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Government appoints new secretaries 29.8.2015 Asian Age: India
Senior IAS officer Sunil Arora was today appointed as the new secretary in the information and broadcasting ministry, succeeding Bimal Julka whose tenure ends on Monday. The appointment of Mr Arora, a 1980-batch IAS officer of Rajasthan cadre and presently secretary, ministry of skill development and entrepreneurship, comes at a time when the I&B ministry is in the midst of several important activities, including the e-auctions of phase III FM radio stations and phase III and IV of digitisation. Senior IAS officer Shaktikanta Das was appointed as the new economic affairs secretary, while Hasmukh Adhia will replace him as revenue secretary as part of a major top-level bureaucratic reshuffle by the government. These new names were approved on Friday by the Appointments Committee of Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Mr Das, a 1980-batch Tamil Nadu cadre officer, was holding the post of revenue secretary and will assume charge after the retirement of current economic affairs secretary Rajiv ...
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Government appoints new secretaries 29.8.2015 Asian Age: India
Senior IAS officer Sunil Arora was today appointed as the new secretary in the information and broadcasting ministry, succeeding Bimal Julka whose tenure ends on Monday. The appointment of Mr Arora, a 1980-batch IAS officer of Rajasthan cadre and presently secretary, ministry of skill development and entrepreneurship, comes at a time when the I&B ministry is in the midst of several important activities, including the e-auctions of phase III FM radio stations and phase III and IV of digitisation. Senior IAS officer Shaktikanta Das was appointed as the new economic affairs secretary, while Hasmukh Adhia will replace him as revenue secretary as part of a major top-level bureaucratic reshuffle by the government. These new names were approved on Friday by the Appointments Committee of Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Mr Das, a 1980-batch Tamil Nadu cadre officer, was holding the post of revenue secretary and will assume charge after the retirement of current economic affairs secretary Rajiv ...
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Sunil Arora appointed new I&B Ministry secretary 29.8.2015 www.indiantelevision.com
MUMBAI: The Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Ministry has found a new secretary in senior IAS officer Sunil Arora. He will be succeeding Bimal Julka whose tenure will end on Monday, 31 August, 2015.   Arora’s appointment comes at a time when the I&B Ministry is in the midst of several important activities including the Phase III FM radio e-auctions and digitisation of phase III and IV. Arora is a 1980 batch IAS officer of Rajasthan cadre and currently secretary Ministry of Skill Development and  Entrepreneurship.   Arora, earlier has also functioned as Air India ...
Sunil Arora new I&B secretary 28.8.2015 TOI: India
Sunil Arora new I&B secretary
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94 FM channels cumulative provisional winning price Rs 1147 crore 28.8.2015 ET: Media
At the close of the 25th day of bidding in the e-auctions for the first batch of channels under the Phase III of FM Radio expansion, 94 channels in 56 cities became provisional winning channels with cumulative provisional winning price of about Rs 1147 crore.
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Cumulative provisional winning price in e-auctions Rs 1143 crore 27.8.2015 ET: Media
In a statement released, the Union Information and Broadcasting Ministry said the aggregate reserve price of these channels was about Rs 459 crore.
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Varanasi crosses over Kolhapur to enter the Rs ten-crore club, even as the cumulative price perk up to Rs 1143 crore 27.8.2015 Radioandmusic.com
NEW DELHI: Even as Varanasi became the next city to enter the Rs 10 crore club, hope continued to centre around ten cities that have crossed the Rs six-crore in bids, even as the cumulative provisional winning price showed a marginal rise to Rs 1143 crore at the end of the 96th round on the twenty-fourth day in the e-auction for the first batch of FM Phase III cities. The number of provisional winning channels and cities remained the same as yesterday: 94 channels in 56 cities, but the total bids surpassed the cumulative reserve price by Rs 684.1 crore or 149.1 per cent against the aggregate reserve price of about Rs 459 crore. The cumulative provisional winning price has thus risen over the total reserve price of the first batch of 135 FM channels in 69 existing cities - Rs 550.18 crore – by Rs 592.8 crore or 107.7 per cent. While Varanasi marched into the Rs ten-crore club with Rs 10, 11, 61,589, Kolhapur was close behind with Rs 9, 44, 24,489. Though cities like Kanpur, Rajkot, Amritsar and Aurangabad ...
