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Educational institutions to have own radio stations

India's Union Cabinet yesterday approved a proposal to allow universities, technical institutes like the Indian Institutes of Technology and the business management schools like the Indian Institutes of Management to set up their own FM radio stations.

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Creation of good content vital with advent of new media: Rathore

NEW DELHI: Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting, Col. Rajyavardhan Rathore said today that the challenge as well as the opportunity would be to develop content and services for different platforms and consumers in view of the rapid changes in the information and communication...

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Artistic creativity shouldn't get curtailed while certifying films: Jaitley

NEW DELHI: Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley today said artistic creativity and freedom should not get curtailed while certifying feature films or documentaries.   At the same time, he noted that there is a mechanism in most countries of the world for certifying films and...

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Government's e-calendar 2016 gives link to AIR, DD News

NEW DELHI: Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley said conventional technology did not lose its importance despite the latest trends in technology.  

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DD Freedish set to beam up to 250 channels under 12th Plan

NEW DELHI: Doordarshan’s free-to-air (FTA) direct-to-home (DTH) Freedish, which currently has only 64 slots for television channels and is expected to go up to 112 by March-end, has received a shot in the arm for upgradation to 250 TV channels under the 12th Plan. Information and Broadcasting...

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