Sunday Mirror

'Sunday Mirror' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Hyundai Mobis Builds Camera System To Replace Vehicle Side Mirrors
    Written by IANS | Sunday July 21, 2019
    South Korea's largest auto parts maker Hyundai Mobis on Sunday said it has developed a camera monitoring system that will replace side-view mirrors in next-generation vehicles. With the advanced sensor technology, Hyundai Mobis has joined a couple of global future mobility developers and it aims to export the technology to carmakers, Yonhap news ag...
  • "Two Sides Of Mirror": Pak On US $300 Million Funding Cut Remark
    World News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 3, 2018
    Pakistan claimed Sunday that the USD 300 million aid the Pentagon has decided to scrap was not a military aid as the US owed this money to Islamabad for its support in the war on terror and was supposed to reimburse it.
  • British Paedophile Ring Abused 1,000 Children: Report
    World News | Reuters | Monday March 12, 2018
    Paedophiles in central England abused up to 1,000 girls, some as young as 11, over a four-decade period, the Sunday Mirror newspaper reported.
  • Woman's Mirror Selfie Is A Viral Optical Illusion. Do You See It?
    Offbeat | NDTV Offbeat Desk | Tuesday February 27, 2018
    On Sunday, Marisol Villanueva from Spain posted an innocent mirror selfie on Twitter. All she wanted to show was how she successfully paired two clashing patterns - vertical and horizontal stripes. But Twitter couldn't help but notice something strange happening in the photos.
  • Rahul Gandhi Says PM Modi Is Cricketer Who Bats Looking At Wicket-Keeper
    India News | Press Trust of India | Sunday February 11, 2018
    After his rear-view mirror drive jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday likened him to a cricketer who bats while looking at the wicket-keeper without knowing from where the ball is coming.
  • TVF Boss Arunabh Kumar Defends Himself After More Women Accuse Him Of Molestation
    India News | Written by Meghna Nijhawan | Tuesday March 14, 2017
    Arunabh Kumar, chief of online content company The Viral Fever, has defended himself against charges of sexual harassment, telling Mumbai Mirror that he's 'open to a police complaint.' On Sunday, a woman claiming to be a former employee at The Viral Fever shared an article on Medium. In her post, she alleged Arunabh Kumar molested her several times...
  • Ex-Sunday Mirror Journalist to be Charged with Phone-Hacking
    World News | Reuters | Wednesday October 15, 2014
    A former Sunday Mirror journalist is to be charged with hacking phones 13 years ago, prosecutors said on Thursday.
  • MTV Video Music Awards: Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift lead winners' list
    Entertainment | Chandni | Monday August 26, 2013
    A list of winners at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards, which aired live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
  • Cheryl Cole wants friends to pamper her on 30th birthday
    Entertainment | Alpan Saxena | Monday June 10, 2013
    Singer Cheryl Cole wants her friends to go "all out" to make her upcoming birthday really special.
  • A hacking case becomes a war of the tabloids
    Written by Reema | Tuesday June 5, 2012
    Rupert Murdoch phone hacking scandal: It was a classic tabloid scoop: a young woman's account of a two-year affair with the actor Ralph Fiennes, spiced up with racy details of what he liked to do and how he liked to do it. Three newspapers - The Sunday Mirror, The Mail on Sunday and News of the World - carried their versions of the tale on February...
  • Rio Ferdinand loses privacy case
    Written by Agence-France Presse | Friday September 30, 2011
    Manchester United defender and former England captain Rio Ferdinand on Thursday lost his High Court privacy action over a "kiss and tell" story in the Sunday Mirror newspaper.
  • A hacking case becomes a war of the tabloids
    Technology | Sarah Lyall and Don Van Natta Jr., The New York Times | Wednesday July 20, 2011
    Rupert Murdoch phone hacking scandal: It was a classic tabloid scoop: a young woman's account of a two-year affair with the actor Ralph Fiennes, spiced up with racy details of what he liked to do and how he liked to do it. Three newspapers - The Sunday Mirror, The Mail on Sunday and News of the World - carried their versions of the tale on February...

