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  2. Daily Nation - Wikipedia

    The Daily Nation and its Sunday edition paper Sunday Nation had a market share of 53% in 2011. [5] [6] Their market share was 74% in 2013. [5] Their main competitor is The Standard , published by the Standard Group., [3] The Star published by the Radio Africa Group and People Daily published by MediaMax Limited.

  3. COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

    The virus was confirmed to have spread to Bangladesh in March 2020. The first three known cases were reported on 8 March 2020 by the country's epidemiology institute, IEDCR. Since then, the pandemic has spread day by day over the whole nation and the number of affected people has been increasing.

  4. Media coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic - Wikipedia

    Further information: COVID-19 pandemic in Sweden. The first case of COVID-19 was identified in Sweden on February 4, 2020. The most media coverage of Sweden occurred in early March. Sweden received a great deal of media attention because it was considered to be using its own plan, the 'Swedish Model' of herd immunity.

  5. Decline of newspapers - Wikipedia

    The decline of newspapers has been debated, as the industry has faced slumping ad sales, the loss of much classified advertising and precipitous drops in circulation. In recent years, newspapers' weekday circulation has fallen 7% and Sunday circulation 4% in the United States, their greatest declines since 2010.

  6. 2007 in Kenya - Wikipedia

    March 14–24 – Kenya participated the 2007 Cricket World Cup held in West Indies. Kenya won Canada but lost to New Zealand and England, failing to advance the top-8 stage. March 17 – Samuel Wanjiru set again new half marathon world record by running 58:35 in The Hague, Netherlands.

  7. 2010 Commonwealth Games - Wikipedia

    The organisation of 2010 Commonwealth Games was beset by delays: in January 2010, the Indian Olympic Association vice-chairman Raja Randhir Singh expressed concern that Delhi was not up to speed in forming and organising its games committee and, following a 2009 Indian Government report showing two-thirds of venues were behind schedule, Commonwealth Games Federation president Mike Fennell ...

  8. Pakistan–South Korea relations - Wikipedia–South_Korea...

    Pakistan–South Korea relations. Pakistan–South Korea relations refers to bilateral diplomatic relationship between Pakistan and South Korea. Since the 1980s, the relations between two Asian states have been improved and periodically enhanced. Pakistan has an embassy in Seoul, South Korea, and South Korea has an embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan.