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IMC meet stresses need for openness between media and police

MUMBAI: One of the ways in which the image of the Mumbai police force can be improved is: if there is more openness and trust between them and the media. That was one of the points that came out during an interactive meet Media and The Police, organised by the Indian Merchants Chamber (IMC).

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IMC meet stresses need for openness between media and police

MUMBAI: One of the ways in which the image of the Mumbai police force can be improved is: if there is more openness and trust between them and the media. That was one of the points that came out during an interactive meet Media and The Police, organised by the Indian Merchants Chamber (IMC).

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"Tarun and I should have been at loggerheads" : Deepak Segal Star India VP-content and communications

Deepak Segal had films in his blood but hated watching them as a kid. Aeroplanes is what excited him. Segal is a walking encylopeadia on aircraft. Be it World War II planes or the recently retired Concorde, he has all you want to know about planes down pat.

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Celebrate Bollywood's strengths: Mahesh Bhatt

Focus on the strengths of India's film industry rather than aping the west. That was the main theme of the session - The New Aesthetics of Popular Cinema - on the second and final day of Frames 2002. Mahesh Bhatt chaired the session devoted to film making that included big names from showbiz...

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"A director should understand sensitive situations without being prejudiced or judgmental " : 'Saaya' director Sanjay Upadhyay

He forayed into television with Kavita Chaudhary's path breaking Udaan. Sanjay Upadhyay's career flight, which took off with directing Saaya, Aatish, Tum Pukar Lo and Hum Pardesi Ho Gaye, among others, hit a trough with the recession in the television industry.

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