User: venniyoor Topic: FM Radio
Category: FM Radio
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Community radio signals finally getting stronger 10.7.2006 HBL: Front Page
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FM radio stations to be opened in 16 cities 10.7.2006 New Kerala: Business India
Chennai: Music Broadcast Private limited, which runs RadioCity FM stations, has bagged the licences to open FM Radio stations in 16 cities during the Phase two FM Expansion, a top company official said today.
NWFP madrassas spreading sectarian hatred through illegal' FM stations 10.7.2006 New Kerala: World News
Islamabad: Reports of madrassas in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province (NWFP) running illegal FM radio stations, has attracted the attention of the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PERMA).
Radio City to pump in Rs 70-80 crore to set up 16 FM stations 9.7.2006 New Kerala: Business India
Mumbai, July 9: Private FM Radio channel Radio City will invest around Rs 70-80 crore this year to set up 16 FM stations across the country and recruit 250 persons to man these stations.
Ride on RTC 'FM radio' 6.7.2006 New Indian Express
Ride on RTC 'FM radio'
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Communication tool or style statement? 6.7.2006 New Indian Express
Communication tool or style statement?
Motorola, Nokia launch handsets 4.7.2006 Deccan Herald
Motorola, Nokia launch handsets
Pvt FM radio to run on single frequency 3.7.2006 Financial Express
Pvt FM radio to run on single frequency
Mumbai University to have own radio station 3.7.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
President to open festivities to commemorate 150 years of the varsity
Jharkhand Maoists use FM radio to intercept police messages 2.7.2006 New Indian Express
Jharkhand Maoists use FM radio to intercept police messages
Naxals use radio to listen in on cops 1.7.2006 CNN-IBN Top Stories
<img src="http://static.ibnlive.com/pix/sitepix/naxal_train70.jpg" alt="" border="0" width="70" height="50" align="left" hspace="5"/>While the Jharkhand Police are going hi-tech to deal with Naxalites, the Naxals are getting even with the same technology.
Jharkhand Maoists use FM radio to intercept police messages 1.7.2006 New Kerala: India News
Ranchi: While the Jharkhand police are going hi-tech to deal with Maoist guerrillas, the rebels are getting even with the same technology to track their movements.
Honour for Kurnool FM radio station 1.7.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Station adjudged best in country for airing' Kisanvani' programmes
Jharkhand Maoists a step ahead of cops 1.7.2006 TOI: India
The Maoist in Jharkhand are using FM radio to intercept security force's messages to track their movements.
Pearl industry to be set up in Silchar 28.6.2006 The Assam Tribune
Pearl industry to be set up in Silchar
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Broadcasting Bill seeks to prevent cross-media monopoly 27.6.2006 Hindu: National
Restrictions proposed to ensure plurality of views
O2 - it's breath-taking 26.6.2006 HBL: eWorld
Oxygen Rich Atom, the successor to the XDA II Mini, leaves spectators breathless as you whip it out. Oxygen Rich Atom, the successor to the XDA II Mini, leaves spectators breathless as you whip it out.
City buses all set to buzz with FM radio? 26.6.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Service already available in Veera, Metro Express buses
FM radio a hit with Kerala fishermen 26.6.2006 New Kerala: Kerala News
Thiruvananthapuram: Billed as the first of its kind in the country, broadcasts from FM Radio Alakal for the fishermen's community have become a hit in Kerala.
R-ADAG: Banking on the New India 25.6.2006 Financial Express
R-ADAG: Banking on the New India
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