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Naidu concerned over stereotypical portrayal of women

NEW DELHI: Information and broadcasting minster M Venkaiah Naidu expressed concern over the stereotypical portrayal of women in movies which led to increased objectification. The minister said media should play a greater role in informing women about their rights and Nari Shakti programmes should...

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Cricketers Star in 'Nayi Soch' ODI jerseys

MUMBAI: Star India, in association with the BCCI, has turned the spotlight on women once again with their new campaign. Called "Nayi Soch," the campaign sees Indian cricketers wearing their mother's names on their jerseys. It has struck a deep chord with all sections of society making several...

Television TV Channels Sports
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‘Ab Samjhauta Nahin’: Big B tells women in Blush's new video

After scoring gold with Dove’s ‘Change The Rhyme’ video, Culture Machine’s digital channel Blush has roped in Vivel as the sponsor for its latest video titled ‘Ab Samjhauta Nahin’ featuring Amitabh Bachchan. The video inspires women to say no to a life of compromise.

MAM Media and Advertising Ad Campaigns
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BBC Worldwide India: Women team makes fiction push

Keeping the viewers glued to their television screens on prime time to cheer for their favourite Jhalak stars with each new season of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, getting them riled up over the closer- to-home love stories in Dil Ko Phir Aaj Jeene Ki Tamanaa Hai, taking the nation aback with television's...

Television Production House Fiction
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Proposal to bring TV channels under law against indecent representation of women

NEW DELHI: Television channels are proposed to be brought under the ambit of the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act 1986.

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