'Sunday Mirror' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Hyundai Mobis Builds Camera System To Replace Vehicle Side Mirrors
    Written by IANS | Sunday July 21, 2019
    South Korea's largest auto parts maker Hyundai Mobis on Sunday said it has developed a camera monitoring system that will replace side-view mirrors in next-generation vehicles. With the advanced sensor technology, Hyundai Mobis has joined a couple of global future mobility developers and it aims to export the technology to carmakers, Yonhap news ag...
  • "Two Sides Of Mirror": Pak On US $300 Million Funding Cut Remark
    World News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 3, 2018
    Pakistan claimed Sunday that the USD 300 million aid the Pentagon has decided to scrap was not a military aid as the US owed this money to Islamabad for its support in the war on terror and was supposed to reimburse it.
  • British Paedophile Ring Abused 1,000 Children: Report
    World News | Reuters | Monday March 12, 2018
    Paedophiles in central England abused up to 1,000 girls, some as young as 11, over a four-decade period, the Sunday Mirror newspaper reported.
  • Woman's Mirror Selfie Is A Viral Optical Illusion. Do You See It?
    Offbeat | NDTV Offbeat Desk | Tuesday February 27, 2018
    On Sunday, Marisol Villanueva from Spain posted an innocent mirror selfie on Twitter. All she wanted to show was how she successfully paired two clashing patterns - vertical and horizontal stripes. But Twitter couldn't help but notice something strange happening in the photos.
  • Rahul Gandhi Says PM Modi Is Cricketer Who Bats Looking At Wicket-Keeper
    India News | Press Trust of India | Sunday February 11, 2018
    After his rear-view mirror drive jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday likened him to a cricketer who bats while looking at the wicket-keeper without knowing from where the ball is coming.
  • TVF Boss Arunabh Kumar Defends Himself After More Women Accuse Him Of Molestation
    India News | Written by Meghna Nijhawan | Tuesday March 14, 2017
    Arunabh Kumar, chief of online content company The Viral Fever, has defended himself against charges of sexual harassment, telling Mumbai Mirror that he's 'open to a police complaint.' On Sunday, a woman claiming to be a former employee at The Viral Fever shared an article on Medium. In her post, she alleged Arunabh Kumar molested her several times...
  • Ex-Sunday Mirror Journalist to be Charged with Phone-Hacking
    World News | Reuters | Wednesday October 15, 2014
    A former Sunday Mirror journalist is to be charged with hacking phones 13 years ago, prosecutors said on Thursday.
  • MTV Video Music Awards: Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift lead winners' list
    Entertainment | Chandni | Monday August 26, 2013
    A list of winners at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards, which aired live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
  • Cheryl Cole wants friends to pamper her on 30th birthday
    Entertainment | Alpan Saxena | Monday June 10, 2013
    Singer Cheryl Cole wants her friends to go "all out" to make her upcoming birthday really special.
  • A hacking case becomes a war of the tabloids
    Written by Reema | Tuesday June 5, 2012
    Rupert Murdoch phone hacking scandal: It was a classic tabloid scoop: a young woman's account of a two-year affair with the actor Ralph Fiennes, spiced up with racy details of what he liked to do and how he liked to do it. Three newspapers - The Sunday Mirror, The Mail on Sunday and News of the World - carried their versions of the tale on February...
  • Rio Ferdinand loses privacy case
    Written by Agence-France Presse | Friday September 30, 2011
    Manchester United defender and former England captain Rio Ferdinand on Thursday lost his High Court privacy action over a "kiss and tell" story in the Sunday Mirror newspaper.
  • A hacking case becomes a war of the tabloids
    Technology | Sarah Lyall and Don Van Natta Jr., The New York Times | Wednesday July 20, 2011
    Rupert Murdoch phone hacking scandal: It was a classic tabloid scoop: a young woman's account of a two-year affair with the actor Ralph Fiennes, spiced up with racy details of what he liked to do and how he liked to do it. Three newspapers - The Sunday Mirror, The Mail on Sunday and News of the World - carried their versions of the tale on February...
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