May 28, 2005

Mumbai to get no-nonsense newspaper
...which means The Times of India, Indian Express, Mid Day, Asian Age... are nonsense newspapers?
Also read: Mumbai Mirror mirrors Mid Day
If I lose my job...
I can become the editor of Economic Times, says Finance Minister P Chidambaram
What Bush is saying when he is talking
The US President, who held just 14 formal, solo news conferences between his 2001 inauguration and the 2004 election, has faced reporters' questions every month since his re-election last November

May 27, 2005

Bombay closes book on street 'library'

May 19, 2005

WSJ in pictures
Business Wire has released early stage mock-ups of what a compact Wall Street Journal could look like
Staines murder: Dara gets life after death
(The Indian Express)

May 09, 2005

Battleground Mumbai
The media buzz from agencyfaqs:

Dina Vakil, resident editor, The Times of India, Mumbai, making way for Derek D’Sa, who was resident editor, Times of India’s Kolkata edition. Dina is likely to stay on as consulting editor

Avirook Sen, associate editor, Hindustan Times and editor, Sunday HT and HT City will be resident editor of HT, Mumbai

Ravi Srinivasan, resident editor, The Times of India, Pune, heading towards Mumbai

Bipul Guha, art director, Hindustan Times, heading towards Mumbai to helm the design functions at Daily News and Analysis

May 07, 2005

Playboy TV eyeing India?

Government officials have been sounded out at a very informal level over whether laws in India would ever permit adult content on television

May 05, 2005

Vote Labour?

May 02, 2005

Who answers 911?
It's the phone number that can help save a life. But calling 911 and expecting help to come running is becoming more of a gamble than ever before
Time Warner loses employee records
Tapes misplaced when firm was moving them to an offsite storage facility

May 01, 2005

Hello darkness
Mumbai’s iconic billboards will blink out. A symbol of an unprecedented power crisis across the state in a time of unprecedented growth. But the state govt is too busy with morality lectures to bother about a loss of Rs 100 crore — every day