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The following command will sort all lines and remove duplicates (keeping unique lines):
 
<pre>
 
:sort u
 
</pre>
 
   
If you need more control, here are some alternatives.
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Write short notes of the following:
   
There are two versions, the first leaves only the last line, the second leaves only the first line. (Use \zs for speed reason.)
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1. Press council
<pre>
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2. News features services
g/^\(.*\)$\n\1$/d
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3. PIB
g/\%(^\1$\n\)\@<=\(.*\)$/d
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4. Nonaligned news pool
</pre>
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5. Defamation and libel
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6. North-South Dialogue
Breakdown of the second version:
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7. Structural Adjustment Programme
<pre>
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8. Balance of Payments
g//d <-- Delete the lines matching the regexp
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9. Intellectual Property Rights
\@<= <-- If the bit following matches, make sure the bit preceding this symbol directly precedes the match
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10. Feedback
\(.*\)$ <-- Match the line into subst register 1
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11. Mass Audience
\%( ) <--- Group without placing in a subst register.
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12. Role of opinion leader in communication
^\1$\n <--- Match subst register 1 followed by end of line and the new line between the 2 lines
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13. Traditional Media
</pre>
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14. Rural Newspaper
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15. Brand commission
In this simple format (matching the whole line), it's not going to make much difference, but it will start to matter if you want to do stuff like match the first word only.
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16. G-7 nations
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17. Communication Process
This does a uniq on the first word in the line, and deletes all but the first line:
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18. Harare Summit of NAM countries
<pre>
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19. International News Flows
g/\%(^\1\>.*$\n\)\@<=\(\k\+\).*$/d
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20. Press Council
</pre>
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21. News Feature Service
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22. Non-aligned News pool
==See also==
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23. Libertarian Theory of Press
*[[VimTip1148|Unique sorting]] script to 'sort unique' a List (not text lines)
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24. News pool
*[http://code.google.com/p/lh-vim/source/browse/system-tools/trunk/plugin/system_utils.vim system_utils.vim] command to remove duplicate lines in a range (uses <code>g//d</code> method)
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25. Cable TV
*[[VimTip1166|Sort lines]] how to sort lines
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26. Press Commission
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27. Yellow Journalism
==Comments==
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28. Wire Services
Here are some more Vim-native ways for removing duplicate lines. This time they don't have to be adjacent. Line order is preserved.
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29. Style Book
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30. Reporting Beats
This one can be a bit slow. And the pattern would match a single empty line which would also be deleted. The part ":g/^m0<CR>" at beginning and end of the command maybe optional.
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31. Language Press
<pre>
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32. News Feature Agencies
:nno \d1 :g/^/m0<CR>:g/^\(.*\)\n\_.*\%(^\1$\)/d<CR>:g/^/m0<CR>
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33. Developmental News
</pre>
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34. Communication gaps
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35. Media and social change
This is faster. Uses mark <code>l</code>.
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36. Press information Bureau
<pre>
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37. Distortions by Western media sources
:nno \d2 :g/^/kl\|if search('^'.escape(getline('.'),'\.*[]^$/').'$','bW')\|'ld<CR>
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38. News feature agencies
</pre>
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39. Law of defamation
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40. Press in a traditional communist society
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41. News exchange programmes
Following uses a substitute to delete all repeated lines (leaving only the first line, while deleting following duplicate lines). This is a variation on the <code>g//d</code> method.
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42. Concept of development
<pre>
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43. Parliamentary reporting
%s/^\(.*\)\(\n\1\)\+$/\1/
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44. Accreditation of journalists
</pre>
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45. Prototype production
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46. Satellite broadcasting
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47. ESP of India
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48. CBS of India
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49. Feedback Mechanism
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50. Barriers to communication
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51. McLuhan’s Understanding Media
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52. Communication and Culture
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53. Propaganda
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54. Noise
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55. Stages of Economic Growth
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56. Dominant Paradigm
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57. Dance’s Helical Model
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58. Effective Communication
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59. Barriers of Communication
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60. Verbal Communication
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61. Two step flow of Communication
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62. Effective Communication
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63. Semantic Noise
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64. Berger’s Uncertainty Theory
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65. Hot and Cool Media
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66. The Influence of culture on communication
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67. The concept of feedback
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68. Intro
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69. Editing symbols
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70. News values
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71. First lead story
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72. News feature
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73. Features
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74. An editorial
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75. Private TV channels
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76. Piece to camera
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77. News bulletin
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78. New Radio channels.
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79. Basic shots
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80. P to C & VO
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81. TV Lighting
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82. TV Studio Production
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83. MCD
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84. Auto strike in the Capital
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85. Use of Subways in the capital
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86. Public Transport
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87. Brand Width
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88. Information Super highway
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89. HDTV
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90. LAN
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91. Law
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92. Norms
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93. Convention
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94. Ethics
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95. Defamation
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96. Intellectual Property Right
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97. Contempt of Legislature
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98. Right to Information
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99. Gulf News
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100. International Herald Tribune
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101. Toronto Star
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102. Intellectual Property Rights
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103. Press Registration Act
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104. Prasar Bharti Act
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105. Press and Human values
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106. Pressures on the press
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107. Media Ethics
