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SRS Group to invest Rs 200 crore for 100 new screens

NEW DELHI: Despite the onslaught of growing movie channels on television, the craving for seeing a film on the big screen remains – but with new innovations like floor-to-ceiling screens and better sound systems. A strategic investment of Rs 200 crore is being put in by SRS Cinemas to build over...

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Prabhu Chawla’s National Voice channel to focus on investigative journalism

MUMBAI: Seeing a need to break-free from the journalism that is followed on news channels, Prabhu Chawla is all geared up to launch a news channel called National Voice. With the core focus on laying out the problems and solutions of UP, Bihar and Uttarakhand, he will also launch other channels for...

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Fukrey received well up North, even as YJHD goes strong at the BO

MUMBAI: The Excel Entertainment production Fukrey had its best opening weekend in Delhi and Punjab as there is a genuine connect with the audience up North, where it collected a third (Rs 2.60 crore in Delhi; Rs 70 lakh in Punjab) of its total weekend col

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I&B minister Manish Tewari's update on Phase II digitisation data

New Delhi: The level of cable television digitisation in 38 cities in 14 states and one union territory of Phase II has touched 89.8 per cent, including 28.33 per cent DTH homes as on 21 April, three weeks after analogue switch-off.

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Digitisation penetration reaches 90 per cent, says Varma

NEW DELHI: Three weeks after the switch-off of analogue signals in a majority of the 38 cities covered under Phase II, the level of digitisation has touched ninety per cent, according to information& broadcasting ministry secretary Uday Kumar Varma.

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