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Piyush Pandey, Rajat Sharma in committee for content regulation of govt ads
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Centre forms panel to monitor government advertisements

NEW DELHI: The Centre has set up a three-member committee, headed by former chief election commissioner B B Tandon, to check violations of Supreme Court guidelines with regard to content in government advertising. Besides Tandon, the other members ... Times of India, 1 month ago
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Former CEC Tandon to head panel to monitor govt ads

The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has constituted a three-member panel, headed by former Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) B B Tandon, to see that guidelines set for government advertisements by the Supreme Court are followed. Senior TV ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Government constitutes a Three Member Committee for Content Regulation of Government Advertising  Capital Market1 month ago I&B Min constitutes 3-member Committee for Content Regulation of Govt Advertising  Newshence.com1 month ago Former CEC B B Tandon to head panel to monitor government ads  Economic Times1 month ago
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Eye on Kejriwal? Excessive & selective ads under lens

NEW DELHI: Cases of "excessive and selective'' advertisements could be examined by the BB Tandon panel set up by the Centre to look into issues related to content regulation in government advertising. "It is possible that the Tandon Committee may ...
 Times of India2 days ago B B Tandon panel may examine cases of excessive, selective govt ads  Financial Express2 days ago
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Congress approaches SC-constituted committee against AAP ads

New Delhi: Fresh from its Delhi municipal bypoll victory, Congress sought to put the Arvind Kejriwal government in the dock by approaching a Supreme Court constituted committee, accusing it of "blatant abuse" of guidelines on grant of ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Congress approaches SC constituted committee against AAP govt ads  DNA India1 week ago Cong Approaches SC Constituted Committee Against AAP Govt Ads  Outlook India1 week ago Congress Approaches Supreme Court Constituted Panel Against AAP Government Ads  NDTV1 week ago

Centre forms committee for govt advertising

The central government has constituted a three-member committee to address the issues related to content regulation in government advertising, it was announced on Monday. The committee would be chaired by B.B. Tandon, former chief election ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Centre forms committee for government advertising  Prokerala1 month ago

SC: States expected to set up bodies to monitor govt. ads, raps Delhi govt.

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has said it expected all government functionaries to rise to the occasion and to act in the matter of publication of Government advertisements with utmost responsibility to ensure that such advertisements carry the right ...
 Indian Television1 week ago

Daily Current Affairs - April 7, Thursday

1. C P Gurnani appointed as Nasscom Chairman for 2016-17 (i) The National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) has appointed CP Gurnani as its chairman for 2016-17. Raman Roy will hold the position of vice-chairman. (ii) A ...
 PaGaLGuY1 month ago
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