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Libel case may not be the end: Everything you need to know about the Depp-Heard toxic love affair
The libel case against a British tabloid is wrapping up after three weeks of court hearing.
Amber Heard admits striking Johnny Depp for the first time in March 2015 to defend her sister Whitney
The actress accused Depp of trying to t...
Johnny Depp reveals the time when he knew his marriage with Amber Heard ended
The actor was concluding almost four days of evidence in his li...
Johnny Depp calls his relationship with Amber Heard 'a crime scene waiting to happen'
Heard is attending the three-week trial, and is expected to give evidence later.
Johnny Depp's former lovers come to his defence, say actor was never violent or abusive
The actor had filed a libel suit against British newspaper The Sun that referred to Depp as a 'wife -beater'.
Legendary newspaper editor Harold Evans dies aged 92
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, himself a former journalist and columnist, called him "a true pioneer of investigative journalism", as others praised his fearless approach. The head of the Society of Editors, Ian Murray, called him a "giant" and "a true champion of a free press and holding the powerful to account."
Johnny Depp accuses ex-wife Amber Heard of lying in libel action against UK tabloid
The actor's team also said Heard had begun an affair with Tesla boss Elon Musk in early 2015.
Johnny Depp denies hitting Amber Heard, calls ex-wife 'sociopathic, narcissistic and emotionally dishonest'
Depp is suing The Sun's publisher over an April 2018 article that said he had physically abused Heard.
'A 15-year-old influencer can now reach as many people as a newspaper but with none of the responsibility'
Harris, a former Google executive and currently president of the Center for Humane Technology, tells Rohit Saran and Neelam Raaj that he hopes the documentary will be a much-needed pause button that will give us time to think before we mindlessly click
French regulator orders Google pay copyright fees to media groups
The agency said it "requires Google, within three months, to conduct negotiations in good faith with publishers and news agencies on the remuneration for the re-use of their protected contents". "This injunction requires that the negotiations effectively result in a proposal for remuneration from Google" that must be applied retroactively to October 2019, when France became the first country to ratify the EU law.
FDI cap in digital news meant to check Chinese, other foreign influence, says I&B official
Government officials said the clarification will help in developing “an improved regulatory framework for digital news sites” and address the present lack of regulatory oversight over digital media news entities under the FDI policy.
Walmart looking at up to $25 billion investment in Tata Group's super app
The super app, which is scheduled to be launched in India in December or January, will bring together Tata's consumer business under one channel offering a wide range of products in the retail space, Mint said. Tata's consumer businesses include watch and jewellery brand Titan and fashion retail chain Trent.
UK High Court judge rules against Meghan in parts of tabloid privacy breach case
In a summary of his judgement on the application, judge Mark Warby ruled in the paper's favour.
Yes Bank takes possession of Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group's headquarters in Mumbai
In a public notice, Yes Bank said it has issued notice to Reliance Infrastructure under the SARFAESI Act to recover its dues and after the company failed to repay the debt, it has issued the possession notice and warned public from dealing with these properties.
News of Chinese lab creating 'anthrax-like pathogens' in Pakistan 'fake': Foreign Office
The Wuhan Institute of Virology has drawn the international spotlight in recent months because the novel coronavirus is thought to have originated in Wuhan.