Times of India


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Times of India

 

an English-language daily newspaper in India. Times of India, founded in 1838, is published in Ahmadabad, Bombay, and New Delhi. The country’s most influential newspaper, it has close ties with government circles. The newspaper is owned by S. B. Jain, one of the largest monopolists in India. Circulation, more than 250,000 (1975).

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The forum had announced to take legal action against the newspaper and its officials and the veteran leader had issued a legal notice upon the Times of India, it's general editor, editor and its reporter in Jammu and Kashmir through a lawyer M S Reshi in which a defamation suit has been filed and demand for compensation for defamation has also been made," the statement further said.
13 ( ANI ): President Pranab Mukherjee released a commemorative postal stamp on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of the Times of India here on Wednesday.
The jet was carrying 148 people, including crew, on a Air India flight 803 from Delhi to Bangalore, The Times of India newspaper reported.
A group of seven boys spotted the elephant on Sunday outside the city of Bangalore and began following it, the Times of India reports.
Citing to diplomatic sources Times of India has claimed Pakistan is contemplating to reduce the diplomatic staff owing to non provision of fool proof security to Pakistani High Commission Staff by the Indian government.
A front- page Times of India story published a week ago claimed that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi had managed to " rescue 15,000 Gujaratis" from distressing conditions in Uttarakhand.