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Communication is critical tool to ensure last mile connectivity: Naidu

NEW DELHI: Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said today that the Government had placed communication as a critical cog in the wheel of change and it had been woven into a policy matrix which aims at maximum governance, minimum government.

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Around Rs seven lakh spent on DD India in 2015-16: Rathore

While saying that no deadline had been fixed for restructuring Prasar Bharati, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore said Rs 6.46 lakh was allotted in the year 2015-16 for programming of DD India which was used for normal production activities.

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Digital & print media ad policy aimed at transparency, accountability: Naidu

Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today said a Digital Media & New Print Media Advertisement policy was framed recently to promote transparency and accountability in issuing of advertisements.

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Centenary Film Festival to feature retro of Ray

MUMBAI: A screening of the silent film ‘Throw of Dice‘ to the accompaniment of live music orchestra by maestro Nishat Khan will mark the opening of a special festival being held next week to mark the centenary of Indian cinema.

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Local organizations or states cannot ban film certified by CBFC, Tewari

NEW DELHI: The central government reiterated in Parliament today that a local organization cannot ban a film if it has a problem with the content of that film and has to approach the Central Board for Film Certification in redressal.

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