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NDTV ban put on hold; journalists condemn arbitrary clampdown at Press Club meet

NDTV ban put on hold; journalists condemn arbitrary clampdown ...

Information and Broadcasting Minister Venkaiah Naidu said on 7 November that the one-day ban on NDTVs Hindi channel would be put on hold. The decision comes on the heels of the Supreme Court agreeing to hear NDTVs appeal against the ban - imposed by the ..., 2 months ago

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'Government taking necessary steps to promote cashless economy'

NEW DELHI: Union Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Wednesday said the government had taken steps to facilitate a cash-less economy and encourage digital and online transactions to prevent delays and end the menace of corruption. He was addressing the ...
 Times of India1 month ago

REVEALED: How US Government-Media Complex Are The Masters of Fake News

(Before It's News) Washingtons Blog Everyone's talking about fake news … Google Trends shows that starting in late October that phrase absolutely exploded in terms of internet searches: In the last month, Obama , Merkel , CNN , ...
 Before It's News1 month ago Who's the Biggest Peddler of Fake News?  Before It's News1 month ago

Raisina Dialogue Diaries: Lessons for dealing with threats to and from cyberspace

In 2017, and to kick things off with something of a truism, the threats to and from cyberspace are of major concern to States, organisations (from major corporations to NGOs) and individuals. With almost everything from your mobile phones and ...
 Tech2 firstpost.com3 hours ago

REVEALED: How Zuma planned to capture the country

Their objectives are nave and disastrous - so much so that they tripped at the first step, namely the firing and replacement of finance minister Nhlanhla Nene What if there had been no national and market backlash to president Jacob Zuma's ...
 Business Live South Africa4 days ago

Zuma, the Guptas and the great media heist

This is the third in a series of in-depth investigations of President Jacob Zuma's ties to the Gupta family. Read the first two here: Opposing forces The sordid marriage between the Guptas financial interests and Jacob Zuma's presidency has been ...
 Business Live South Africa4 days ago


's political environment is stifling, and citizens continued in 2016 to face severe restrictions on their basic rights to freedom of expression, association, and peaceful assembly. The government effectively controls print media, and online media ...
 Human Rights Watch1 week ago

American spies would prefer if RT didn't report the news, thank you very much

For decades, the United States, together with its allies, has enjoyed almost absolute control of the media narrative in the English-speaking world, both at home and abroad. Recently, however, the success of RT, and some other outlets, in attracting ...
 Russia Today2 weeks ago

CME Group Reached Record Average Daily Volume of 15.6 Million Contracts in 2016; Wall Street Lawyer Jay Clayton Emerges as Top Candidate for SEC Chairman; No One Questioned This Hedge Fund's Madoff-Like Returns

First Read CFTC Chairman Timothy Massad Announces Resignation as Chairman CFTC Chairman Timothy G. Massad today said he has tendered to President Obama his resignation as Chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, effective on ...
 John Lothian Newsletter2 weeks ago

LONDON BRIEFING: Chinese Data Gives London Stocks A New Year's Bump

LONDON (Alliance News) - Upbeat manufacturing data from China sent stocks higher in London on Tuesday morning, the first day of trading in 2017, as corporate news remained thin on the ground. Manufacturing activity in China expanded at the fastest ...
 London Stock Exchange2 weeks ago
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