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New ad policy for regional press in place: Sushma

23-January-2001
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New ad policy for regional press in place: Sushma

A new advertisement policy has been formulated to help the regional press, according to the Information and Broadcasting Minister, Ms Sushma Swaraj. The minister made the announcement in New Delhi on Monday while inaugurating a two-day national conference on regional newsmedia. Ms Swaraj announced that plans have been prepared to hold jan-adalats in different parts of the country to help solve the problems of small and medium newspapers on the spot.

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