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108. Annie Besant
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109. Sadanand
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110. Pothen Joseph
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111. K Rama Rao
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112. Founder Editor of "UDANT MARTAND"
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113. Bhartendu Harish Chandra
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114. Hindustan Times
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115. Aryavart
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116. Aajtak
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117. UNI
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118. Al-Hilal
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119. PTI
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120. Pratap
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121. Times of India
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122. How would you cover a scientific institution?
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123. Write a brief note on Indian Agricultural Research Institute.
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124. Automobiles are the first sign of affluence. Critically examine it.
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125. What are the key factors for evaluating a new car?
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126. Consolidated Fund
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127. Contingency Fund
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128. Revenue Budget
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129. Capital Budget
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130. GDP
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131. On-line learning
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132. History of computers
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133. Lithographic printing process
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134. Wireless technology
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135. Development Communication
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136. Copyright Law
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137. Working Journalist Act
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138. Growth of Electronic Media
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139. Opinion leaders
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140. Language press
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141. International news flow
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142. Press Council of India
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143. Registration Act
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144. Parliamentary Privileges
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145. Communication support for developing
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146. Vicious circle of poverty.
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147. Use of Media for development
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148. Human Rights and development
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149. Print Media
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150. Traditional Media
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151. Electronic Media
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152. Public Relations
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153. Editing
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154. Radio news
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155. Press and Human values
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156. Yellow Journalism
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157. Pressures on the press
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158. Defamation
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159. Media Ethics
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160. Consolidated Fund
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161. Contingency Fund
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162. Revenue Budget
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163. Capital Budget
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164. GDP
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165. Official Secrets Act
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166. Democracy and press laws
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167. Right to Information
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168. Broadcast Bill
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169. Bengal Gazette
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170. Samvaad Kaumadi
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171. Navjeevan
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172. 1836
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173. 1872
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174. 1881
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175. 8 columns
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176. 6 columns
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177. 2 columns
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178. Kesari
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179. Samvaad Kaumadi
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180. Navjeevan
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181. Print Media
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182. Traditional Media
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183. Electronic Media
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184. Rural Economy
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185. Weaker Sections of Society
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186. Environment
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187. 1889
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188. 1905
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189. 1923
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190. Navbharat Times
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191. Dainik Jagran
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192. Rajasthan Patrika
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193. 1991
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194. 1995
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195. 1999
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196. Press India Bench
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197. Parliamentary Information Branch
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198. Press Information Bureau
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199. www.indiatimes.com
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200. www.india.com www.india-today.corn
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201. First page
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202. Second Page
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203. Third page
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204. Public Relations
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205. Editing
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206. Radio news
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207. Portable TV
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208. Portable Computer Telecommunication System
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209. India Today Group
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210. Times of India Group
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211. Enaudu Group
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212. PTI
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213. ANT
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214. UNI
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215. Varanasi
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216. Agra
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217. Calcutta
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218. Cultural Society
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219. Public Relations Society
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220. Broadcasting Corporation
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221. Offset
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222. Online
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223. More than mobile phones
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224. More than color TVs
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225. Less than B/W TVs.
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226. Defamation
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227. Media ethics
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228. News flow
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229. Pressures on press
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230. Account Management
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231. Creative
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232. Media
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233. Positioning
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234. Socio-Economic classification
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235. Television Rating Points (TRPs)
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236. Brand Equity Qualitative Research.
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237. Feedback Mechanism
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238. Barriers to Communication
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239. McLuhan's Understanding Media
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240. Communication and Culture
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241. Propaganda
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242. Noise
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243. Stages of Economic Growth
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244. Dominant Paradigm
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245. Dance's Helical Model
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246. James Silk Buckingham
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247. Al-Hilal
