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  2. MRT - Wikipedia

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    Manila Metro Rail Transit System, Philippines MRT Line 3 (Metro Manila) ... Midland Reporter-Telegram, a daily newspaper in Midland, Texas; See also

  3. Newspaper production process - Wikipedia

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    Each reporter works with a particular desk in the newsroom, some of these desks are: Metro desk, Sport desk, Business desk, Political desk, Education desk and others. News gathering and dissemination is paramount to every newspaper as this is the responsibility of the newspaper house to the people and this can determine their level of ...

  4. List of newspapers in Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    The Sun – Malaysia's free nationwide English-language tabloid newspaper; Malay. Berita Harian – Malaysia's nationwide Malaysia-language tabloid newspaper; Harakah – owned by Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) Harian Metro – Malaysia's largest and number one nationwide Malaysia-language tabloid newspaper; Kosmo!

  5. DMG Media - Wikipedia

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    Metro – an urban tabloid free newspaper distributed throughout many UK cities, Metro is the UK's third-largest print newspaper and is edited by Ted Young. Metro.co.uk – UK online newspaper with a daily circulation of 1.6 million. i newspaper – a British national morning paper distributed across the UK. Edited by Oliver Duff, it is aimed ...

  6. Journalists of The Wire - Wikipedia

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    Steven Luxenberg is the editor of the metro section and oversees other editors including Rebecca on Regional Affairs, Phelps on State Desk and Gus Haynes on City Desk. Luxenberg is a hands-on editor and likes to watch his writers as they work. His section lost its transportation reporter in the last round of buyouts.

  7. Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus - Wikipedia

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    Chennai Metro track above the station In June 2009, the Chennai City Police opened a "child-friendly centre" at the bus terminus to serve as a help booth for lost and wandering children and victims of child abuse.