The channel is owned by Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox Asian subsidiary network, STAR TV, and Fox International Channels. In 1994, the channel was started as Golden Eagle Communication by Ethiraj and Nandagopal Mudhaliar, which was later changed to Vijay TV after it was acquired by Vijay Mallya within a year. Before acquisition by Rupert Murdoch in 2001 it was owned by UTV Software Communications.
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A 53-year-old man suspected of abandoning the body of a female university student in his apartment in Sapporo, Hokkaido, has told police she asked him to kill her, investigative sources said Thursday ... A police officer stands guard near the home of Isamu Ono on Oct. 10, 2020, in Sapporo, northern Japan.
A 53-year-old man was arrested Monday on suspicion of abandoning the body of a female university student at his home in Sapporo, Hokkaido, over the weekend ... A police officer stands guard near the home of Isamu Ono on Oct. 10, 2020, in Sapporo, northern Japan. (Kyodo) ... 3 ... ....
... in the northern city of Sapporo "as a corresponding measure to Russia's actions.". "The Japanese government declared one consul from the Russian consulate general's office in Sapporo persona non grata, and demanded that the person leave Japan in six days, which is to say by Oct.
Among those firms is foreign-affiliated Axa Life Insurance Co., which set up its Sapporo main office in 2014. Axa considered areas not prone to earthquakes when it chose Sapporo out of 65 cities throughout the country, so that the new office can handle contracts, payments and other processes vital to business continuity.
Students at Tokai University's Sapporo Campus cut bushes in Minamisawa SwanPark in June ... According to EnVision ConservationOffice, a nonprofit organization for wildlife conservation based in Sapporo, bear appearances on former farmland in Sapporo's Minami Ward fell from 44 in fiscal 2019 to almost zero after fruit trees were cut down.
In March, the Sapporo District Court ordered the Hokkaido authorities to pay compensation to the two residents who had separately filed lawsuits over an incident three years ago in which they were removed and harassed by police officers while heckling Abe, then prime minister, during his election campaign speech in Sapporo.