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One of the messages read that the ACJ website had been hacked by Ayyildiz Tim, which, online searches suggested, is a Turkish hacker collective. While hacked, the ACJ website displayed a series of text messages. A basic Google Turkish-English translation suggested that one of the messages read, "My martyr sleeps comfortably Such is the kiss of the hands," was also a message posted on the ACJ homepage. A third message read, "One eliminate weapons
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It was founded in by the Indian Express group, offering only a print course. In , it was taken over by a not-for-profit trust founded by journalist and media entrepreneur, Sashi Kumar and was shifted to Chennai , in the same location as the old Hindu office on Wallajah Road , and renamed. For the first two years in Chennai it was headed by K Thomas Oommen. Auditorium[ edit ] One of the iconic addition to the institution's infrastructure is the M. Subbulakshmi Auditorium. Unique among the city's concert venues, the seater auditorium is an acoustically designed mic-free venue. The design allows no echo and delayed reflection of sound.
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Print Updated 7. In January , a former student approached the Internal Complaints Committee of the institution, complaining about an incident of sexual misconduct by faculty member Sadanand Menon in at Spaces, an arts foundation in the city. But the members refused to investigate the matter, the petitioners alleged in their statement. Sadanand Menon did not respond to Scroll.
Message in details Send In its bid to curb the spread of fake news and ensure high-quality journalism in India, Facebook on Thursday announced its first partnership in the country with Chennai-based Asian School of Journalism ACJ. Chennai: Part of the Facebook Journalism Project -- announced last year to develop high-quality journalism around the world -- the partnership will also establish a scholarship programme at ACJ. By partnering with ACJ, Facebook that has million users in India will be able to help train journalism students on fact-based and high integrity journalism in the digital age, the social media giant said in a statement.
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