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Prince Harry and his friend Cressida Bonas complained about the Daily Mirror running two pictures of them which they said invaded their privacy. Their complaint was resolved when the PCC negotiated the removal of the pictures from the paper's website
Threatened by the onslaught of the BJP and the persistent poaching by the Trinamool Congress, a section of the Congress in West Bengal is now frantically rooting for an alliance with the CPM, its alliance partner in the first UPA government at Centre
The phone hacking scandal provoked a public and political backlash of such proportions that newspapers had to submit to a process of inquisition and self-examination unprecedented in four centuries of a free press. We saw Rupert Murdoch grovelling
Max Nash/AP The Telegraph Group Ulster unionism's one time loyal champion on Fleet Street has been reported to the Press Complaints Commission over an alleged insult to the loyalist Orange Order for comparing it with Islamic extremists. The Ulster
Bernard Purdie & Friends Hit The Stage At The Philadelphia Clef Club Of Jazz & Performing Arts Published: 2014-06-10 The Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz on the Avenue of the Arts is back and bigger and better than ever for Spring/Summer 2014 with Two
The newspapers both claimed that the BBC had accommodated the 65-person crew of its TV programme Lambing Live in hotel rooms costing £279 per night...He pointed out that they were in breach of clause 1 of the editors' code of practice, as indeed they
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The new regulator could make no difference to the way newspapers operate. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA When the Times attacks you in leading articles and then refuses to publish your letters of reply, you know at least two things. First, that the Times
The first stock-taking meeting convened by the Assam Congress on the poll debacle in the state today saw district unit presidents mainly blame dissidence within the Congress Legislature Party for its worst-ever performance in the Lok Sabha polls.
The Congress's poll debacle in the state has triggered resentment in the party, which appeared directionless with Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) chief Jaydev Jena maintaining a distance from the its affairs after the elections.