The Indian Newspaper Society (INS) on Friday elected Ravindra Kumar, editor of The Statesman newspaper, as its president for the year 2013-14. Kumar, who succeeds KN Tilak Kumar of Deccan Herald and Prajavani, was chosen at the 74th annual general ... Hindustan Times, 2 months ago
Ravindra Kumar elected new INS President - Business Line, 2 months ago
Ravindra Kumar new INS President - Business Standard, 2 months ago
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The Indian Newspaper Society (INS) supported enhancing the FDI ceiling in print media from 26% to 49%, pointing out that the domestic print industry was bucking international trend with significant prospects for growth and required an urgent influx of funds.Times of India, 2 months ago Print media to govt: raise FDI ceiling to 49 pc Business Standard, 2 months ago Raise FDI Ceiling to 49%: Print Media to Govt Outlook, 2 months ago
The Indian Newspaper Society (INS) elected The Statesmans Ravindra Kumar as president at its 74th annual general meeting held in Bengaluru on Friday.Times of India, 2 months ago
Do Mallika Sherawat's comments about Indian society being regressive for women ring true now more than ever? In the times when the so-called apostles of righteousness are turning out to be fallen heroes, Mallika Sherawat's brash and unapologetic ...Apun Ka Choice, 1 week ago A journalist recently faced Sherawat's wrath when she raised the topic of her famous Cannes interview Daily Bhaskar, 1 week ago Old video of Mallika's outburst about women's rights goes viral India Today, 1 week ago Brisbane and Korean community reeling after woman's alleged murder Canberra Times, 1 week ago
Ram Leela and a new Pak love affair with India It is this new context of increased love for India that makes Nawaz Sharif cry out for dismantling the requirement of visa for movement between the two countries.
LAHORE: Popular conversation in Lahore's affluent society these days revolves around whether they have seen Bollywood's latest release, 'Ram Leela', which is running to packed audiences in many cinema halls. This is not the only movie being lapped ...Times of India, 1 week ago
The man who the Western newspapers had crowned as India's biggest crusader of truth after his spy cams claimed significant scalps is now hiding from the cameras. The small parking lot in front of the M-Block of Greater Kailash Part-II where ...New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
The success of Indian multi-culturalism is an example for the whole world to establish a peaceful and harmonious society, Indian Vice President Hamid Ansari said here. Ansari was addressing a gathering at the Nelson Mandela Lecture Theatre at Said ...Siasat Daily, 1 month ago A New Specimen of Corporate Politics Meri News, 4 weeks ago Unrest of Indian leaders & media on success of Pak movie Waar Frontier Post, 3 weeks ago
Gulzar says our society lacks commitment towards children Making a pitch to promote and patronise children's films in India, veteran Bollywood lyricist-director Gulzar today said that not enough cinema is being made for kids and emphasised on the ...NDTV, 3 weeks ago There's no cinema for children: Gulzar APN News, 3 weeks ago Gulzar Laments State of Children's Films in India India-West, 3 weeks ago There are not enough films for children: Gulzar Jagran Post, 3 weeks ago
One actress is fighting to overturn the bias towards lighter skin in Indian society. The new poster girl of the "Dark is Beautiful" campaign, Nandita Das, has called out India's obsession with fair skin -- a prejudice she says has driven some ...MedIndia, 1 month ago Dark skin campaign seeks to stop prejudice Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago
Newspapers are highlighting a controversy over a discriminatory property advert that barred Muslims from applying for a flat in Mumbai. The advert, posted by an agent on popular property website 99acres.com, sought applications from those seeking ...BBC, 4 weeks ago India: Dark is beautiful in 'historic' advert BBC, 3 weeks ago Advertising Law: It's not your father's first amendment JD Supra, 2 weeks ago
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