Tuesday, 18 December, 2018

Topic: All India Radio

File image of Narenda Modi | @MannKiBaat_PMO/Twitter

Govt has big plans for golden jubilee edition of PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat

The 50th episode of PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat radio programme will be peppered with success stories, features and interviews highlighting its positive impact.
All India Radio broadcasting house | Twitter

Here’s why AIR bid to check Pakistan’s radio propaganda in Punjab is doomed to fail

Certain key parameters have been compromised to rush its inauguration ahead of 2019, when it is likely to be projected as an achievement of the Modi govt.
Doordarshan (DD) and All India Radio |

Modi govt may turn DD and AIR into public sector firms, disband Prasar Bharati

Move raises concerns of increased state interference. Centre to cite Prasar Bharati’s ‘inefficiency’ as the reason for its dissolution.
Archana Kapoor at Democracy Wall, Mumbai | theprint.in

Only 217 community radio stations in India. Government does not want to empower its people: activist Archana Kapoor

Speaking at Democracy Wall, Kapoor, also a filmmaker, says the biggest challenge to the growth of community radio is the administration itself.
All India Radio

With an eye on 2019, AIR launches programme to promote Modi and his schemes

The talk show, ‘Jan Seva Samvad’, is set to feature ministers and legislators. I&B minister Smriti Irani was the first guest, and showered praise on the PM.
School children carrying Indian flags

In 2018, Team Modi plans to unleash uber-nationalism on your television & radio

The Modi government is planning a media campaign on television, radio and other platforms to promote 'national integration', and is roping in private companies as well.
Foreign investment has transformed China

A little humility from the Communist Party will serve China well

By taking all the credit for the country’s stunning economic rise, the Communist Party is threatening its continued prosperity.
madhya pradesh

MP push for 70% industry jobs to locals: Valid regionalism or is Congress the new Shiv Sena?

Kamal Nath, on his first day as Madhya Pradesh chief minister, announced incentives for industries that hire 70 per cent local workers. When questioned about th...