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The book throws light on the sensory development of children and the process by which toddlers learn to speak.(Unsplash)

Book 'Speak-A-Boo', documentary 'Talk To Your Child' released by Dr. Neeraj Suri

ANI |
PUBLISHED ON JAN 22, 2021 03:32 PM IST
Noted authors, journalists and behavioral specialists came together to interact with the public and encourage them to talk to their children during the launch of the book Speak-A-Boo by Dr Neeraj Suri.
Earlier, the journalists wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union home minister Amit Shah and Press Council of India about the issue and also mentioned that at least six journalists were assaulted in different parts of the state since the statement was given by the CM. (Photo@BjpBiplab)
Earlier, the journalists wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union home minister Amit Shah and Press Council of India about the issue and also mentioned that at least six journalists were assaulted in different parts of the state since the statement was given by the CM. (Photo@BjpBiplab)

Tripura scribes reject offer of talks, demand CM Biplab Deb withdraw remark

Hindustan Times, Agartala | By Priyanka Deb Barman
UPDATED ON OCT 20, 2020 09:16 PM IST
The offer for talks was made on Monday.
Google Doodle goes all hearts for coronavirus helpers this Monday(Google homepage)
Google Doodle goes all hearts for coronavirus helpers this Monday(Google homepage)

Google doodle goes all hearts for frontline warriors as it honours them in the fight against coronavirus

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By Zarafshan Shiraz
UPDATED ON SEP 14, 2020 09:36 AM IST
‘To all coronavirus helpers, thank you’: Google doodle’s quirky appreciation for those on the front lines is exactly the peppiness our Monday morning needs
Forcing you to look away from the news of death and violence for once in 9 hours, the tea break reminds you of all the beautiful things that are worth living for.(Unsplash)
Forcing you to look away from the news of death and violence for once in 9 hours, the tea break reminds you of all the beautiful things that are worth living for.(Unsplash)

An ode to the rescue beverage: Of tea breaks and their lack

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By Prashasti Singh
UPDATED ON MAY 19, 2020 01:30 PM IST
Taking a ten-minute break when the newsroom is buzzing with activity and stepping out for tea does the trick. It converts your cup of tea into the saviour of your sanity. On those days, the ten-minutes are not just 600 seconds. They enable your transmission into a psychologically healing realm.
A Chinese journalist.(AP Photo)
A Chinese journalist.(AP Photo)

China to expel more American journalists from leading US dailies

Hindustan Times, Beijing | By Sutirtho Patranobis
UPDATED ON MAR 18, 2020 05:28 AM IST
The announcement comes weeks after US President Donald Trump put a limit on the number of Chinese citizens working in the US for five state-controlled Chinese media outlets.
It’s a dangerously ridiculous — although fashionable — notion that the mainstream media (or just MSM) is broken, and social media is the panacea.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
It’s a dangerously ridiculous — although fashionable — notion that the mainstream media (or just MSM) is broken, and social media is the panacea.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Death of media is fake news. But scary, some greedy owners fall for silly con, writes Shekhar Gupta

The Print | By Shekhar Gupta
UPDATED ON JUN 03, 2018 09:19 AM IST
There is no need for journalists to wallow in shame or commit the moral equivalent of jauhar or mass-sati. Surely, where the Chinese walls between editorial and revenue are breached, a fightback is called for.
The Press Council of India said fake news means news, story, information, data and reports which are wholly or partly false.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
The Press Council of India said fake news means news, story, information, data and reports which are wholly or partly false.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Nothing wrong if govt intends to check fake news, says Press Council of India

Press Trust of India, New Delhi | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON APR 03, 2018 11:31 PM IST
The Press Council of India says no prudent person should or can justify the dissemination of fake news.
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