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ABP News has announced the relaunch of its popular program, '24 Ghante 24 Reporter.' It is scheduled to air Monday through Friday at 9:30 PM.

Compulsions of coalition politics came to the fore as Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman read the Union Budget 2024 on Tuesday with Bihar and Andhra Pradesh getting the lion’s share of the allocation apart from new schemes to boost employment and s

InsideOut PR has announced a partnership with Australian consultancy, Simon-Kucher, following a competitive pitch.

TB Sports Network has announced a leadership transition with the departure of co-founder and director Shuvro Ghoshal after six years.

The Supreme Court has stayed the UP and Uttarakhand governments’ controversial directive mandating eateries along the Kanwar Yatra route to display the names of their owners.

As the NDA government gears up for Union Budget 2024, various news channels have announced exclusive coverage of the Budget, offering special programs.

Zee News has brought out a new weekly show, ‘Public Ke Bol AI POLL,’ which offers viewers a fresh perspective on current affairs. The program began on July 20, 2024.

With US President Joe Biden dropping out of the 2024 presidential race on Sunday, endorsing his running mate Vice President Kamala Harris as the Democratic presidential candidate, the possibility of a US President with Indian roots gracing the White House

Renowned film journalist Anupama Chopra has confirmed the closure of Film Companion, a web platform for entertainment journalism that carries reviews, interviews, features and masterclasses content around cinema, television and web series.

Chris Singh, formerly the travel, food, and technology editor for Boss Hunting, has been appointed editor at Big Splash Media.

Nine has appointed Mason Rook as the new chief executive of its youth publishing division, Pedestrian Group

Michael Stutchbury, the editor-in-chief of The Australian Financial Review has announced his retirement after almost 13 years

Shiladitya Pandit has recently assumed the role of principal correspondent at He will be focusing on comprehensive coverage of real estate, steel, and cement industries.

Rail accidents have become so common of late that one could even attribute their rise, mischievously, to a conspiracy by unknown forces to put the Indian Railways out of business and it wouldn’t seem out of place.

Dubbo's daily newspaper, The Daily Liberal, will cease its weekday editions from August 24, cutting back to an "expanded" weekend edition, printed on Saturday.

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