Ashish Kurl Mumbai: Star India, has announced the launch of STAR BHARAT to showcase inspirational stories about journeys of strong and fearless characters that rise for the collective from 6 pm onward on 28 August 2017. Celebrating the many facets of Fearless India STAR BHARAT has unveiled a content line up with strong, rooted icons
Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, today called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and presented him his book ‘Master on Masters’. The book, ‘Master on Masters, has been written on a very personal note. It is about the lives and times of some of the greatest icons of Indian classical music.
A tribute by Mohammad Shehzad The grand Kishori Amonkar left this world on April 3, 2017 just a week before her 85th birthday. She had a truly long, successful and productive life — both as a musical genius and as someone who built a formidable legacy. Half of Kishori’s magic was hidden in her surmandal.
Newsroom24x7 Staff Panaji (Goa): At the IFFI 2016, there are seven films competing for the International Council for Films, Television and Audio-visual Communication (ICFT)-UNESCO Gandhi Medal Prize from the International Film Section and one film from the Indian Panorama Section. C. Senthil Rajan, Director DFF (Directorate of Film Festivals, India), said that he is thankful
PU works hard at doing things that a university should do. JNU continues to revel in its own glop. – Rajiv Lochan Rajiv Lochan is a renowned historian and a Professor in Punjab University. He is an alumnus of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi. On being asked about the difference between JNU and
Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: Minister of Information & Broadcasting M. Venkaiah Naidu today announced that Government has taken a new initiative to create a Film Promotion Fund to promote Indian cinema in the International Film Festivals. This initiative would help independent filmmakers to promote their work across the globe. The Government efforts to project India
Newsroom24x7 Staff BOSTON, MA.(USA): Jackson Hole WILD has announced the complete list of winners selected for its third biennial 2016 Jackson Hole Science Media Awards (JHSMA). JHSMA celebrates the world’s most effective science storytellers and stories. This year’s competition saw more than 500 entries competing for 25 special awards. More than 115 international judges screened an aggregated 2100+ hours in order to select the finalist films. Editor-in-chief of newsroom24x7 and founder president of the NGO CREW, Lalit Shastri was in the international panel
Newsroom24x7 Staff Bhopal: When people in Delhi, its surrounding areas and in many other parts of India are in grip of malaria, chikungunya, and dengue, a former Indian Forest Service officer, who was borne in the Madhya Pradesh cadre, has put in the public domain a remedy, which he had offered to thousands of villagers in Chindwara district of