“Make In India” initiative to boost India as a film shooting hub

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Bimal Julka, Secretary of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry met a delegation of the U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC)  which was led by the Senior Vice President of 21st Century Fox, Joe Welch.

The meeting emphasised on the discussion regarding India’s current scenario in the media and entertainment industry and also the steps being taken by the government to promote ‘Make-in-India’ across different platforms and sectors.

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Emphasizing the government’s efforts to make India a “film shooting destination”, Julka gave an overview of the growth of the industry in critical areas of the media and entertainment sectors. He said that the government is considering a proposal to set up a film facilitation unit to promote single window clearance concept.

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The discussions also focused on the possible steps towards combined and cooperative action against anti-piracy. Julka also emphasized the role of the I&B ministry in disseminating government schemes across media platforms to sensitize the people of India.

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I&B Secretary Julka also emphasized the role of his ministry in disseminating government schemes across media platforms to sensitize the people of India.

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  1. HOW LONG WE WILL BE FOOLED AND GET FOOLED ?????????????
    AS LONG AS THE PAID MEDIA WILL DOMINATE THE SHOW TO PROJECT MP MODI AS GRAND ILLUSION …………..

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