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  • International Business Times buys Newsweek from Daily Beast August 5, 2013

    New York: Newsweek is being sold for the second time in just a few years. The owner of the International Business Times said it's buying what is now an onlineonly brand for an undisclosed sum from IAC/InterActiveCorp. The publication, which once had a fierce rivalry with Time magazine, ran its...
  • Washington Post journalist sticks to article on PM September 7, 2012

    New Delhi: A day after the Prime Minister's Office attacked The Washington Post for its article on Manmohan Singh's poor leadership, the reporter is still sticking to his story. Reacting to the PMO letter, Simon Denyer wrote in a blog that he had no reason to apologise and the previous...
  • Full text: PMO's reply to Washington Post September 6, 2012

    New Delhi: Reacting to the article published in 'The Washington Post' on the alleged poor leadership of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister's Office has released a letter written to the author of the article Simon Denyer pointing out the "unethical and unprofessional conduct" at his part. Here...
  • PMO replies to Washington Post, slams journalist September 6, 2012

    New Delhi: The Prime Minister's Office has replied to The Washington Post journalist Simon Denyer claiming that the newspaper never contacted Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his version on the article slamming him. "Despite all lines of conversations open, you never got in touch with us for our side of...
  • US paper refuses to apologise for slamming PM September 5, 2012

    New Delhi: The Washington Post has refused to apologise for the article criticising Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, calling him a failure. While PMO sources indicated to CNNIBN that the publication tendered an apology and will also publish the Prime Minister's response, The Washington Post said there was no question...
  • US paper calls Manmohan Singh a 'tragic figure' September 5, 2012

    New Delhi: Almost a month after the 'Time' magazine dubbed the Prime Minister as an "underachiever", an article in 'The Washington Post' tagged Manmohan Singh as a "tragic figure'. "India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh helped set his country on the path to modernity, prosperity and power, but critics say the...
  • New Google tool seeks to convert Net into newsstand September 16, 2009

    San Jose (California): So far, you have been spending time browsing to read news on Internet. But now, top search engine and content giant Google will help you read news, as if you were actually flipping newspapers or magazines. The new tool is "Google Fast Flip" that allows you to swiftly...