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Masood Azhar dead or alive?

According to media reports, Jaish-e-mohomaad chief Masood Azhar is no more; he died because of blood cancer. Also some of the rumours are that he died in air strike done by india air force few days back. He is there in one of the camp but his death is not confirmed by any of the

FIR against journalist: Media explodes against pressure tactics of Govt

FIR against journalist: Media explodes against pressure tactics of Govt

The Chandigarh as well as Jalandhar Press Club (CPC) condemned the action of Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) for lodging an FIR against Tribune reporter over story on Aadhar data breach.“Instead of taking action against people, who were involved in data breach, the Government Agency preferred to lodge FIR against reporter, who exposes the

Twitter suspends blue check mark verification

Twitter suspends blue check mark verification

Twitter suspends blue check: Twitter has suspended its account verification exercise a process that gives public figures on the micro-blogging platform a blue check mark next to their names. The announcement came after people criticized Twitter for verifying the account belonging to the organizer of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left one

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10,000 Rohingya at border as exodus swells again:Myanmar media

Yangon, Oct 3, More than 10,000 Rohingya have massed near a crossing point with Bangladesh, Myanmar media said today, as an exodus continues to swell with food supplies low and hostility towards them surging. The ongoing flight, that has already seen over 500,000 Rohingya enter Bangladesh since last month, casts doubt on the practicality of

Journalist fired at in firing among two groups

Journalist fired at in firing among two groups

DP Correspondent,Jalandhar, August 7 Journalist fired firing among two groups. A news webportal journalists had a narrow escape, when they had gone to cover a firing incident between two groups at a local shopping mall in Jalandhar.Journalist Sandeep Shahi and Gagan Walia, who owns Punjab News Live (PNL), a news web portal noticed a fight

Media attention makes my kids feel awkward, says SRK

Media attention makes my kids feel awkward, says SRK

Media attention makes my kids feel awkward, says SRK. Dealing with paparazzi comes naturally to him but Shah Rukh Khan says it should not be expected from his kids to be as comfortable with media as he is. The 51-year-old star, who has three kids — Aryan, Suhana and AbRam — with wife Gauri, says

Social media comes as a blessing: Sonu Nigam

Mumbai: Singer Sonu Nigam says that social media platform come as a blessing in the digital world today. “In today’s time where everything is going digital, social media comes as a blessing. It’s always good to connect with fans. Social media has reduced the gap between fans and their idols and that’s a good thing,”

Social media stopping ‘Friends’ reunion, says Jennifer Aniston

London: Friends” star Jennifer Aniston sayssocial media platforms like Facebook and Instagram are the reason behind the cast of the show not reuniting. The 47-year-old actress said that people are so busy on their cell phones that they do not have any time to invest in friends or friendship, reported Digital Spy. “I don’t know

Modi’s demonetisation move ‘gamble’, will set precedent: media

Beijing: Terming Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation move as “very bold”, China’s official media today said it was a “gamble” that would create a precedent irrespective of whether it succeeds or fails and China will draw lessons from its impact on corruption. “Modi’s move is very bold. We cannot imagine what would happen in China

Scrapping currency cannot deliver corruption-free India: Chinese media

Beijing: India’s decision to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes was “bold and decisive” but the “risky” move is far from delivering a corruption-free country, the Chinese media said on Monday. However, the op-ed in the Global Times hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his “startling and sudden move” which has created a

Samra attempts to mislead media to defame cops, AAP

Chandigarh: A well-known conman on Tuesday attempted to mislead the media and tarnish the public image of some senior police officers and two top functionaries of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Meet Dr Gurvinder Singh Samra, also known as Gurvinder Singh Samra of Kartarpur in Jalandhar district, who had been to jail a number of

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Go ‘off air’ for solidarity with NDTV, Kejriwal tells media

  New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said he hoped the “whole media” will go off air for a day to express solidarity with Hindi news channel NDTV India, which has been penalised for its Pathankot terror attack coverage. “I hope the whole media goes off air for a day in solidarity

Media names 8 Indian mission staffers for anti-Pak activities

Islamabad: Pakistani media today named atleast eight staffers at the Indian High Commission here and accused them of carrying out ‘anti-Pakistan activities’, in the latest tit-for-tit action amid raging Indo-Pak tensions. After Pakistan pulled out six of its officials in the wake of a spy scandal involving staffers of its High Commission in New Delhi,

Need for developing self-regulatory mechanism for media: Governor

Chandigarh: Punjab Governor V P Singh Bandore on Monday said media should develop a self-regulatory mechanism to bring forth a “true picture” of the issues concerning people before the government. “The role of media is very important in raising and addressing issues concerning common people,” he said at the inauguration of the two day Regional

Media should develop self-regulatory mechanism: Pb Governor

Chandigarh:  Punjab Governor V P Singh Bandore today said media should develop a self-regulatory mechanism to bring forth a “true picture” of the issues concerning people before the government. “The role of media is very important in raising and addressing issues concerning common people,” he said at the inauguration of the two day Regional Editor’s

India dismisses Pakistani media report on surgical strikes

New Delhi: India on Friday dismissed a Pakistani media report that cited Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar as telling German Ambassador Martin Ney that there was no surgical attack carried out by the Indian Army on terror launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir last month. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas

Social media won’t affect your ability to concentrate: Study

New York: Frequent use of online social media does not lead to long-term problems with your ability to concentrate, says a new study. These modern communication tools do not, it seems, interfere with our primal instincts, such as long-term attitudes, time appreciation, and concentration, in the way that many critics have suggested in recent years,

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BJP, media wrongly attributed words to Kejriwal: Sisodia

Panaji: AAP leader Manish Sisodia today alleged that BJP and the media attributed words to Delhi Chief Arvind Kejriwal which he never uttered on the issue of the surgical strikes by the Army across the LoC. Referring to a video message of Kejriwal, Sisodia told reporters in Goa that the AAP convener never uttered the

IT Wing (Doaba Zone) SAD announces office-bearers for social media campaign

Jalandhar: The IT Wing of SAD was all set to counter rival political parties with an electrified social media campaign and reach out to masses about SAD’s pro people initiatives. Gurpreet Singh Khalsa, the President of SAD IT Wing (Doaba Zone) stated this while announcing the office bearers of IT Wing. Khalsa said that Deputy

Social media posts may help recall personal experiences

New York, Sep 8 (IANS) Posting personal experiences on Facebook and Twitter may make those events much easier to recall, suggests a study that examined social media’s effect on human memory.Events posted online were more likely than those not posted online to be remembered over time, regardless of the characteristics of the events, the study