E-Auction of First Batch of Private FM Radio Phase III Channels Continues; 96 Rounds of Bidding Completed at the End of Day 24 27.8.2015 Govt of india: PIB
E-Auction of the First Batch of Private FM Radio Phase III Channels re-commenced today on 27th August 2015 at 09.30 AM and during the day, four rounds of bidding took place. Till now, 96 rounds of bidding are over.
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94 channels become provisional winning channels in 56 cities 26.8.2015 ET: Media
In a statement released here, the Union Information and Broadcasting Ministry said the aggregate reserve price of these channels was about Rs 459 crore.
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Day 23: Ten cities in FM Phase III inching towards Rs 10 crore mark 26.8.2015 www.indiantelevision.com
NEW DELHI: Around ten cities that have so far got bids of Rs 6 crore or more are expected to raise the cumulative winnings, going by indications on the twenty-third day in the e-auction for the first batch of FM Phase III cities. The cumulative provisional winning price showed a marginal rise to Rs 1139.3 crore at the end of the 92nd round.   The number of provisional winning channels and cities remained the same as yesterday: 94 channels in 56 cities, but the total bids surpassed the cumulative reserve price by Rs 680.5 crore or 148.3 per cent against the aggregate reserve price of about Rs 459 crore.   The cumulative provisional winning price has thus risen over the total reserve price of the first batch of 135 FM channels in 69 existing cities - Rs 550.18 crore – by Rs 589.2 crore or 107.1 per cent.    As per Information and Broadcasting Ministry sources, the e-auction will continue as long as bids are received for any of the 135 channels, including the 13 cities for which no bids have come.   The ...
FM Phase III: The cumulative price goes up by marginally to Rs 1139.3 crore 26.8.2015 Radioandmusic.com
NEW DELHI: Around ten cities that have so far got bids of Rs 6 crore or more are expected to raise the cumulative winnings, going by indications on the twenty-third day in the e-auction for the first batch of FM Phase III cities. The cumulative provisional winning price showed a marginal rise to Rs 1139.3 crore at the end of the 92nd round. The number of provisional winning channels and cities remained the same as yesterday: 94 channels in 56 cities, but the total bids surpassed the cumulative reserve price by Rs 680.5 crore or 148.3 per cent against the aggregate reserve price of about Rs 459 crore. The cumulative provisional winning price has thus risen over the total reserve price of the first batch of 135 FM channels in 69 existing cities - Rs 550.18 crore – by Rs 589.2 crore or 107.1 per cent. The e-auction will continue as long as bids are received for any of the 135 channels, including the 13 cities for which no bids have come. The Auction Activity Requirement rose to 100 per cent after the 59th ...
E-Auction of First Batch of Private FM Radio Phase III Channels Continues; 92 Rounds of Bidding Completed at the End of Day 23 26.8.2015 Govt of india: PIB
E-Auction of the First Batch of Private FM Radio Phase III Channels re-commenced today on 26th August 2015 at 09.30 AM and during the day, four rounds of bidding took place. Till now, 92 rounds of bidding are over.
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DU Student Union candidates to campaign on elections via community radio 26.8.2015 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: With an aim to increase the voting percentage and promote community radio, candidates of Delhi University Student Union will use the medium of radio, for addressing the student for the upcoming elections. The community radio is available on the frequency 90.4 and covers 10 kilometers of the radius. “Last year when the elections happened, only 50 per cent of the students voted and we aim to increase the number this time and make them aware of their rights given to them,” said Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) president Mohit Nagar. Candidates also intend to promote the medium to the students of the university. “Very few students listen to radio and they are not well versed with the latest happenings of the university, which is why we thought to air our speeches through radio and address the students,” he further added. The content is updated frequently by university students. The members of ABVP have not approached any other radio station for addressing the students and their main agenda ...
94 channels become provisional winning channels in FM auction 25.8.2015 ET: Media
94 channels in 56 cities became provisional winning channels with cumulative provisional winning price of about Rs 1136.6 crore.
