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How Nationalism Evolved In Bollywood Films…

हिन्दी फिल्मों में दिखती रही है राष्ट्रवाद की झलक...Several memorable Hindi films, over the last 70 years, have appealed to people’s sense of patriotism, valour and self-sacrifice for the nation. Their subjects range across freedom struggle, invasions & battles, sports, ancient and medieval history, insurgency etc. The common theme running across them is pride in being Indian and duty towards the nation. But admittedly they are fewer in number when compared with the vast output from the Bombay film industry, now called Bollywood.

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How Television And Radio Changed India…!

Radio and television have proved as change agents for India. Radio when started in late 1920s was a surprise. Its access, broadcast and listening, was limited but still it made waves. It won the hearts as Calcutta (Kolkata) Radio station broadcast an early dawn music programme of Mahishasurmardini, chanting of the Devisapatshati on Mahalaya in late 1938. Suddenly radio became popular and other few stations tried to do similar programs.

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‘Transgender TV Characters Have The Power To Shape Audience Attitudes’

‘Transgender TV Characters Have The Power To Shape Audience Attitudes’Watching transgender characters on fictional TV shows has the power to influence attitudes toward transgender people and policy issues, according to new research from USC Annenberg. Just published in the peer-reviewed journal Sex Roles, the research further highlights the ways political ideology shapes viewer responses to transgender depictions in entertainment.

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Journey Of Television Revolution In India, Second Biggest TV Market In World

भारत में टेलीविजन क्रांति का सफर : दुनिया का दूसरा सबसे बड़ा टीवी बाजार है भारतLittle over two decades after the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) began the first television service of the world in 1936, Television was introduced in India on September 15, 1959 in Delhi. It was with the help of UNESCO that it all started. Initially programmes were broadcast twice a week for an hour a day on themes like community health, traffic, road sense citizens’ duties and rights.

Read in Hindi: भारत में टेलीविजन क्रांति का सफर : दुनिया का दूसरा सबसे बड़ा टीवी बाजार है भारत

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