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FTII postpones diploma films' assessment
Sakaal Times

FTII’s 2008 batch to be assessed

The Film and Television Institute of India administration is soon expected to begin the assessment process of the entire batch of students from the 2008 in an effort to resolve and end the ongoing strike over TV actor Gajendra Chauhan’s appointment as ... Asian Age, 1 week ago
FTII postpones diploma films' assessment Sakaal Times, 2 weeks ago

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Times of India

Core issues yet to be resolved at FTII

I finished my diploma course at the Films and Television Institute of India (FTII) in 1995, within the stipulated three-year time frame. Up until 2000, batches following mine too completed their course in time, give or take small delays. When I ...
 Times of India5 days ago

FTII calls in cops for extra security during assessment of films

The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) administration on Wednesday asked for police bandobast outside the campus for it to carry out the assessment of diploma films of the 2008 batch.
 Times of India2 weeks ago FTII seeks police protection for campus  Asian Age1 month ago
Rediff.com

'Yes, I have done adult films. But nobody is talking about my good films'

In which Gajendra Chauhan tries to justify his appointment to head the prestigious Film and Television Institute of India.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
The Telegraph

Lights, camera, Trinamul brake!

Trinamul today put on hold its plan to send a three-member team to the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune where students have been protesting the appointment of BJP member and small-time actor Gajendra Chauhan as chairman. "The Trinamul team has ...
 The Telegraph3 days ago FTII protestors organize Queer film festival  Livemint.com4 hours ago In season of protest too, FTII courses in demand  Times of India4 days ago FTII students pin hope on I&B ministry to end crisis  Deccan Herald4 days ago
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Action plan for FTII to be given to govt tomorrow

The S M Khan committee on the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) is expected to present a report to the government tomorrow. The report focuses on the crucial issue of basic problems that FTII faces. The committee believes that FTII is highly  politicised due to various factors. Congress president Rahul Gandhi's visit to FTII on July 31 (though not mentioned in the report) hints that students who are overstaying in the campus had an ulterior motive. The government will now study ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
Mumbai Mirror

Actor-turned-politician Naresh Kanodia invited to select India's entry for the Oscars

Mumbai: While the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) fiasco hasn’t seemed to die down, actor-turner-politician Naresh Kanodia has received an invitation from the Film Federation of India asking if he would like to be a part of their jury.One of ...
 Deccan chronicle4 days ago And the Oscar goes to… Gujarati BJP man... And the Oscar goes to… Gujarati BJP man in jury  Mumbai Mirror3 days ago BJP leader Naresh Kanodia invited to become jury member to pick India's entries to Oscars  Mathrubhumi4 days ago One-para resume proves lack of transparency  The Hindu3 weeks ago
Sakaal Times

Central team to visit FTII today

Pune: A three-member committee, created by the Centre, is set to visit the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) on Friday, to meet the faculty, students and management of the Institute to find ways to resolve the ongoing crisis. However, ...
 Sakaal Times1 week ago Central team finally visits FTII  Bangalore Mirror6 days ago FTII row: I&B team holds 'satisfactory discussions' with stakeholders, meets students  First Post.com6 days ago Three-member government team set to visit FTII campus today  Rediff.com1 week ago
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First Post.com

Mamata supports FTII students; demands resolution of issue

The ripples of the agitation at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) in Pune reached Kolkata as both the ruling party and the Opposition flagged the issue on Friday. While Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee voiced her support for the movement and ...
 The Hindu6 days ago 'Shocked' Arvind Kejriwal reaches out to FTII students, offers to let them temporarily run classes in Delhi  First Post.com1 week ago Now Kejriwal reaches out to agitating FTII students, offers temporary space in Delhi  First Post.com1 week ago 'Shocked' Kejriwal reaches out to agitating FTII students, offers to let them temporarily run classes in Delhi  First Post.com1 week ago
India Today

Time to act on FTII

As the strike action at the Film and Television Institute of India crosses two and a half months, the visit by a three-member committee appointed by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting ha...
 The Hindu2 days ago No play acting this: What the FTII 'Mahabharat' is all about  India Today2 weeks ago Two months on, FTII impasse continues to defy solution  Business Standard2 weeks ago A playback: Two months of FTII strike and no end in sight  Indian Express2 weeks ago
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