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Jagran Group buys company that owns Radio City 17.12.2014 ET: Media
The fund that bought Music Broadcast Pvt Ltd in 2007 from Star Group has made at least four times returns on investments by selling it to one of the largest media houses.
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Jagran to acquire FM radio firm Radio City 16.12.2014 HBL: Home

Jagran Prakashan (JPL) is set to venture into the radio broadcasting space by acquiring Music Broadcast Pvt. Ltd (MBPL), which runs Radio City FM across seven states. The JPL board has agre...

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Jingle controversy: Have asked AAP to help us if they know the identity of woman, says Bassi 16.12.2014 Zee News : States
Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi on Tuesday said that they have asked the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to help them identify the women, who is heard in the controversial jingle advertisement.
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Radio stations take AAP jingle off air after Delhi police request 15.12.2014 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: The Delhi Police has asked FM radio stations in the country's capital to stop playing an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) jingle, which they say is slandering the force. The woman featured in the radio jingle is heard saying that she was a victim of eve-teasing while on her way home. She then claims that she approaches a police station to file a complaint, but the officers at the station only question her about the incident. The woman eventually decides to leave the station without filing the complaint. It also goes on to encourage people to bring back AAP leader, Arvind Kejriwal to Delhi. "He will ensure that the city is a safer place for women and no such incidents will happen," it states. Radio stations in Delhi have complied with the police request and stopped airing the jingle since Friday, 12 December. Furthermore, the stations have been told by police to get a clearance on jingles like these before playing them on air in the future. A senior police officer has apparently confirmed the reports, ...
Delhi Cops ask FM stations to stop playing AAP jingle 14.12.2014 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
Delhi Police have asked FM radio channels in the national capital to stop playing an Aam Aadmi Party jingle which according to them is defaming the ...
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When AAP's radio ad irked Delhi police 14.12.2014 Rediff: News
Delhi police have asked FM radio channels in the national capital to stop playing an Aam Aadmi Party jingle which according to them is defaming the force.
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Delhi police ask radio station to stop playing AAP jingle 14.12.2014 TOI: Cities
Delhi Police have asked FM radio channels in the national capital to stop playing an Aam Aadmi Party jingle which according to them is defaming the ...
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Delhi Police asks radio station to stop playing AAP jingle 14.12.2014 Zee News : States
 Delhi Police have asked FM radio channels in the national capital to stop playing an Aam Aadmi Party jingle which according to them is defaming the force.
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Activists slam railway plan to levy cess for medical rooms 14.12.2014 Mumbai News, News in Mumbai, Mumbai City News | Cities News - Times of India
The railways’ decision to levy a Golden Hour cess to set up emergency medical rooms at 15 stations on Mumbai’s suburban system has drawn flak from commuters’ ...
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Radio Benziger anniversary tomorrow 13.12.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Radio Benziger anniversary tomorrow
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Fellowships on decentralized planning 13.12.2014 thehoot.org
Applications are invited from journalists to work in Madhya Pradesh and Odisha for a Media Fellowship Programme on Decentralized Planning.
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Gunmen kill policeman, wound two others in Kenya 12.12.2014 New Kerala: World News
Nairobi, Dec 12 : A policeman was killed and two others injured when gunmen opened fire in the region of Kilifi on the Kenyan coast, authorities said Friday.
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Gunmen kill policeman, wound two others in Kenya 12.12.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Nairobi, Dec 12 (IANS/EFE) A policeman was killed and two others injured when gunmen opened fire in the region of Kilifi on the Kenyan coast, authorities said Friday.
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Sadhvi Jyoti to Sakshi Maharaj: Is PM Modi losing his grip over the Sangh? 12.12.2014 FirstPost: Politics

Doesn’t Modi realise the danger of reneging on his promise of good governance and development? Hasn’t he learned from the fate of Advani whose dream was shattered because he was inextricably linked to the BJP’s communal agenda that made him unacceptable to a large section of voters?

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All India Radio reaches about 92 per cent of area and 99 per cent of population 11.12.2014 Radioandmusic.com
NEW DELHI: A survey by All India Radio has found that present Day Time (MW+FM) AIR coverage is about 92  per cent by area and 99.2 per cent by population, of which FM AIR coverage is only about 32 per cent by area and 44.5 per cent by population. Prasar Bharati sources told Radioandmusic.com that All India Radio Broadcasting Stations are currently functional at 414 locations throughout the country.  As far as AIR is concerned, 231 more transmitters (115 Continuing Scheme + 116 New Scheme) under 12th Plan are being established in the country, including in rural areas. Reception surveys and subjective listening surveys for all AIR transmitters are being carried out from time to time to ascertain technical quality and coverage areas of programme being received. However, 21 radio channels of AIR are available on Doordarshan's DTH platform in Ku-band (DD Freedish) and can be received throughout the country, including uncovered areas.   According to the previous survey carried out by AIR, the national average ...
Thirty-two GOPA licencees still to operationalise their community radio stations: Rathore 10.12.2014 Radioandmusic.com
NEW DELHI: Thirty two of the 211 organizations which have signed the Grant of Permission Agreement (GOPA) have yet to operationalise their stations, the Parliament has been informed. These 211 organisations are out of the 398, which have been issued letters of intent (LOI), for starting community radios, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore said in reply to a question. He said the GOPA is signed after getting the frequency allocation and Standing Advisory Committee for Frequency Allocation (SACFA) clearances from the Wireless Planning and Coordination (WPC) Wing of Ministry of Communication & Information Technology. Under the policy guidelines for setting up of Community Radio Stations in India, GOPA holders are required to set up and operationalise the station within three months of signing of GOPA, subject to receipt of Wireless Operating Licence (WOL) from the WPC Wing. Besides obtaining WOL, permission holders are also required to mobilise financial and other ...
Common Man to be the Focus of AAP Radio Campaign 7.12.2014 newindianexpress.com
Moving away from the way it conducts its campaign on FM radio, the Aam Aadmi Party has decided to project the common man and issues related to him, instead of focussing on party chief Arvind Kejriwal.
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Delhi polls: Common man to be the focus of AAP’s radio campaign 7.12.2014 FirstPost: New Delhi

Moving away from the way it conducts its campaign on FM radio, the Aam Aadmi Party has decided to project the common man and issues related to him, instead of focussing on party chief Arvind Kejriwal.

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DU University attempting to understand Community Radio through research 3.12.2014 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: Very rarely do Community Radio Stations in India get the privilege to become part of a research. Fortunately, Delhi University (DU) has made this possible. The varsity students are collecting information to develop a module that will help understand the Community Radio Stations (CRS) in India and around the world in a better way. The project was initiated in August after Professor Saleem Mir with six DU students were curious to understand more about the community radio. Mir stated, "We were very keen on understanding the working of community radio, so I sent my students because they were interested in understanding media.  Then the whole idea to carry out a research and develop a module around it conceptualised." During the course of the study, it became evident that very little research is carried out on CRSs in India, and that they should collect enough field data before starting a module. There were also some students who worked with CRSs as volunteers to understand more about the station. "We ...
Talk show with Kejriwal on FM 3.12.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Talk show with Kejriwal on FM
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