Conditions of Acceptance of Advertisements

The following conditions govern the Publisher's dealings with all advertisements of any kind and in any format(referred to below as "adverts") submitted for publication in the Publisher's print/digital publications and/or websites. These conditions apply to each contract for the publication of an advert.

  • "The Publisher" means the proprietor of the publication and/or the website in which the advert appears. "The Advertiser" means the person, firm, company, organisation, or representative of any such party, who places an order with the Publisher for the insertion of an advert in any of the Publisher's print/digital publications dand/or websites.
  • The Advertiser warrants that
    • It has full power and authority to enter into a contract for the publication of an advert on these conditions and perform its obligations under all such conditions;
    • The advert (and any description of any goods, services or schemes featured in it) is accurate and not misleading, deceptive or fraudulent, and does not include or amount to any aggressive commercial practice or otherwise contravene the provisions of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 or the Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008;
    • the advert complies with all relevant laws, statutes, regulations and codes of practice applicable in the India, the European Union and any territory targeted by the advert, including the British Code of Advertising Practice currently in force and the codes, rulings, determinations and requirements of the Advertising Standards Authority;
    • the advert does not include, or provide access to, any promotion or advertisement of any activities, services or products of an unlawful or immoral nature, such as hate or abuse, mail fraud or spam, racism or discrimination of any manner, illegal substances, pornographic materials, pyramid schemes, betting and gambling, weaponry, and politically sensitive materials;
    • any advert offering credit or hire facilities complies with the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and all regulations made under it;
    • in respect of any advert offering financial products and/or investment services or advice, the Advertiser and the advert comply with the provisions of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and all regulations made under it, and will ensure that the advert does not suggest (including by implication) that the products, services or advice being advertised are promoted or endorsed by the Publisher;
    • the publication of an advert will not breach any contract or infringe any copyright, trademark, intellectual property right or other personal or proprietary right of any person;
    • if the advert contains information from which any living individual could be identified (for example, a person’s name or picture), the Advertiser has obtained that individual's consent to the submission and publication (and re-publication) of the advert by the Publisher, and their acceptance of these conditions; and
    • the advert is not defamatory, does not constitute contempt of court, complies where relevant with the Representation of the People Act 1983 and subsequent election law, and is decent, honest and truthful.
  • Advertisers placing adverts offering goods or services of a business, commercial or trade nature will be deemed "Trade Advertisers", and as such, must include their names in the advert. Trade Advertisers must make it clear they are selling goods in the course of business either by content, format, size or place of the advertisement, or by including words such as "trade","dealer", "agent", "wholesaler", "(T)" etc, in each adverts they submit for publication.
  • The Publisher will use reasonable endeavours to publish adverts on the day/date or days/dates specified by the Advertiser but insertion days/dates cannot be guaranteed. In particular, the Publisher reserves the right to delay publication of the advert in the event of any urgent or important news-related occurrences (such as terrorist attack, war, major disaster or other important news events).
  • The Publisher does not review any adverts submitted by any Advertiser before publication. In the event that the Publisher has reason to believe or becomes aware prior to publication that the contents of the advert is in breach of these conditions, the Publisher reserves the right to reject the advert, and in such a case, the advert will not be published and the Advertiser will remain liable to pay the Publisher's full charges.
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  • Carrying out technical and statistical analysis to measure the performance of our services and the Site.
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