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Fashion TV fails to fit swadeshi figures

03-January-2001
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Fashion TV fails to fit swadeshi figures

In coming days, Fashion TV, promoted by a France-based company, may just find that all types of fashion shows cannot be digested in India and it has certainly made the channel’s Indian alliance partners do some serious thinking. Bangladesh have banned the reception of the channel in the country.

Cable and satellite industry sources said, B4U Multimedia and KK Modi group-promoted Modi Entertainment Network (MEN), though taken by suprise as far as the government move on FTV is concerned and are looking into various aspects of the issue.

While MEN is responsible for the distribution of the channel in India, B4U Multimedia provides Indian fashion content to FTV which is coordinated by model-turned-entrepreneur Noyonika Chatterjee. Minister for information and broadcasting, Sushma Swaraj, has said the government might ban the channel if it doesn’t synchronise with our culture.

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