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Vijay Singh is the new I&B additional secretary

NEW DELHI: India's Information and broadcasting ministry has got itself a new additional secretary (broadcasting) - Vijay Singh as Anil Baijal has been moved to Delhi Development Authority (DDA) from the ministry.

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Defence ministry moots 26% FDI cap for news channels

NEW DELHI: The ministry of defence, under minister George Fernandes, is understood to have suggested that foreign shareholding in a news channel should be capped at 26 per cent in a response to a Cabinet note on the news channels' uplinking circulated by the information and broadcasting ministry.

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Prasar Bharati chalks plans to push revenue

There is a big gap between running expenses of India's pubcasters Doordarshan and All India Radio and the revenue being generated by the organisation, according to information and broadcasting minister Sushma Swaraj.

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Swaraj still to garner consensus on CAS bill

Despite her comments to the contrary, consensus continues to elude I&B minister Sushma Swaraj on the passage of the Cable TV Regulation Amendment Bill 2002, which was again listed in the agenda of Rajya Sabha (the Upper House of the Indian Parliament) for today but failed to come up for...

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CAS bill debate not likely before next week

The Cable TV Regulation Amendment Bill 2002 was again listed in the agenda of Rajya Sabha (the Upper House of the Indian Parliament) for today as the third issue.

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