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Election Manna (Cached) 26.4.2014 Outlook Business
389 news channels and 815 million voters is an irresistible combination for political parties — and broadcasters and outdoor media firms are only too happy
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EC launches voter awareness campaign with RED FM (Cached) 19.4.2014 New Kerala: India News
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Radio is the real winner in 2014 Lok Sabha polls 19.4.2014 Latest News
Whenever there is a power cut in his area, Suresh Munda, 26, and his friends assemble under the village's banyan tree to kill time. One of their favourite pastimes is to tune into FM radio channels on their basic mobile phones and listen intently to ...
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Radio Namaskar gets General Election candidates to talk on radio (Cached) 15.4.2014 Radioandmusic.com

MUMBAI: Based on the understanding of Panchayat and Municipal election, Konark based Community Radio Station (CRS) Radio Namaskar has figured out a smart way to get voters engaged with their General Election candidates in their constituencies.

On highway & byway, it’s Sonia all the way (Cached) 13.4.2014 Asian Age: India
The iconic Naresh hotel on the Lucknow-Rae Bareli national highway NH-24B has seen several elections. The hotel has split into Naresh Sweets and Dinesh hotel but some things about it have not changed. It still remains a compulsory stopover for every visitor to Rae Bareli and the pulse of the entire constituency can be felt from here. “Hotel badal gaya, magar haalaat nahin badle. Aaj bhi yahan din bhar chunav ki charcha hoti hai and Rae Bareli ka dil yahan dhadakta hai,” says Ranveer Srivastava, a retired employee of the ITI (Indian Telephone Industries) that flourished here during the Indira Gandhi regime. Dipping his butter-toast into a cup of steaming tea, he says, “Nothing will change here because emotions for the Gandhi family run high. People were angry earlier because no development was taking place but now that Mrs Sonia Gandhi has brought the rail coach factory, water treatment plant, FM radio station and also a railway line between Rae Bareli and Faizabad. These projects are opening up job ...
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On highway & byway, it’s Sonia all the way (Cached) 13.4.2014 Asian Age: India
The iconic Naresh hotel on the Lucknow-Rae Bareli national highway NH-24B has seen several elections. The hotel has split into Naresh Sweets and Dinesh hotel but some things about it have not changed. It still remains a compulsory stopover for every visitor to Rae Bareli and the pulse of the entire constituency can be felt from here. “Hotel badal gaya, magar haalaat nahin badle. Aaj bhi yahan din bhar chunav ki charcha hoti hai and Rae Bareli ka dil yahan dhadakta hai,” says Ranveer Srivastava, a retired employee of the ITI (Indian Telephone Industries) that flourished here during the Indira Gandhi regime. Dipping his butter-toast into a cup of steaming tea, he says, “Nothing will change here because emotions for the Gandhi family run high. People were angry earlier because no development was taking place but now that Mrs Sonia Gandhi has brought the rail coach factory, water treatment plant, FM radio station and also a railway line between Rae Bareli and Faizabad. These projects are opening up job ...
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Keeping Updated while Away from Shore 12.4.2014 newindianexpress.com
Fishermen in Pallithottam are amused to see the black and blue box which M Ambrose is carrying these days to the fishing boat and back.
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Going Gaga Over Radio (Cached) 12.4.2014 Outlook Business
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Why Entertainment Network India’s Radio Mirchi is profitable when other FM radio companies are still struggling
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Kochadaiiyaan comes to theatres on May 9 11.4.2014 Hindu: News
Countdown Begins; ‘Superstar’ himself has dubbed for the film’s Hindi version, says director Soundarya Rajinikanth
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MUST Radio plans four new shows for May and June (Cached) 10.4.2014 Radioandmusic.com

MUMBAI: In the span of two months, Mumbai University's Community Radio (CR) station- MUST Radio will unveil four new programmes. The production of the shows is on and will be out in the month of May and June.

