User: fredericknoronha Topic: Documentary
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Shiv Khera 17.7.2007 TOI: Lucknow Times
Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) wants to make some cuts in the documentary Shiv Khera has made.He isn't amused.
Shiv Khera 17.7.2007 TOI: Pune Times
Motivation guru Shiv Khera is angry with the Censor Board for its 'irrational and irrelevant' cuts in his documentary film on the anti-quota stir.
Harry Potter's plot thickens 17.7.2007 TOI: Entertainment
JK Rowling expects only two reactions from her fans -- while some will just love the book, others will loathe it, she says.
Struggle for livelihood brought alive 17.7.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: The Centre for Civil Society is organising “Jeevika South Asia Livelihood Documentary Film Festival” at India Habitat Centre here from July 20 to 23. The festival is meant to be a platform for screening ...
Potter plot thickens 17.7.2007 TOI: Kanpur Times
Potter mania has reached fever pitch and it's author has disclosed that that some people will loathe the book.
Shiv Khera ko 17.7.2007 TOI: Kanpur Times
Author Shiv Khera is angry with the CB for "irrational and irrelevant" cuts in his documentary film, inspired by the AIIMS anti-quota stir.
Harry Potter's plot thickens 17.7.2007 TOI: Delhi Times
JK Rowling expects only two reactions from her fans -- while some will just love the book, others will loathe it, she says.
'We are the world's biggest hypocrisy' 17.7.2007 TOI: Delhi Times
Author Shiv Khera is angry with the Censor Board for 'irrational and irrelevant' cuts in his documentary film, inspired by the AIIMS anti-quota stir
Harry Potter's plot thickens 17.7.2007 TOI: Cities
JK Rowling expects only two reactions from her fans -- while some will just love the book, others will loathe it, she says.
'We are the world's biggest hypocrisy' 17.7.2007 TOI: Cities
Author Shiv Khera is angry with the Censor Board for 'irrational and irrelevant' cuts in his documentary film, inspired by the AIIMS anti-quota stir
Out of order 17.7.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Media & professional: The future of BBC1 controller Peter Fincham hangs in the balance after the royal documentary debacle. Leigh Holmwood reports.
'These people are gods' 17.7.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Arts & entertainment: A movie about a typeface and its creators? What a great idea, says Andrew Dickson.
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RDF apologises over Queen error 16.7.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Media & professional: Independent production company tells BBC it was 'guilty of a serious error of judgment'.
Reminiscing the warmth of a relationship 16.7.2007 New Indian Express
Reminiscing the warmth of a relationship
Student documents plight of street children 16.7.2007 New Indian Express
Student documents plight of street children
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Nagpur AIR enters 60th year 16.7.2007 DNA: Top News
The Nagpur Centre of AIR plans to start several new programmes, which would be the first of their kind, as it enters the 60th year of its existence.
Nehru-Edwina were in deep love, says daughter 16.7.2007 Indian Express
Nehru-Edwina were in deep love, says daughter
Sikkim docu-fest draws a crowd 16.7.2007 The Statesman
Sikkim docu-fest draws a crowd
Filming terror territory 16.7.2007 Deccan Herald
Filming terror territory
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Documentary on streetchildren 16.7.2007 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
VISAKHAPATNAM: A final year student of GMR Institute of Information Technology produced a documentary titled ‘Street Diaries’ on the plight of street children. Shot in Visakhapatnam, the film with duration of 18 minutes and ...
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