Saturday, May 27, 2017
Shri Banshidhar Naik, Peon, DDK, Bhubaneswar will retire from Government Service on superannuation w.e.f. 31.05.2017. Born on 03.05.1957 he has joined as a Peon at DDK, Cuttack on 24.01.1978, Shri Banshidhar Naik was transferred to DDK, Bhubaneswar when the Kendra was shifted from Cuttack to Bhubaneswar in November’1992 and since then he is working at DDK, Bhubaneswar. During his service career in Doordarshan for a little over 39 years, Shri Naik has discharged his duties sincerely in different sections of the Kendra assigned to him from time to time. He is a soft spoken, hard working and disciplined employee of the organisation.
You can wish him on Mobile No. : 9658841366
All the Staff of DDK, Bhubaneswar wish Shri Banshidhar Naik a very peaceful and healthy retirement life.
Shri. D. Venugopal, Security Guard of AIR Karaikal is superannuating on 31/05/20173. He earlier served in Army as Tank lift motor driver. He served army for 17 years. He joined AIR Karaikal on 14/08/1995. After successful completion of service, he retires on 14/08/1995. He is having 2 daughters. We wish him a peaceful and retired life.
Prasar Bharati Parivar wishes him a very happy, healthy, peaceful and contended retired life.
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Shri Purusottam Swain, Messenger DDK, Bhubaneswar will retire from Government Service on superannuation w.e.f. 31.05.2017. Born on 12.05.1957 he joined as a Messenger at DDK, Cuttack on 25.03.1982, Shri Purusottam Swain was transferred to DDK, Bhubaneswar when the Kendra was shifted from Cuttack to Bhubaneswar in November’1992 and since then he is working at DDK, Bhubaneswar. During his service career in Doordarshan for a little over 35 years, Shri Swain has discharged his duties sincerely in the library section of the Kendra. He is a hard working and disciplined employee of the organisation.
You can wish him on Mobile No. : 9861416785
All the Staff of DDK, Bhubaneswar and Prasar Bharati Parivar wish Shri Purusottam Swain a very peaceful and healthy retirement life.
DNA's Amrita Nayak Dutta, Rathore talks about the government's outreach programmes, the initiative to take radio to far-flung areas of the country, revamping of Prasar Bharati, and the Central Board of Film Certification's (CBFC) censorship powers.
Union Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore is an extremely busy man these days. The Narendra Modi-led government is gearing up for its third anniversary celebrations and as the Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting, Rathore has a key role to play. He is involved in planning and implementing a series of campaigns and outreach programmes, aimed at highlighting the BJP government's achievements. In an exclusive interview with DNA's Amrita Nayak Dutta, Rathore talks about the government's outreach programmes, the initiative to take radio to far-flung areas of the country, revamping of Prasar Bharati, and the Central Board of Film Certification's (CBFC) censorship powers. Edited excerpts:
What is the government's message to people on its third anniversary? What is the I&B Ministry doing to ensure its reach to the public?
This is a pro-poor, pro-development government. This is also the government, which has, for the first time, created a two-way feedback mechanism to help it develop and deliver the best policies. Our priorities are gaon (village), gareeb (poor), kisan (farmers), mahila (women), and yuva (youth) as they are fundamental to the growth of this nation. Our attempt is to empower them by being responsive to their needs, so that they contribute in the government's policy decisions. At the I&B Ministry, we facilitate the communication of government decisions and schemes, which people can use to their benefit. Each ministry communicates to the people and we adopt a 360 degree approach, while adding on to that communication. We have also adopted new media, including digital cinema, for communication, besides the conventional newspaper and TV. Also, we have revived the age-old method of interpersonal communication, including nukkad natak and other folk forms, to reach out to the country's rural population.
If you were to list the top three achievements of your ministry in the last three years, what would they be?
An increased penetration of FM radio and a major push to the community radio would be one. We have weeded out ghost or irregular newspapers, and created a new marking system and circulation verification procedure for newspapers. We are always coming up with out-of-the-box methods to communicate the government's messages with a 360 degree approach. We are constantly communicating with or listening to people.
Half of the I&B Ministry's meagre budget goes to Prasar Bharati. What is the Ministry doing to bring Doordarshan and All India Radio at par with the private players?
No, we don't have a meagre budget. Whatever is required for communication, we get that. As far as Prasar Bharati is concerned, it is continuously innovating and improving its programmes, while maintaining the role of a public broadcaster. There is a low priority on commercialising it. The world of commercial TV is extremely competitive and the audience has a wide variety to choose from. Despite that, our viewership is quite good. I can say we have one of the most reputed news channels (DD News) and it is also available on IT platforms. Our radio is unmatched in its quality and reach.
With the Ministry funding Prasar Bharati completely, what do you have to say about the public broadcaster's autonomy?
Except for the funding, Prasar Bharati is entirely independent. The funding, as per the Parliament's decision, will continue till 2019.
