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International Emmys judging: BAG Films' 'Siddhant' through to Finals

The Indian entertainment industry is looking at a brighter tomorrow as BAG Films' Siddhant has qualified in the drama category for the final of the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' 34th International Emmy Awards.

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As Star News turns 1, innovation the buzzward

NEW DELHI: For the new Star News director of news and editor Uday Shankar, the channel can almost run on an autopilot with its format and beliefs. It can also continue to be "not No. 1" as long as its "credibility" is high.

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Star News to launch 'Poll Khol' on 1 April

MUMBAI: Star News is all set to launch its thirty minutes of uncensored, unrestricted, unadulterated & unique style of political analysis with the King of Satire - Shekhar Suman in its brand new Political Satire show - Poll Khol. The show premieres on the 1st of April 2004 at 10.30 PM.

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Uday Shankar takes charge as editor of Star News

Former TV Today Television Network news director Uday Shankar had his first day at the office today as he formally took charge as editor and director of news at Star News.

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Ready to formulate news coverage 'guidelines', IBF members assure govt.

NEW DELHI: After surrogate advertising and 'offensive' music videos on television channels, it's the turn of news channels to feel the heat from the government.

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