After separating newspapers from the lucrative film and television divisions of News International in June, media baron Rupert Murdoch has now resigned as director of his UK-based newspapers.Murdoch gives up role in UK newspapers http://www.newsx.com/story/murdoch-gives-role-uk-newspapers
Malian soldiers have arrested Prime Minister Cheick Modibo Diarra at his home, acting on the orders of ex-coup leader Amadou Sanogo, a member of the premier's entourage has said. "The prime minister was arrested by about 20 soldiers who came from Kati" a military barracks outside Bamako and headquarters of the former putschists, said the source, who witnessed the yesterday's arrest.
The re-election of Barack Obama as US President will be good for India and help in further strengthening bilateral ties, Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) said today. The recent wave of reforms in India, particularly in the multi-brand retail, should encourage US corporations to accelerate their investment into Asia's third largest economy, the chamber said.