What is the government's stand on allowing news broadcast on private FM channels?
The matter is sub-judice. I wouldn't want to comment on that.
You have been quite vocal about chopping off CBFC's censorship powers. There has not been much movement on that front, however, despite the Shyam Benegal committee recommending the same.
We are of the view that the certification process must keep pace with the changing times. Once a certification has been decided, the viewers are mature enough to choose the films that they see. For this purpose, there is a robust system in place with multiple screening committees of CBFC and finally an appellate body (FCAT) for redressal. Currently, all film certification issues are resolved at the level of FCAT. To make things transparent and efficient, we have introduced an online certification process for CBFC. We are actively working on the recommendations received from the Mudgal and Benegal committees.
Talking about censorship, both committees have recommended restrictions on free speech as specified in the Constitution; section 19 (2) must apply to the films as well. Both bodies work as per the rules framed for them. We are in the process of amending those rules. At some point, we might amend the Cinematograph Act as well. Amending the rules is important.
In the wake up of fresh violence in conflict-hit areas, such as Jammu and Kashmir and the Northeast, how is the government reaching out to the locals there?
We are enhancing the quality of our programmes in Kashmir. We are also increasing the number of DD channels in Northeast. We are also increasing the number of radio transmitters in Kashmir and border areas, and also in Left Wing Extremism-hit areas. Special privileges have been extended to private FM stations in the Northeast, such as reduced license fees and stations beyond the cap. We have given a big boost to community radios in the Northeast by increasing the subsidy to 90 per cent.
The second batch of auctions of private FM Radio Phase III received a lukewarm response. What are the plans for the future?
When you auction public properties, you have to be very transparent in valuation. Being carried out in public domain, market forces affect all auctions. We will reassess and re-evaluate them based on the market responses. Our endeavour is not commercial gain, but maximising the reach of radio and delivery of a good service.
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Friday, May 26, 2017
आकाशवाणी ग्वालियर के हमारे वरिष्ठ साथी श्री रती राम जी वर्मा का आज (25.05.2017) देहावसान हो गया, वे लगभग 70 वर्ष के थे। वरिष्ठ अनुभवी कृषि प्रसारण अधिकारी के साथ साथ वे श्रेष्ठ कवि थे मृदुभाषी होने के साथ साथ वे हमारे कार्यक्रम प्रमुख भी रहे थे.
गत दिनों मैंने उनका एक दोहा पोस्ट किया था जो मेरे जीवन की प्रेरणा बना
. शुभ कर्मौं के प्रति नहीं करना सोच विचार
. अशुभ कर्म करना पड़े तो सोचो सौ बार
. . . . . . . . . . . विनम्र श्रद्धांजलि।
Source : Yatindra Chaturvedi
Lalita Bansi, an acid attack survivor, wed the love of her life in a ceremony that could easily pass off as a dream Bollywood wedding. There was a beautifully decorated mandap, a lavish food spread, celebrities in attendance, and the overwhelming media going click, click at the drop of a hat.
The wedding was held at the D'Silva Technical College in Dadar, central Mumbai, thanks to the efforts of Udyami Maharashtra along with the Acid Survivors Saahas Foundation, who made Lalita's dream a reality. A resident of Kalwa, a township north of Mumbai, Lalita was attacked with acid by her cousins in her hometown, Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh, in 2012, after a petty fight. The acid attack scarred Lalita for life, but the braveheart refused to let her spirit die. She underwent 17 surgeries at Mumbai's Bombay Hospital and has 12 more surgeries ahead of her. She recently received a marriage proposal from Rahul Kumar, 27, who hails from Ranchi.
"Sirf ek wrong number ne meri zindagi badal di," says Kumar who works as a data entry operator in Malad, north-west Mumbai. "Three months ago, I got a missed call from an unknown number. When I called back, I was scolded and I disconnected the call." "I called again after 15 days to explain what had happened." That's when the love story began. "Within 15 days of talking to Lalita, she told me her face was burnt. I told her, 'Jinka chehra jala hota hai unki life nahi hoti kya? Tum bus tayaar ho, main tumse shaadi karunga (Does someone whose face is burnt not have a life? You get ready, I am going to marry you)' and she agreed." "My parents had a love marriage so they didn't have any problem with my choice," he adds. What does Rahul like the most about Lalita? "Her frank nature. Nowadays, people don't even want to share their name, but she agreed to share her life story with me." After two months of telephonic conversations, Rahul went to Lalita's house to meet her and as they say, rest is history.
