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Steps to encourage ease of doing film business under way

NEW DELHI: Information and broadcasting secretary Ajay Mittal has said the Ministry has initiated a series of measures to promote ease of doing business and reiterated government's commitment to work closely with the film industry.

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Oscar-winning 'Danish Girl' unsuitable for TV despite theatrical release, Sony expresses regret

NEW DELHI / MUMBAI: The Oscar-winning Hollywood film The Danish Girl, which had been released in theatres in the country in January 2016 with an ‘Adults only’ certificate and no cut, has been denied its television premiere in India on Sony Le PLEX HD channel. A Central Bureau of Film Certification...

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No middlemen in film certification process anymore

NEW DELHI: The Indian Government has said that it has obviated the role for intermediaries/ agents in the existing as well as new online certification system. Minister of state for information and broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore has told the Parliament that the online system is user-friendly, and...

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Govt defends UA certificate to 'Jungle Book' (3D)

NEW DELHI: Even as it is still studying the recommendations of the Shyam Benegal Committee on film certification, the Government has justified the U/A certification to the English film “Jungle Book” (3D).

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HC asks ministry to exempt controversial film for IFFK

The Kerala High Court has asked the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to grant exemption to the film "Ka Bodyscapes" in a week’s time.

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