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PM's speech: No sign language leaves disabled kids disappointed

NEW DELHI: For the hearing impaired children it was a huge disappointment. There was no sign language interpretation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech on Teacher's Day. The disability sector activists said it was wrong to cancel sign language ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Stop appointing officers: Prasar Bharti CEO to govt

Days after a reshuffle in the top echelons of state-run media, Prasar Bharati (PB) chief Jawahar Sircar has asked the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to leave the job of appointing officers of Doordarshan (DD) and All India Radio (AIR) to the board of ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
DNA India

Prasar Bharati rubbishes reports of sacking RJs aged above 35

Prasar Bharati today rubbished reports of sacking radio jockeys aged above 35, and said it was planning to conduct voice modulation tests. According to the organization, the review panel of PrasarBharati has decided to subject the radio jockeys to a skill ...
 Sify1 month ago

IIS rules amended for a principal DG position in all media units of I&B Ministry

NEW DELHI: Seven posts in six media units of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry will be headed by officials of the rank of principal director general, though only one will be in the higher grade and the others will be in the selection grade. ...
 Indian Television1 month ago

Neelam Kapur moved from top post in PIB, DD News ADG SM Khan put on compulsory wait

NEW DELHI: Neelam Kapur, who has been holding the post of principal director general of media and communication of the Press Information Bureau (PIB), has been shifted to the directorate of field publicity (DFP). Highly placed sources said Frank ...
 Indian Television1 month ago PIB chief shunted out, DD News gets new head  ProKerala.com1 month ago PIB chief shunted out DD News gets new head  Calcutta News.Net1 month ago
ABP Live

Frank Noronha appointed new head of PIB

New Delhi: Frank Noronha, a veteran Information Service official, was today appointed as Principal Director General of Media and Communication to the government of India. A 1982batch officer of the Indian Information Service, Noronha swaps place ...
 Deepika Global1 month ago Frank Noronha replaces Neelam Kapoor as head of Pr...  ABP Live1 month ago

Top Press Information Bureau official shunted

NEW DELHI: In a significant bureaucratic reshuffle by the Modi government, principal director general of the Press Information Bureau and government spokeswoman Neelam Kapur has been shunted to the Directorate of Field Publicity while Doordarshan ...
 Times of India1 month ago Govt replaces its chief spokesperson  Business Standard India1 month ago

CBI signs MoU with SPUJ to upgrade quality of criminal justice

KOLKATA: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), on Wednesday, inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Sardar Patel University of Police, Security and Criminal Justice (SPUJ), Jodhpur, at its headquarters in New Delhi. Besides skill ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Monsoonal manifestations

tapati chowdhurie shares an enriching experience of coming across artists of a different league AFTER four years and 16 quarters of innovation and creativity, the Sapphire Quarterly Arts Series certainly needs no introduction. Among Sapphire's ...
 The Statesman2 months ago
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