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It is followed by Hindustan, Dainik Bhaskar, Rajasthan Patrika and Amar Ujala

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | January 28, 2014

hindi_newspapers-17-juneAccording to the new Indian Readership Survey (IRS 2013) conducted by Nielsen and released by MRUC and RSCI today, Dainik Jagran remains the most read Hindi daily followed by Hindustan, Dainik Bhaskar, Rajasthan Patrika and Amar Ujala. Hari Bhoomi figures in… Continue reading IRS 2013: Dainik Jagran remains most read Hindi daily

2013 was the year of great filmmakers predicting the end of cinema. It started with Steven Soderbergh, then it rolled into Steven Spielberg and George Lucas forecasting the end as we know it. What all three were getting at was how Hollywood studios are in a constant arms race where they’re trying to top one another’s budgets to deliver bigger and bigger movies on more… Continue reading Read Martin Scorsese's Inspiring Letter to His Daughter About the Future of Cinema

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02/23/2013 at 05:40 PM ET

Oscars 2013 Rachel MwanzaCourtesy Rachel Mwanza

One of the best stories from this year’s Oscars ceremony isn’t taking place on screen, but rather on the red carpet.

Rachel Mwanza, the 16-year-old star of the Best Foreign Language Film nominee War Witch, will be joining her fellow nominees in L.A

How Did radio detection and ranging Cause Gretchen Rossi To ‘Lose All Respect’ For Vicki Gunvalson? Read On …

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By radio detection and ranging Staff

The early returns from the new season of The Real Housewives of Orange County have provided as much drama as their well-documented neighbors up I-5, and it turns out we might have had a hand in the bad blood a’ flowin near Disneyland, between beauties Gretchen Rossi and Vicki Gunvalson, over a double deadbeat dad debacle.

Here’s how it all went down:

Vicki’s always… Continue reading How Did radio detection and ranging Cause Gretchen Rossi To ‘Lose All Respect’ For Vicki Gunvalson? Read On ...

Of the Top Ten Fairytales No Longer Appropriate to Read to Kids, More Than Half Are Being Turned Into Movies

Funnily enough, I was actually driving my 2-year-old daughter to school this morning when I heard this little factoid hit the morning radio. Apparently a survey of over 2,000 parents in Britain concluded that a fairly large majority of today’s parents are staying away from the classic fairytales because they’re too dark, scary and include plot elements they’re not comfortable sharing with their little ones.

As… Continue reading Of the Top Ten Fairytales No Longer Appropriate to Read to Kids, More Than Half Are Being Turned Into Movies