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Keppel's $3.4b privatisation offer for SPH: Timeline of key developments

Straits Times 02 Aug 2021
SINGAPORE -Keppel Corp has offered to take Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) private under a ... SPH Media Trust holds a press conference, during which Mr Khaw announces that former SPH deputy chief executive�Patrick Daniel will be interim CEO of the new company limited by guarantee.
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Keppel's privatisation offer for SPH: Timeline of key developments

Straits Times 02 Aug 2021
SINGAPORE -Keppel Corp has offered to take Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) private under ... SPH Media Trust holds a press conference, during which Mr Khaw announces that former SPH deputy chief executive�Patrick Daniel will be interim CEO of the new company limited by guarantee.
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Rival parties on collision course over a DP-led media reform bill

Korea Times 02 Aug 2021
Kim Gi-Hyeon, floor leader of the main opposition People Power Party, talks with the labor union representatives of KBS who are staging a protest against the media reform bill at the National Assembly in Seoul, Aug ... for Damage Caused by Press Reports in a way that sharply increases the media's burden of responsibility for false or fake news.
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SPH decided to seek full offer for company to avoid chaos after hiving off media arm

Straits Times 02 Aug 2021
SINGAPORE - The board of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) wanted to minimise disruption to business operations once its media arm had been hived off - and the offer from Keppel ticked the most boxes ... Speaking at a press conference on Monday (Aug 2) after Keppel's offer to privatise ...
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Beijing Games: Sports coverage fine, other things maybe not

Rapid City Journal 02 Aug 2021
Yaqiu Wang, a China researcher for Human Rights Watch who grew up near Shanghai, said “the foreign media had brand credibility five or six years ago.” But she said increasing information control by the Chinese state does not allow average Chinese to get a fair assessment of what the Western press is saying about China.
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Keppel makes $3.4 billion offer to take SPH private after media business is hived off

Straits Times 02 Aug 2021
SINGAPORE - Keppel Corp is proposing to acquire Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) through a $3.4 billion privatisation offer after the hiving off of SPH's media business ... The transfer of the media assets is subject to SPH shareholders' approval at an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) expected to be convened this month or next.
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Keppel in $3.4b deal to take SPH private after media business is hived off

Straits Times 02 Aug 2021
SINGAPORE - Keppel Corp is proposing to acquire Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) through a privatisation offer after the hiving off of SPH's media business ... The transfer of the media assets is subject to SPH shareholders' approval at an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) expected to be convened this month or next.
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Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty breaks silence over Raj Kundra arrest

Gulf News 02 Aug 2021
The actress, who had the misfortune of seeing her Bollywood comeback 'Hungama 2' fail after a 14-year hiatus in light of her husband’s arrest, has been trolled mercilessly on social media, while being subjected to speculative stories in the media ... Court asks certain media to take down content, refuses to gag press.
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'We don't deserve a media trial': Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty breaks silence over husband Raj Kundra's arrest

Gulf News 02 Aug 2021
The actress, who had the misfortune of seeing her Bollywood comeback 'Hungama 2' fail after a 14-year hiatus in light of her husband’s arrest, has been trolled mercilessly on social media, while being subjected to speculative stories in the media ... Court asks certain media to take down content, refuses to gag press.
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Keppel to buy Singapore Press Holdings for $1.7 billion

Khaleej Times 02 Aug 2021
The Singaporean conglomerate's deal excludes the newspaper publisher's media business. Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp said on Monday it would buy Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) for S$2.24 billion ($1.65 billion), excluding the newspaper publisher's media business.
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Olympic volunteers strive to tell their earthquake stories

Billings Gazette 02 Aug 2021
Olympic volunteer Atsushi Muramatsu shows business-card size flyers to express gratitude for support from overseas, during an interview with The Associated Press in Rifu, Japan, Thursday, July 29, 2021. He made the flyers to hand out to foreign media covering the 2020 Summer Olympics at Miyagi Stadium, where he is serving as a volunteer.
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Shilpa Shetty breaks silence on porn film case involving Raj Kundra

The Telegraph India 02 Aug 2021
In an interim application, Shetty had sought for media to be restrained from publishing any "incorrect, false, malicious and defamatory" content, on which the court noted that passing a blanket gag order on the media against reporting anything on the matter shall have a "chilling effect on the freedom of press".
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Monday Memes: MS Dhoni's faux-hawk hairstyle becomes a rage unleashing hilarious reactions on social media

Bollywood Life 02 Aug 2021
Fans were surprised to see MS Dhoni in his new avatar and they began sharing hilarious memes on social media ... And yet again, the former India and current Chennai Super Kings captain became quite a rage on social media when he unleashed his new faux-hawk haircut ... It was a time when social media wasn't as big as it is now.
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Sports Coverage is Fine for Upcoming Beijing Games, But Other Things Might Not Be

NBCBayArea 02 Aug 2021
Yaqiu Wang, a China researcher for Human Rights Watch who grew up near Shanghai, said “the foreign media had brand credibility five or six years ago.” But she said increasing information control by the Chinese state does not allow average Chinese to get a fair assessment of what the Western press is saying about China.
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Pakistan has 'no favourites' in Afghanistan: FO clarifies FM Qureshi's remarks on IS, Taliban

Dawn 02 Aug 2021
The foreign minister, during a press conference in Multan on Saturday, had discussed the need to keep IS insurgency in check in Afghanistan. His comments, on social media and in Afghan press, were reported as if he expected the Taliban, and not the Afghan government, to handle the situation.
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