in crowd or those who embrace their outsider status’ “I’d forced my family to go on holiday near Roger Taylor’s house in Cornwall,” explains Kate Mossman with a breezy nonchalance in When Pop Ruled My Life: The Fans’ Story (Friday, 9pm, BBC4). After seeing Queen on Top Of The Pops in 1991, Kate’s life became filled by the spoils of pop obsession: diaries flooded with prose; a life-size papier-mache Freddie Mercury mask the exact purpose of which still baffles her (and me); a lovingly Pritt-sticked collage that ate up an entire weekend in its making, etc. In this documentary, we see how powerful the tide of furiously zealous pop neeks really is. We watch footage of young girls enraptured by some incomprehensible quality of Harry Styles (maybe, but not conclusively, his resemblance to a lovely gerbil); we have interviews with fans long grown up and the pop stars those fans were in love ...
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Japanese island to be evacuated after volcano erupts 29.5.2015 Hindustan Times: World
Authorities have reported no injuries to the 137 residents of the island which about 70 miles south of Japan and is connected to the world only by ...
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Amazon India partnering with GreenDust to provide extended warranty plan 29.5.2015 ET: Retailing
GreenDust has tied up with Flipkart, Snapdeal, and Amazon India to manage their returns processes.
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Doordarshan to start weekly 'achhe news' show 29.5.2015 ET: Media
The public broadcaster is also exploring plans to increase the duration of the daily bulletin to include domestic and international news.
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Fifa: doubletalk, schmaltz and a deep-fried Swiss dictator 29.5.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

As his empire looks certain to crumble, Sepp Blatter is holding on – just – to the illusion that everything is fine

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First 59 matches of IPL 8 grabbed 10 lakh more TV viewers than last year: TAM 29.5.2015 ET: Media
According to the data, 19 crore people watched the first 59 matches on television compared with 18.9 crore TV viewers until the final last year.
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Rose Byrne: I couldn't do standup, my comedy doesn't come from jokes 29.5.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
The actor on being funny, serious and successful – and her delight that the fight against sexism in the film industry is finally landing some blows Rose Byrne is a notorious “breaker” – one of those actors who finds it impossible to keep a straight face opposite a comedic co-star. While she assures me she’s improving, working with her “unpredictable” co-star Melissa McCarthy on their new movie Spy made it almost impossible. “She’ll go on these runs of her bits, so it’s pretty hard not to start laughing. Even the crew guys start laughing.” She adds quickly: “Jude [Law] broke a lot so that made me feel less ...
Concern over Greece weighs on stocks; yen falls further 29.5.2015 Sify Finance
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