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FM Phase III cumulative winning price is exclusive of the migration fee, says MIB official 25.8.2015 Radioandmusic.com
NEW DELHI: With no takers for thirteen cities, the hope for more bids shifted to cities, which have so far managed less than Rs 10 crore on the twenty-second day in the e-auction for the first batch of FM Phase III cities even as the cumulative provisional winning price showed a marginal rise to Rs 1136.6 crore at the end of the 88th round. The number of provisional winning channels and cities remained the same as yesterday: 94 channels in 56 cities, but the total bids surpassed the cumulative reserve price by Rs 677.7 crore or 147.7 per cent against the aggregate reserve price of about Rs 459 crore. The cumulative provisional winning price has thus risen over the total reserve price of the first batch of 135 FM channels in 69 existing cities - Rs 550.18 crore – by Rs 586.4 crore or 106.5 per cent. Information and Broadcasting Ministry officials told Radioandmusic.com today that the cumulative winning price is exclusive of the migration fee, which will take the total revenue even higher. The Auction ...
Day 22: Hope for more FM Phase III bids lie with under-Rs 10 crore cities 25.8.2015 www.indiantelevision.com
NEW DELHI: With no takers for thirteen cities, the hope for more bids shifted to cities, which have so far managed less than Rs 10 crore on the twenty-second day in the e-auction for the first batch of FM Phase III cities even as the cumulative provisional winning price showed a marginal rise to Rs 1136.6 crore at the end of the 88th round.   The number of provisional winning channels and cities remained the same as yesterday: 94 channels in 56 cities, but the total bids surpassed the cumulative reserve price by Rs 677.7 crore or 147.7 per cent against the aggregate reserve price of about Rs 459 crore.   The cumulative provisional winning price has thus risen over the total reserve price of the first batch of 135 FM channels in 69 existing cities - Rs 550.18 crore – by Rs 586.4 crore or 106.5 per cent. Information and Broadcasting Ministry sources told  Indiantelevision.com  today that the cumulative winning price is exclusive of the migration fee, which will take the total revenue even higher.   The ...
E-Auction of First Batch of Private FM Radio Phase III Channels Continues; 88 Rounds of Bidding Completed at the End of Day 22 25.8.2015 Govt of india: PIB
E-Auction of the First Batch of Private FM Radio Phase III Channels re-commenced today on 25th August 2015 at 09.30 AM and during the day, four rounds of bidding took place. Till now, 88 rounds of bidding are over.
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Radio Phase III auction: 94 channels become provisional winners 24.8.2015 ET: Media
So far, 17 cities have got provisional winning price for their channels more than 100 per cent above their respective reserve prices, the ministry said.
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FM Phase III: Provisional winning price of 17 cities is more than double their respective reserve prices 24.8.2015 Radioandmusic.com
NEW DELHI: With no takers for thirteen cities and bidding slowing down on the twenty-first day in the e-auction for the first batch of FM Phase III cities, the cumulative provisional winning price showed only a marginal rise to touch Rs 1134 crore at the end of the 84th round. The number of provisional winning channels and cities remained the same as Day 20: 94 channels in 56 cities, with the total bids surpassing the cumulative reserve price by Rs 675.22 crore or 147.1 per cent against the aggregate reserve price of about Rs 459 crore. The cumulative provisional winning price has risen over the total reserve price of the first batch of 135 FM channels in 69 existing cities - Rs 550.18 crore – by Rs 583.90 crore or 106.1 per cent.  The Auction Activity Requirement rose to 100 per cent after the 59th round on 14 August, after being 90 per cent after the 37th round on 7 August. So far, 17 cities have got provisional winning price for their channels more than 100 per cent above their respective reserve ...
Day 21: Bidders elude 13 cities in FM Phase III; winning price up marginally 24.8.2015 www.indiantelevision.com
NEW DELHI: With no takers for as many as 13 cities and bidding slowing down on the 21st day in the e-auction for the first batch of FM Phase III cities, the cumulative provisional winning price showed a marginal rise to touch Rs 1134 crore at the end of the 84th round.   Bids continued to elude 13 cities for the 21st day today with no takers for channels in Asansol, Gulbarga, Mangalore, Mysore, Puducherry, Rajahmundry, Siliguri, Tiruchy, Tirunveli, Tirupati, Tuticorin, Vijaywada and Warangal.   The number of provisional winning channels and cities remained the same as Friday (21 August), i.e.: 94 channels in 56 cities, with the total bids surpassing the cumulative reserve price by Rs 675.22 crore or 147.1 per cent against the aggregate reserve price of about Rs 459 crore.   The cumulative provisional winning price has thus risen over the total reserve price of the first batch of 135 FM channels in 69 existing cities - Rs 550.18 crore – by Rs 583.90 crore or 106.1 per cent.   The Auction Activity ...
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