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Discovery Channel to premier Breaking Point: Indian Air Force Academy starting 4th June at 9 PM

Discovery Channel, India’s leading destination for factual entertainment, is launching a special series on the Air Force Academy as a part of its extremely popular Breaking Point franchise. The new series gives a never seen before look into the training imparted at India’s premier Air Force...

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India Today group to host 2nd edition of india today conclave south in hyderabad

After the mega success of the first edition, the India Today Group will host the 2nd Edition of India Today Conclave South 2018 in Hyderabad, on 18th and 19th January. Chief Ministers, political leaders, movie stars, artists, business tycoons, thought leaders and news makers from the south will...

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Pro Kabaddi 5 hikes prize money by Rs 20 mn

MUMBAI: The stakes for Vivo Pro Kabaddi Season 5 got even higher, with announcement of a consolidated sum of Rs 80 mn as the coveted prize money for the season, which commences on 28 July, 2017, in Hyderabad. This marks a significant and unprecedented increment from Rs 20 mn, which was the prize...

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Is DAS III optional in AP, Telangana? HC seeks Govt answer by 31 Jan

MUMBAI: A high court division bench has directed the Centre to respond to a PIL questioning the coercive manner in which the authorities were trying to bring in digital transmission of television programmes. Posting the case to 31 January, the bench has directed Central Government to clarify the...

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'Risk' in FM stations airing news, apprehends Prasar head

MUMBAI: Prasar Bharati chairman A Surya Prakash has said permitting private FM stations to air news might have security implications and that the government needed to keep that in mind if it were to give them the nod. From the democracy perspective, the idea of permitting them looked ‘very simple’...

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