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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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Police urge TV stations to scale back live coverage of any London terrorist siege 30.1.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Met commissioner says he fears that broadcast of live images could increase difficulties for police and military and risk lives of hostages

Television news organisations are to be asked by Scotland Yard to consider not broadcasting live images of police or special forces preparing to storm any terrorist siege in London to avoid jeopardising the lives of hostages or armed forces trying to rescue them.

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, the Metropolitan police commissioner, said on Thursday he feared live coverage could hamper the ability of police or the military to respond.

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Dutch police arrest armed man demanding to go on national TV 30.1.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

News agencies report that building of national broadcaster NOS in Hilversum has been cleared after man entered offices

An armed man has been arrested after entering the offices of the Dutch national broadcaster NOS and demanding to go on air.

Rob Oudkerk, a radio reporter for NOS, said the man had entered the building in the central Dutch town of Hilversum on Thursday night with a gun that had a silencer on it.

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AAP ups glam quotient, bets big on star power 30.1.2015 TOI: Cities
Aam Aadmi Party is making full use of its star campaigners in the last week before the Delhi assembly ...
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Downton Abbey: What should happen in the final episode? 30.1.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Reports are rife that the end is nigh for the Crawleys and chums. But if the Yorkshire aristos truly are facing the axe, what plot-clinching twists can we expect for the final episode, and what would you like to see happen? It strikes me that rumours of Downton Abbey’s demise are much exaggerated. It was reported today that series six – due to air in the UK in September (series five is currently on PBS in the US) – will be the last gasp of the Crawley dynasty. ITV has said it won’t comment on “speculative stories about our programmes”, but added that they absolutely do not mind broadcasting countless series of period dramas with endlessly speculative and inconclusive plots (not really, I added that). But what if it’s true and this is the end? What should happen if series six is the finale? The last episode of series five left a lot open; I will avoid alluding to this directly – and other events in the season – as US viewers won’t have seen it yet. We’ll presume we have access to the current existing cast ...
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Aftermath of explosion at Mexico City children's hospital - video 29.1.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest
The aftermath of a powerful gas tank truck explosion which shattered a maternity and children's hospital in Mexico City on Thursday, killing seven people, including three children. Footage from Mexican television network Televisa shows much of the hospital collapsed, with firefighters trying to extinguish fires. Rescue workers are continuing to scour the rubble for survivors Continue reading...
Opposition leaders launch Russian TV channel 29.1.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Belarusian and Russian opposition leaders launch channel to combat Kremlin propaganda around eastern Europe

Belarusian and Russian opposition leaders are launching a Russian-language television channel in Estonia to combat Kremlin propaganda around eastern Europe.

For now, aru.tv is broadcasting three times a week online, but plans to expand its coverage from April, according to its founder, Belarusian activist Pavel Morozov.

Related: Russian propaganda over Crimea and the Ukraine: how does it work? | Alan Yuhas and Raya Jalabi

Related: Russian propaganda and Ukrainian rumour fuel anger and hate in Crimea

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Explosion at Mexico City children's hospital leaves at seven dead 29.1.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Rescue workers were scouring through ruined sections of concrete and twisted metal for survivors after gas tank truck exploded

A powerful gas tank truck explosion shattered a maternity and children’s hospital in Mexico City on Thursday, killing seven people, including three children .

Luis Felipe Puente, the head of the country’s civil protection agency, confirmed the seven deaths. Rescue workers were scouring through ruined sections of concrete and twisted metal for survivors.

Al menos 54 heridos por la explosión a las afueras del Hospital de #Cuajimalpa #México vía @siempre889 pic.twitter.com/HRktlJgnMe

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The Good Wife: an essential crib sheet for new and returning viewers 29.1.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Missed the first five seasons of The Good Wife, or just lost track of what’s going on? No problem! Get up to date with our handy primer. Contains some spoilers, obviously

The beauty of The Good Wife, the CBS political/legal drama which returns tonight for a sixth series, is that it follows a standalone template. While understanding the nuances of relationships and in-jokes enriches viewing, and some of the plotlines do play out over several instalments, it is possible to dip into an episode with little or no background of the previous one and still enjoy it. Useful because, well, there isn’t much time to play catchup. With that in mind, and to recap for devoted viewers, hereis What You Need to Know About the Good Wife.

