NSC was established in March to undertake production of foundation and certified seeds. At present, it is undertaking production of certified seeds of nearly varieties of 60 crops in its Farms and through its registered seed growers. There are about 8 Farms and registered seed growers all over the country who are undertaking the seed production programmes in different agro-climatic conditions. The turnover of the Corporation for the F.
The broader editorial team was brought together from within the BBC, from print journalism and from some online sites.
The BBC had previously created special websites marking the Budgetthe Olympic Gamesgeneral electionand the death of Princess Diana in but nothing on the scale of the launch of the main site itself,  which required the development of a completely new production system, for which a team, led by Matthew Karas  was specially hired.
The site launched a set of semi-official RSS 0. Mike Smartt, who became editor in chief inwas later succeeded by Pete Clifton who was subsequently promoted to Head of BBC News Interactive and replaced by the previous editor Steve Herrmann in The new design, incorporating larger in-line videos within news articles and standardised font usage, was introduced as a first step to bringing the entire BBC website into line with its new style guidelines.
Internet users with IP addresses originating from the UK are served the UK edition, all others receive the international edition.
The international version contains advertising and an "Advertise With Us" link at the bottom. The previous seven days' top stories were formerly available through the Week at a Glance section of the website.
As well as pure news articles, the site also contains material to support BBC news, current affairs and factual programmes. Journalists including Nick Robinson and Kamal Ahmed use blogs to provide updates on current events and topics.
Editors also provide entries within the "Editors' blog", giving explanations for editorial decisions as well as announcing new features or services.
Members of the public are also given the opportunity to comment on entries from journalists and editors. Prior to the adoption of the blog-style, BBC News Online also had a number of topic-specific columns written by BBC journalists, such as former education correspondent Mike Baker 's Mike Baker Weekly, and technology commentator Bill Thompson's bill board formerly bill blog.
Magazine[ edit ] The 'Magazine' is a section of BBC News Online that includes a number of articles that are not tied to a particular event or topic, unlike the other articles on the site. It usually includes the "Paper Monitor", which provides a commentary on the daily press in the United Kingdom.
During the day a series of caption competitions and oddities are added. On weekday evenings at around 5p. GMT, letters from readers, both serious and light-hearted, are published.
Topics can be varied: Other favourite areas of discussion include the Flexiconthe gender of Paper Monitor or coming up with sardonic comments about previous letters. On Friday evenings, ready for Saturday morning, an article called "10 things we didn't know last week" collates odd and interesting facts from the week's news.
Readers are encouraged to send their own images depicting ten objects to accompany the facts; past examples have included 10 swans flying in formation and ten toes.
Since a redesign of the BBC News Online in Septemberthe Magazine Monitor has followed a blog-style layout, rather than as a page updated over the week in a similar way to news articles.
Comments are allowed, but not published, other than a selection in the daily letters. It contains an online digital library of news stories reported by the BBC on the Second World War and world events from the s to There are entries for every day of the year, many including video or audio reports which can be viewed online.
The stories are arranged by years, by themes, by witness accounts and by the correspondents reporting the stories.Overview of India newspapers scenario India newspaper publication began in Calcutta in the 's and by there were several dozen publications in English, with the numbers increasing periodically.
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Users can read TOP 33+ India English News and daily newspapers with a single touch – NO TYPING REQUIRED! In addition to that user can read live news from various channels/5(42). The prominent English newspapers are The Times of India, founded in as The Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce by Bennett, Coleman and Co.
Ltd, a colonial enterprise now owned by an Indian conglomerate; The Times Group. This newspaper is also one of the highest circulating newspapers in the world. It ranks high in the most trusted brands in India. The other newspapers by the Times Group are Bangalore Mirror, Delhi Times, The Economic Times, Ei Samay, The Maharashtra Times, Mumbai mirror and others.