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Indian Council of IMPEX For Films and TV Programmers”

Sushilkumar Agrawal elected as the President of “Indian Council of IMPEX For Films and TV Programmers” ( Earlier famously  known as “ Indian Film Exporters Association) September 2017, Mumbai:  On the 53rd Annual General Meeting of “Indian Council of IMPEX for Films and TV Programmers” .Mr Sushilkumar Agrawal, CEO of Ultra Media and Entertainment Pvt Ltd was elected as the President. Mr. Gordhan Tanwani was elected as Vice-President, Mr Hiren Gada was elected as Hon. Secretary and Mr. Ashok Jain as Hon. Treasurer. “Indian Council of IMPEX For Films and TV Programmers” promotes the commerce & trade of import & export of Indian & foreign films & television programmes globally. The main focus of this council is to help, safeguard and  encourage , general welfare, development  & prosperity amongst the respective trade in India & worldwide One of the primary agenda of Mr Agrawal after taking up this position is to create a unique platform wherein the Indian member owne…
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CHINA ENDORSES CRACKDOWN ON ROHINGYASEPTEMBER 14, 2017LEAVE A COMMENTON CHINA ENDORSES CRACKDOWN ON ROHINGYA China endorses Myanmar’s offensive against Rohingya Muslim insurgents, Myanmar state media said on Thursday, as the U.N. secretary-general described the operation, forcing nearly 400,000 people to flee to Bangladesh, as “ethnic cleansing”. The Myanmar military offensive in the western state of Rakhine was triggered by a series of guerrilla attacks on Aug 25 on security posts and an army camp in which about a dozen people were killed. “The stance of China regarding the terrorist attacks in Rakhine is clear, it is just an internal affair,” the state-run Global New Light of Myanmar newspaper on Thursday quoted China’s ambassador, Hong Liang, as telling top government officials. “The counter-attacks of Myanmar security forces against extremist terrorists and the government’s undertakings to provide assistance to the people are strongly welcomed.” But at the United Nations in New Yo…
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ROHINGY CRISIS : EU ADDITIONAL AID OF 3M EUROSSEPTEMBER 13, 2017LEAVE A COMMENTON ROHINGY CRISIS : EU ADDITIONAL AID OF 3M EUROS European Union has announced additional aid of three million euros to address the pressing needs of the Rohingyas both in Bangladesh and Myanmar. Making the announcement, EU Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid Cristos Stylianides said, the funding comes on top of the 12 million euros aid announced in May 2017 when he visited Rakhine State. As more and more refugees continue pouring into Bangladesh, the additional funding will be used to provide emergency shelter, food, water and medical assistance to the Rohingyas. Like all EU aid, the funding will be chanelised through international NGOs, the UN or the Red Cross. The EU continues to call for full humanitarian access to the Rohingyas in Myanmar so as to be able to address the precarious humanitarian situation there and to ensure that it does not spiral into a crisis. In a separate statement, EU Vice President …