Multiple roles 10.4.2014 Hindu: News
Well known for the signature tune of the All India Radio’s FM channel and Amul India, Shibani Kashyap has paired up with Mika Singh for the first time for a Punjabi track. “Soneya”. Her songs like...
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AAP candidate campaigns online for funds 10.4.2014 Hindu: Coimbatore
Aam Aadmi Party’s Coimbatore candidate Pon Chandran has sought donations on Facebook to run his campaign. He made the appeal after making sure his candidature was accepted. On his Facebook wall, h...
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Battle 2014: Reaching out through the radio (Cached) 9.4.2014 NDTV National
With a staggering 814 million people entitled to vote this general election, political parties are experimenting with different types of media to reach out to voters. While door-to-door campaigning wa...
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Tatas rev up vote drive 9.4.2014 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Faced with the 2009 embarrassment of less-than-half voter turnout in two urban Assembly segments of Jamshedpur Lok Sabha seat ' the rest four being a semi-rural and rural mix ' Corporate Inc is nudging people firmly to cast their franchise on April 17.
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Tamil Nadu poll snippets: Why not we? 9.4.2014 Hindu: News
Political leaders contesting from the southern districts vie with each other to get the support of expelled DMK leader M.K. Alagiri to improve their prospects in the Lok Sabha polls. When asked, w...
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STAR blitz in cable row (Cached) 7.4.2014 Telegraph: Calcutta
STAR Sports has launched an ad blitzkrieg to convince sports fans that it was not to blame for its channels going off the air in over three lakh homes serviced by multi-system operator (MSO) Hathway.
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When Dhoni had the last laugh 5.4.2014 Deccan Herald - Sports
How easy it is to explain away your prophecies in politics and cricket! If proved right you can have a triumphant didnt-I-say-so look and when proved wrong you can still justify your stand attributing the unexpected turn of events to luck and providence. At the half-way stage in Fridays second semi-final of the World Twenty20, experts on FM radio stations had charge-sheeted India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni for his omissions and commissions in the field. Some had written the match off for India and some played safe saying his bizarre moves gave South Africa 50-50 chance! Eventually, India cantered to a six-wicket victory with almost one over to spare. One worthy accused Dhoni of playing favourites by including his Chennai Super Kings medium-pacer teammate Mohit Sharma in place of "incomparable" Mohammed Shami. Another pundit was sore with the captain for not bringing Shikhar Dhawan back and for ignoring the X-factor in the southpaw. They also wondered why Dhoni hadnt bowled Ravichandran Ashwin with the ...
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When MS Dhoni had the last laugh (Cached) 5.4.2014 DNA: India
How easy it is to explain away your prophecies in politics and cricket! If proved right you can have a triumphant didn't-I-say-so look and when proved wrong you can still justify your stand attributing the unexpected turn of events to luck and providence. At the half-way stage in Friday's second semi-final of the World Twenty20, experts on FM radio stations had charge-sheeted India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni for his omissions and commissions in the field. Some had written the match off for India and some played safe saying his bizarre moves gave South Africa 50-50 chance! Eventually, India cantered to a six-wicket victory with almost one over to spare. One worthy accused Dhoni of playing favourites by including his Chennai Super Kings medium-pacer teammate Mohit Sharma in place of "incomparable" Mohammed Shami. Another pundit was sore with the captain for not bringing Shikhar Dhawan back and for ignoring the X-factor in the southpaw. They also wondered why Dhoni hadn't bowled Ravichandran Ashwin with ...
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EC wants voters to pledge to vote 'ethically' (Cached) 5.4.2014 TOI: Home
When you press the EVM button to choose your preferred candidate in these polls, staring at you from the opposite wall of the voting compartment will be the National Voter's Day (NVD) pledge, reminding you to vote "ethically".
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Voters deluged with radio spots, TV ads 4.4.2014 deccanherald.com
If the Congress took the lead by unleashing a radio and TV blitzkrieg on the issue of development over the past 10 years, the BJP shot back with its own anti-corruption campaign on the airwaves, which all the parties want to dominate ahead of the April 10 Lok Sabha polls in Delhi. The AAP too is relying on FM radio spots to deliver to people its leader Arvind Kejriwal's message on the "good" performance of the party-led government in Delhi. In the AAP's Hindi radio spots, Kejriwal describes his 49-day Delhi government as the best in the country and recounts its achievements. He claims that during his tenure as chief minister, the police had stopped taking bribes and corruption had gone down. The TV ads of the Congress — carefully slotted in commercial breaks of soaps — have been focusing on houses for the urban poor and ample potable water supply. The "No jhagada" catchline of one of the initial ads highlights the improved living conditions in slums, due to the elimination of fights between ...
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