India’s industry group named

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India’s Information and Broadcasting Ministry has set up a committee to guide entertainment industry policy and investment decisions and has included television reps for the first time.

They are Kiran Karnik, former head of Discovery India; Mark Tully, former BBC Correspondent in India; and Bhuvan Lall, present executive director of the Indian Broadcasting Foundation.

The government sets up committees every five years. The current one, the 10th, will investigate film finance in India.

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