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Actors to give voice to anti-smoking ads

Bollywood stars will now be roped in to thwart smoking. The government has finalised a plan to run messages from protagonists of films in which they themselves indulge in the act of smoking.

From 2013, a single test for engineering entry

A common entrance test for engineering institutes in the country is set to become a reality from 2013.

Republic Day parade to feature film stars


A touch of glamour would be added to the next Republic Day Parade here, with the government deciding to parade actors and actresses along with the normal display of military might and cultural heritag

Filmstars to take part in R-Day parade

Apart from military might and display of cultural heritage of the country, glamour will also be an attraction at next year’s Republic Day parade.

No decision yet on common entrance

The proposed common national examination for science and engineering for Central institutes, scheduled for implementation from 2013, may be delayed as the IIT council meeting on Saturday ended without

I&B secy seeks rollback of spectrum fee hike

The Union information and broadcasting secretary has written to the telecom secretary seeking a rollback of its five fold increase in spectrum fee for community radio stations in the country.

Didi is not alone in channel queue

West Bengal chief minister and Trinamul Congress chief Mamata Banerjee a.k.a. Didi is not the only one who wants a dedicated channel to propagate her and party’s views.

Several UPA ministers too hav

Like Didi, Sibal, Pawar too want own channels

Mamata Banerjee is not the only senior politician who wants a dedicated television channel to propagate her views.

`1Kcr sought for propaganda war

The government has sought the highest ever allocation for its “content revolution” propaganda war against terrorists and extremists.

Rs 1,000cr for propaganda war against terror

The government has sought the highest ever allocation for its 'content revolution' propaganda war against terrorists and extremists.

The information and broadcasting ministry has proposed to spend a

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