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Kings Cup: Neymar double helps Barcelona down nine-man Atletico Madrid in ill-tempered clash; Catalans win 4-2 on aggregate 29.1.2015 DNA: Top News
Neymar struck twice as Barcelona came from behind to seal a 3-2 victory over nine-man Atletico Madrid and reach the King's Cup semi-finals 4-2 on aggregate on Wednesday. Fernando Torres put Atletico ahead inside the first minute with a precise strike from the edge of the area but Barca have clicked into form recently and hit back quickly through Neymar. Atletico were awarded a penalty when Javier Mascherano was adjudged to have fouled Juanfran Torres on the half-hour mark, though television replays appeared to show the incident occurred outside the area.  Raul Garcia made no mistake from the spot to restore Atletico's advantage. Miranda put the ball into his own net as he attempted to clear a corner which had been flicked on by Sergio Busquets and in a lightning attack from Barca Jordi Alba found Neymar in the area and the Brazilian finished clinically. Also Read: Cristiano Ronaldo must be 'punished' post violent conduct, says Barcelona star Neymar There were heated exchanges throughout the match with ...
Disappearance of MH370 declared accident 29.1.2015 DNA: Wide Angle
The mysterious disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 in March last year was on Thursday declared as an accident, fulfilling a legal obligation that will allow the next of kin of the 239 people, including five Indians, on board to claim compensation. In a pre-recorded message Malaysia civil aviation chief Azharuddin Abdul Rahman said, "It is with the heaviest heart and deepest sorrow that we officially declare Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 an accident." All 239 passengers and crew on board are presumed to have lost their lives, he said in the message broadcast on Malaysian television. Despite an international search operation, no trace of the Beijing-bound aircraft has been found so far. The plane disappeared over the Indian Ocean on March 8, 2014 one hour after taking off from Kuala Lumpur. Officials said that the recovery operation is ongoing. Azharuddin said that the search for the Boeing 777-200 aircraft "remains a priority." He said that "Chicago Convention" on International Civil ...
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MH370 disappearance declared accident; airline to proceed with compensation 29.1.2015 Rediff: News
The disappearance of Flight MH370 last year was on Thursday declared as an accident
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Bitter Lake is a brilliant portrayal of the west's terrible arrogance in Afghanistan 29.1.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Adam Curtis’s Afghanistan documentary occasionally oversimplifies a complex story, but overall it is a powerful film that conveys the high cost of invasion Adam Curtis’s long dive into the troubled and troubling history of Afghanistan is a brilliant summary of a lesson drummed into me over four years living in Kabul – how devastating naivety and good intentions can be when untempered by humility, knowledge or at least a desire to learn. Bitter Lake, which is available on iPlayer , begins with the dam projects of the 1950s that sought to remake southern Afghanistan in America’s image, looks at ill-fated Soviet efforts to transform the country, then returns to castigate Washington’s second attempt at social and economic ...
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Pete Carroll and baseball's most feared man: an unlikely tale of friendship 29.1.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Scott Boras and Pete Carroll attended college together, and the baseball agent says they helped shape each other’s careers

Baseball’s most feared agent does not watch many sports beyond his chosen game. Scott Boras is a baseball man, after all, consumed with the business of wresting hundreds of millions from owners worth billions. He has time for little else. Except on those autumn Sundays when the Seattle Seahawks play. Those are Pete Carroll’s days. And Scott Boras’s television always comes on for Pete Carroll.

“I have to see what that guy is doing,” Boras tells the Guardian.

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Clegg: next Cameron will ask the ‘tea lady’ to join debates 29.1.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Lib Dem leader accuses PM of encouraging broadcasters to invite a ‘smörgåsbord’ of political leaders to join TV events

David Cameron is guilty of “ducking and weaving” on a ludicrous scale, by encouraging broadcasters to invite a “smörgåsbord” of political leaders to join the television election debates as he tries to avoid facing scrutiny, Nick Clegg has said.

The deputy prime minister, who said he expected Cameron to ask for the Monster Raving Loony party and the “tea lady” to join the debates, warned that viewers would become so bored they would switch over to Coronation Street.

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Rome Jewish leader trapped in Auschwitz and questioned by police 29.1.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest
Riccardo Pacifici speaks of shock at finding himself and television crew locked in and then ‘farce’ as they are held by police

The top Jewish leader in Rome, some of whose family members died in Auschwitz, has spoken of his shock at being trapped in the visitors’ centre of the Nazi death camp on Holocaust Memorial Day and then being questioned by Polish police.

Riccardo Pacifici and a television crew had been filming until 11pm for a piece to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the camp’s liberation when they realised that the guards who were meant to let them out had not arrived and that the camp had closed.

Siamo stati sequestrati da un ora dalla polizia polacca dentro Auschwitz dopo trasmissione di Matrix. Una vergogna

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Saudis take to social media to condemn 'false' reports claiming state TV blurred US First Lady 29.1.2015 DNA: Opinion
People in Saudi Arabia have taken to social media to condemn online claims that Saudi state television blurred out US First Lady Michelle Obama as she made a public appearance in Riyadh sans veil. According to reports that surfaced on Tuesday, Saudi state television blurred out the First Lady at a meeting between President Barack Obama and the new Saudi king Salman bin Abdul Aziz. Saudis said that the reports were erroneous and that the Saudi television beamed the welcome at the airport without blurring or leaving out the First Lady, Gulf News reported. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia decided against issuing an official comment on the allegations. The media there also chose to ignore the hype around it. However, the Saudi embassy in Washington posted on its Twitter account that "report by Bloomberg View's Josh Rogin that Saudi TV 'blurred' image of First Lady Michelle Obama is FALSE. Should check facts, not Facebook," the report ...
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<em>Lunchbox</em>'s housewife to <em>Homeland</em>'s ISI agent! 29.1.2015 Rediff: Movies
'Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts were tables away, seated next to each other, at the SAG awards. I was shamelessly staring,' Nimrat Kaur tells Aseem Chhabra/ Rediff.com
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