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Saturday, October 31, 2015

AIR to broadcast 24-part series on cricket

All India Radio (AIR) will broadcast a 24-part series on cricket titled 'Stumped' that will discuss major stories, issues and controversies revolving around the sport. The weekly programme, produced in association with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), will be aired on All India Radio's FM Rainbow network every Saturday from 31st October at 11.30 am, AIR said in a statement released here. The opening episode of the series will feature icons like Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne.

It will also be broadcasted by the General Overseas Service of External Services Division of All India Radio every Saturday and details of the broadcast would be available on its Facebook page 'airworldservice', it said. Live streaming of this programme on AIR's Mobile App can also serve the purpose to the cricket lovers. 'Stumped' is intended to be a weekly guide for international cricket followers and bring the listeners up-to-date with the major issues and stories in the cricketing world, the statement said. The programme will be irreverent, energetic and humorous with a lively debate between 3 noted sports presenters Charu Sharma on behalf of AIR, along with Alison Mitchell of BBC and Jim Maxwell of ABC, the statement added.

Source and credit :- http://www.ptinews.com/news/6675623_AIR-to-broadcast-24-part-series-on-cricket.html
Forwarded By :- Shri. Jainender Nigam, PB NewsDesk. prasarbharati.newsdesk@gmail.com and Shri. Alokesh Gupta. New Delhi      alokeshgupta@gmail.com

1 comment:

  1. Sir,

    We have a practice of taking collective oath (सामूहिक शपथ) on special occasions in both Hindi and English. As it is a collective activity, the head of discipline generally leads in the oath ceremony. That is, first he / she reads a few words of the oath, which is repeated by other staff members taking the oath. In it to maintain a coherence between leader and the followers, The making and breaking of a cluster of words by the leader is not known by the followers. Suppose the leader first reads 2 words, the followers presume that he will follow the same pattern. But the continuity of the sentences may not be coherent always by reading 2 words. Which results in omissions or advancing of words by the followers. And as such the very purpose of oat get diminished. To overcome this minor fault, I suggest that the oath papers which are circulated among the staff and the leader may be marked clearly where there will be breaks. So that the leader and the followers will not be confused. A slash may be inserted at appropriate interval of words to carry out the meaning perfectly of the oath. It can be done in both Hindi and English versions. Previously in some instances, I had it in oath taking papers which resulted in a positive manner. Before the oath, though, the leader may insist or order the followers to follow the slashes (breaks) meticulously to the fulfilment of the oath taking ceremony.
    Hope I am not taking my liberty beyond my limits. It is only in National interest that I propose this.
    Thank you for reading this.

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