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आकाशवाणी इंदौर का 62वां स्थापना दिवस सनावद, बड़वाह, खंडवा, खरगोन, भीकनगांव व राऊ के सभी श्रोताओं ने केक काटकर मनाया
सनावद | आकाशवाणी इंदौर का 62वां स्थापना दिवस सनावद, बड़वाह, खंडवा, खरगोन, भीकनगांव व राऊ के सभी श्रोताओं ने केक काटकर मनाया। हुकुमचंद कटारिया ने कहा आकाशवाणी मनोरंजन का साधन नहीं है।ये शिक्षा, कृषि, विज्ञान, घर-गृहस्थी सभी का भंडार है। पिंटू सेन ने कहा आकाशवाणी ज्ञान की गंगा है। प्रवीण श्रीमाली ने कहा यह हर वर्ग की जरूरत है। पुष्पेंद्र रावल ने कहा अाकाशवाणी व उसके श्रोता एक-दूसरे के बिना नहीं रह सकते हैं। संतोष सातले, मनीष निमाड़े, राजेशकुमार धनंजय, विजय मोहर्बिया, योगेश गुजराती, अब्दुल गफ्फार डाबर, सुभाष खंडाले, चुन्नीलाल लालवानी सहित अन्य श्रोता मौजूद थे।
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अभियांत्रिकी प्रमुख : एम.आर.के.राव, सहायक अभियंता व केंद्राध्यक्ष
समाचार प्रमुख : सीता नाथ मिश्र, उपनिदेशक(समाचार)
केंद्र द्वारा प्रस्तुत सर्वोत्तम कार्यक्रम और समाज पर उनके प्रभाव : संगीतमय कार्यक्रम “ताप दानव”, “पखाल खुरिथी महरा”, “झी रतन” एवं “राम बाइर कथा” । ताप दानव कार्यक्रम विश्व तापन एवं जलवायु परिवर्तन पर आधारित, “पखाल खुरिथी महरा” कृषि में अत्यधिक रसायन के व्यवहार का कुपरिणाम के बारे में, “झी रतन” बेटी बचाओ बेटी पढ़ाओ एवं “राम बाइर कथा” महिला सशक्तिकरण के ऊपर आधारित है ।
तकनीकी टीम के सदस्यों के नाम के साथ स्टेशन पर किए गए एक या दो विशेष तकनीकी कार्यों का विवरण : 5 KW एफ एम एवं क्षेत्रीय समाचार इकाई का सफल स्थापना किया गया । संस्थापन अधिकारी श्री एम आर के राव, सहयोगी सर्वश्री प्रमोद कुमार पट्टनायक, टी राजेश एवं सत्यरंजन पंडाडा ।
प्रशासनिक या समाचार अनुभाग द्वारा किया गया अन्य विशेष कार्य : क्षेत्रीय समाचार इकाई द्वारा समबलपुरी क्षेत्रीय समाचार का प्रसारण 23 जनवरी, 2016 से शुभारंभ किया गया जिसे आकाशवाणी राऊरकेला, बोलंगीर एवं भवानिपटना से एककालीन प्रसारण किया जाता है ।
स्टेशन या कर्मचारियों द्वारा किए गए किसी भी कल्याण गतिविधियों का विवरण : आकाशवाणी आवासीय कॉलोनी के कल्याण समिति द्वारा हर वर्ष नव वर्ष का पर्व एवं इस अंचल के अन्य पर्व दीपावली एवं होली का बंधु मिलन का पर्व संस्कृतिक कार्यक्रम से साथ आयोजित किया जाता है ।
केंद्र के आकाशवाणी चित्तविनोदन क्लब की सहयोगिता से आकाशवाणी सम्बलपुर का प्रतिष्ठा दिवस हर वर्ष हर्सोल्लास के साथ मनाया जाता है । इस शुभ अवसर पर निमंत्रित अतिथियों के सामने एक रंगारंग कार्यक्रम प्रस्तुत किया जाता है जिसमें केंद्र के सीकृतिप्राप्त कलाकार द्वारा संगीत एवं नृत्य परिवेषण किया जाता है ।
Contributed By:एम आर के राव ,सहायक अभियंता व केंद्राध्यक्ष ,आकाशवाणी सम्बलपुर,email@example.com
SILVER JUBILEE of AIR SHAHDOL was celebrated on 18.05.2017 at AKASHVANI SHAHDOL premises.Due to two days State Mourning the SILVER JUBILEE was celebrated with Simplicity. Kindly find herewith few snaps shots of the evening. It was attended by Shri Ratnakar Bharati ADP/HOO, Smt Vijaya Kandulna PEX Shri Prashant Parmar Trex, Shri Dhiraj Kumar Trex Shri Prakash Kumar Trex and Smt Anjali srivastava Announcer with some Casual Assignees.
As a part of 250th jayanthi of saint Tyagaraja, All India Radio,Thrissur arranged a Music Concert in association with South zone cultural centre,Thanjavur on 21st May at Regional Theatre Thissur 6pm onwardsLive broadcast of this concert was there on Ragam DTH channel of All India Radio for 3 hours.Cheppad A E Vamanan Namboothiri-Vocal, Dr M Narmada(chennai)-Violin,G Chandrasekharan Nair-Mridangam, Sukanya Ramgopal (Bangalore)- Ghatam.
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