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- Wolrd Organisation UN denies Pakistan’s claim that Indian troops targeted UN vehicle near LoCs
- Special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court grants bail to five accused in coal case against Naveen Jindal
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Artists including KK, Kailash Kher, Shankar Mahadevan, Benny Dayal and Mika are all set to get 5.25 crore Indians grooving.
After re-launching ‘National Herald’ as a digital news platform, The Associated Journals is resuming the publication of its Urdu newspaper ‘Qaumi Awaz’ along with its digital version.
After adding seven stations in Maharashtra, Big FM has entered Lucknow with the launch of 94.3 FM on 23 May.
Big FM is extending its reach in the state of Maharashtra with the launch of five new frequencies which the radio network acquired in the first batch of FM Phase III auctions.
Big FM has elevated Ramgopal Iyer and Gaurav Shukla to the position of national head of account planning and regional business director for Delhi.
Fever FM has increased its ad rates by 20% and also claims to have consolidated its leadership in the metro markets of Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata.
Big FM has hired Dheeraj Goel and Rahul Saini as regional business heads. Divya Singh has been promoted to national sales head.
Strengthening its presence in the Punjab market, radio network 93.5 Red FM announced its entry into the cities of Chandigarh and Amritsar.
ENIL has decided to cap inventory at all its stations at 15 minutes per hour. This could possibly lead to an increase in ad rates.