Entertainment  |  03 Sep 2019

Adnan Sami's son calls Pakistan his 'home'

MUMBAI: Singer-composer Adnan Sami might have opted for Indian citizenship, but his son Azaan Sami Khan insists on calling Pakistan his home.

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Biz  |  13 Dec 2016

Shifting AIR regional language bulletins to state capitals will not cost more

NEW DELHI: The shifting of regional Indian language bulletins from Delhi to respective state capitals will not involve any additional expenditure,

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Biz  |  16 Nov 2016

BBC World Service rolls out expansion plans, four new Indian language services

MUMBAI: The BBC World Service has announced its biggest expansion plans  since the 1940s, for the coming year, credited to a 'greatest ever fundin

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Entertainment  |  17 Oct 2016

Compared to radio, podcasts are far more liberal: Mae Thomas

MUMBAI: Going against the tide is challenging, but this is exactly what Mae Thomas likes doing.

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Biz  |  07 Jul 2016

First BBC 'newsbot' brings more Uzbek content to Telegram

MUMBAI: In an innovative approach to reaching audiences in Uzbekistan, BBC Uzbek has activated an automated account – bot – on one of its messaging

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Biz  |  05 Jul 2016

BBC Brasil brings first-hand reporting and unique glimpses of Brazil

MUMBAI: BBC Brasil has produced two high-profile video series for the BBC’s international news services ahead of Rio 2016.

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Entertainment  |  23 Jun 2016

Spice Girls planning TV documentary?

MUMBAI: Three members of British pop girl group Spice Girls are reportedly in talks for a three-part TV series.

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Biz  |  11 Jun 2016

Indian entry makes it to shortlist of BBCÆs 25th International Radio Playwriting Competition

MUMBAI: Mariam Samah’s ‘The Maid Who Made It’ is the lone Indian entry that has made it to the shortlist of the BBC World Service and the British

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Biz  |  09 Jun 2016

With successful trials of DRM, AIR will fully convert to this digital medium for radio: Yogendra Pal

NEW DELHI: Reports have appeared in some publications that there is a proposal by All India Radio to switch off its short wave transmitters and to

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Entertainment  |  03 Jun 2016

Prince died of painkiller overdose

MUMBAI: Late pop icon Prince died from an accidental overdose of the painkiller fentanyl, medical examiners have found.

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Biz  |  09 May 2016

Radio indies call for senior audio commissioner roles in restructured BBC

MUMBAI: The Radio Independents Group (RIG), which represents the UK indie radio production sector, has written to BBC Director General Lord Tony Ha

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