Issue: April 2019
 
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Every region in India has its unique handicraft tradition, mostly using locally available material. Being a labour intensive sector, it supplies employ...
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  Women, Hunar and Looms of Hope
  The special article is written by social and women's rights activist, educationist, writer and a former member of the Planning Commission Ms Sayeda Hameed
  Sustaining Artisans Economically by Ms Hena Naqvi,
  She opined that our country is gifted with a rich range of beautiful handicrafts. Almost every state of the country has its unique handicrafts
  Perfecting Craftsmanship through Skilling by Shri Gaurav Kapoor,
  It is written by Shri Gaurav Kapoor, Senior Head, Advocacy & Communication, National Skill Development Corporation
Prasar Bharati at the Crossroads
Jawhar Sircar

Prasar Bharati came into being on 28th November 1997 after Prasar Bharati Act of 1990 was finally implemented by the Government and the Directorates of All India Radio (Akashvani) and Doordarshan were separated from Ministry of Information & Broadcasting and placed under an ‘autonomous body’. It was a momentous decision that came some seven years after Parliament had taken pains to conceive of a Public Service Broadcaster, whose character was eloquently worded in the Statement of Objects and Reasons: “To confer autonomy on Akashvani and Doordarshan so that they may function in a fair, objective and creative manner, it was proposed to provide for the establishment of an autonomous corporation and to entrust to it functions which are discharged by Akashvani and Doordarshan. The proposed corporation would function as a genuinely autonomous body, innovative, dynamic and flexiblewith a degree of credibility. It would function in a democratic manner which enriches our democratic traditions and institutions, being responsible to the people and Parliament, and keeping in mind the variegated traditions, languages and cultures of the country. Accordingly the Prasar Bharati (Broadcasting Corporation of India) Bill was introduced in the Parliament”.

 
 
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