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248. Sadanand
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249. Times of India
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250. Press Council of India
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251. Right to Information
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252. Yellow journalism
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253. Vernacular Press Act 1878
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254. Curb the paparazzi
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255. Make newspapers responsible
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256. Safeguard the freedom of journalists
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257. Ensure a free and vibrant press to defend democratic values.
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258. Comprehensive layout
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259. Type legibility
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260. Halftone illustration
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261. Graphics
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262. Language press
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263. Information Super Highway
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264. Development Communication
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265. Communication Research
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266. Positioning
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267. Socio-Economic classification
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268. Television Rating Points (TR Ps)
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269. Brand Equity
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270. Qualitative Research.
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271. "Publics" in PR
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272. PR and Laws
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273. Internal Communication Media.
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274. AIDS
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275. Communal Harmony
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276. Pulse Polio Campaign
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277. Violence against women
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278. Style-book
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279. Cross-heads
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280. Five Ws and One H
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281. Portable TV
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282. Telecommunication System
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283. Portable Computer
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284. India Today Group
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285. Times of India Group
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286. Enaudu Group
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287. PTI
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288. ANI
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289. UNI
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290. Varanasi
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291. Agra
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292. Calcutta
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293. Cultural Society
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294. Broadcasting Corporation
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295. Public Relations Society
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296. Offset
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297. Online Laser
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298. More than mobile phones
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299. Less than B/W TVs.
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300. More than color TVs
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301. Any English language daily born during the first half of the 19th Century.
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302. The first news agency of Mumbai owned by an Indian editor.
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303. The first Hindi newspaper
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304. Bhartendu Harish Chandra
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305. Act
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306. Ordinance
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307. Statute
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308. Constitution
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309. Copy Right Act
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310. Working Journalist Act
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311. Press Commission
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312. Contempt of Court
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313. Principles of Organization
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314. Delegation & Decentralization
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315. Staffing
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316. Concept of Management as an art and/or a science.
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317. Role of Print Media
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318. Identification of Letterpress Printing Process
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319. Screen Printing Process
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320. Evolution of Print Media.
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321. Trade Fairs as PR Exercise
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322. House Journals
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323. 10-point guidelines for Government Media Units
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324. Social Impact of Advertising
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325. Automobiles are the first sign of affluence. Critically examine it.
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326. What are the key factors for evaluating a new car?
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327. Consolidated Fund
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328. Contingency Fund
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329. Revenue Budget
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330. Capital Budget
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331. GDP
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332. Style-book
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333. Cross-heads
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334. Five Ws and One H
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335. Feature Agencies
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336. Box Items
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337. News Sources
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338. Newspaper Language
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339. News Values
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340. The Front Page
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341. Inverted Pyramid Style
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342. Photo Editing
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343. Style-book
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344. Cross-heads
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345. Five Ws and One H
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346. Feature Agencies
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347. Box Items
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348. News Sources
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349. Newspaper Language
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350. Research process
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351. Data collection methods
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352. Stratified sampling
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353. Questionnaire design
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354. Planning a field based survey
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355. Sign as the basic unipolar of message
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356. "A photograph is worth a thousand words'
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357. Morality and electronic media
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358. Media Ethics
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359. Editing Symbols
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360. News Sources
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361. Newspaper language
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362. Privileges of Parliament : Cautions in reporting Parliament
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363. Trial by the Press
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364. News worthiness
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365. Scoop
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366. Defamation
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367. Media ethics
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368. News flow
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369. Pressures on press
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370. Page make-up
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371. DTP Software
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372. Johann Gutenberg
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373. Primary colors for printing
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374. The feedback mechanism
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375. Opinion leaders
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376. The role of audiences
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377. Emerging information scenario
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378. Barriers to communication
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379. James Augustus Hicky
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380. James Silk Buckingham
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381. Amrit Bazar Patrika
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382. Robert Knight Annie Besant
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383. Essar SMS
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384. Timex Alto ("The hottest little car in town")
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385. Provogue (Fardeen Khan)
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386. Clinic All Clear ("Dho Dhala”)
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387. Whirlpool refrigerators ("Ice, Ice, baby”)
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388. Role of Print Media
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389. Identification of Letterpress Printing Process
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390. Screen Printing Process
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391. Evolution of Print Media
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392. Mass Communication
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393. Communication is a two-way process
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394. Social Responsibility theory of communication
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395. Shannon and Weaver model of communication
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396. Developmental Communication
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397. Language press
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398. Information Super Highway
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399. Press Council of India
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400. Development Communication
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401. Communication Research
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402. Emerging information scenario
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403. Two-step flow of communication
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404. Interpersonal communication
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405. Sampling design
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406. Trade Fairs as PR Exercise
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407. House Journals
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408. 10-point guidelines for Government Media Units
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409. Social Impact of Advertising.
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410. Amrit Bazar Patrika
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411. B.G. Horniman
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412. Times of India
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413. Mahatma Gandhi's views about Journalism
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414. Account Management
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415. Creative
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416. Media
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417. Positioning
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418. Socio-Economic classification
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419. Television Rating Points (TRPs)
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420. Brand Equity
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421. Qualitative Research.
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422. "Publics" in PR
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423. PR and Laws
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424. Internal Communication Media.
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425. Prototype production
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426. Satellite broadcasting
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427. ESP of India
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428. CBS of India.
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429. Basic shots
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430. P to C & VO
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431. TV Lighting
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432. TV studio production
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433. HDTV
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434. Writing for the Internet Digital and Analog Technologies
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435. Web based news
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436. AIDS
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437. Communal Harmony
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438. Pulse Polio Campaign
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439. Violence against women
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440. Trade Fairs as PR Exercise.
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441. House Journals
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442. 10-point guidelines for Government Media Units
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443. Social Impact of Advertising
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444. Communication support for development
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445. Vicious circle of poverty
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446. Use of media for development
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447. Human Rights and development
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448. Act
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449. Ordinance
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450. Statute Constitution
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451. Press and Euoks Registration Act
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452. Working Journalists Act
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453. Social Responsibility of Press
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454. Contempt of Court
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455. Conventions
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456. Right to Information
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457. Yellow journalism
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458. Vernacular Press Act 1878
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459. Verbal and Non-verbal Communication
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460. Visual Communication
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461. Culture and Communication Media
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462. Official Secrets Act
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463. Democracy and press laws
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464. Right to Information
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465. Broadcast Bill
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466. Press and Hainan values
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467. Yellow Journalism
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468. Pressures on the press
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469. Defamation - • e. Media Ethics
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470. MCD Poll campaign
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471. Auto strike in the Capital
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472. Brand width
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473. HDTV
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474. Use of Subways in the Capital
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475. Public Transport
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476. Trace the development of cable TV in India.
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477. Information Super highway d) LAN
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478. James Buckingham
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479. Commercial TV
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480. Mahatma Gandhi as a Communicator
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481. Maulana Azad as a journalist
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482. Public Service Broadcasting
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483. Press Council Act, 1978
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484. Copy Right Act 1957 (Amendmntie Act to curb/prevent Video Piracy)
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485. Working Journalists Act.
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486. Comprehensive layout
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487. Type legibility
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488. Halftone illustration
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489. Graphics
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490. t-test
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491. z-test
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492. Covariance and correlation
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493. SPSS statistical package
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494. Types of mean
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495. Defamation
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496. Prasar Bharati Act
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497. Official Secrets Act
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498. Media Ethics.
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499. Law
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500. Norms
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501. Convention
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502. Ethics
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503. Legibility of type composition
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504. Pica scale
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505. Display type
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506. Centre spread of a magazine
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507. Comprehensive layout
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508. Type legibility
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509. Half-tone illustration
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510. Graphic

Revision as of 09:24, October 3, 2013

Brief/Short Notes (All Subject Areas)

Write short notes of the following:

1. Press council 2. News features services 3. PIB 4. Nonaligned news pool 5. Defamation and libel 6. North-South Dialogue 7. Structural Adjustment Programme 8. Balance of Payments 9. Intellectual Property Rights 10. Feedback 11. Mass Audience 12. Role of opinion leader in communication 13. Traditional Media 14. Rural Newspaper 15. Brand commission 16. G-7 nations 17. Communication Process 18. Harare Summit of NAM countries 19. International News Flows 20. Press Council 21. News Feature Service 22. Non-aligned News pool 23. Libertarian Theory of Press 24. News pool 25. Cable TV 26. Press Commission 27. Yellow Journalism 28. Wire Services 29. Style Book 30. Reporting Beats 31. Language Press 32. News Feature Agencies 33. Developmental News 34. Communication gaps 35. Media and social change 36. Press information Bureau 37. Distortions by Western media sources 38. News feature agencies 39. Law of defamation 40. Press in a traditional communist society 41. News exchange programmes 42. Concept of development 43. Parliamentary reporting 44. Accreditation of journalists 45. Prototype production 46. Satellite broadcasting 47. ESP of India 48. CBS of India 49. Feedback Mechanism 50. Barriers to communication 51. McLuhan’s Understanding Media 52. Communication and Culture 53. Propaganda 54. Noise 55. Stages of Economic Growth 56. Dominant Paradigm 57. Dance’s Helical Model 58. Effective Communication 59. Barriers of Communication 60. Verbal Communication 61. Two step flow of Communication 62. Effective Communication 63. Semantic Noise 64. Berger’s Uncertainty Theory 65. Hot and Cool Media 66. The Influence of culture on communication 67. The concept of feedback 68. Intro 69. Editing symbols 70. News values 71. First lead story 72. News feature 73. Features 74. An editorial 75. Private TV channels 76. Piece to camera 77. News bulletin 78. New Radio channels. 79. Basic shots 80. P to C & VO 81. TV Lighting 82. TV Studio Production 83. MCD 84. Auto strike in the Capital 85. Use of Subways in the capital 86. Public Transport 87. Brand Width 88. Information Super highway 89. HDTV 90. LAN 91. Law 92. Norms 93. Convention 94. Ethics 95. Defamation 96. Intellectual Property Right 97. Contempt of Legislature 98. Right to Information 99. Gulf News 100. International Herald Tribune 101. Toronto Star 102. Intellectual Property Rights 103. Press Registration Act 104. Prasar Bharti Act 105. Press and Human values 106. Pressures on the press 107. Media Ethics 108. Annie Besant 109. Sadanand 110. Pothen Joseph 111. K Rama Rao 112. Founder Editor of "UDANT MARTAND" 113. Bhartendu Harish Chandra 114. Hindustan Times 115. Aryavart 116. Aajtak 117. UNI 118. Al-Hilal 119. PTI 120. Pratap 121. Times of India 122. How would you cover a scientific institution? 123. Write a brief note on Indian Agricultural Research Institute. 124. Automobiles are the first sign of affluence. Critically examine it. 125. What are the key factors for evaluating a new car? 126. Consolidated Fund 127. Contingency Fund 128. Revenue Budget 129. Capital Budget 130. GDP 131. On-line learning 132. History of computers 133. Lithographic printing process 134. Wireless technology 135. Development Communication 136. Copyright Law 137. Working Journalist Act 138. Growth of Electronic Media 139. Opinion leaders 140. Language press 141. International news flow 142. Press Council of India 143. Registration Act 144. Parliamentary Privileges 145. Communication support for developing 146. Vicious circle of poverty. 147. Use of Media for development 148. Human Rights and development 149. Print Media 150. Traditional Media 151. Electronic Media 152. Public Relations 153. Editing 154. Radio news 155. Press and Human values 156. Yellow Journalism 157. Pressures on the press 158. Defamation 159. Media Ethics 160. Consolidated Fund 161. Contingency Fund 162. Revenue Budget 163. Capital Budget 164. GDP 165. Official Secrets Act 166. Democracy and press laws 167. Right to Information 168. Broadcast Bill 169. Bengal Gazette 170. Samvaad Kaumadi 171. Navjeevan 172. 1836 173. 1872 174. 1881 175. 8 columns 176. 6 columns 177. 2 columns 178. Kesari 179. Samvaad Kaumadi 180. Navjeevan 181. Print Media 182. Traditional Media 183. Electronic Media 184. Rural Economy 185. Weaker Sections of Society 186. Environment 187. 1889 188. 1905 189. 1923 190. Navbharat Times 191. Dainik Jagran 192. Rajasthan Patrika 193. 1991 194. 1995 195. 1999 196. Press India Bench 197. Parliamentary Information Branch 198. Press Information Bureau 199. www.indiatimes.com 200. www.india.com www.india-today.corn 201. First page 202. Second Page 203. Third page 204. Public Relations 205. Editing 206. Radio news 207. Portable TV 208. Portable Computer Telecommunication System 209. India Today Group 210. Times of India Group 211. Enaudu Group 212. PTI 213. ANT 214. UNI 215. Varanasi 216. Agra 217. Calcutta 218. Cultural Society 219. Public Relations Society 220. Broadcasting Corporation 221. Offset 222. Online 223. More than mobile phones 224. More than color TVs 225. Less than B/W TVs. 226. Defamation 227. Media ethics 228. News flow 229. Pressures on press 230. Account Management 231. Creative 232. Media 233. Positioning 234. Socio-Economic classification 235. Television Rating Points (TRPs) 236. Brand Equity Qualitative Research. 237. Feedback Mechanism 238. Barriers to Communication 239. McLuhan's Understanding Media 240. Communication and Culture 241. Propaganda 242. Noise 243. Stages of Economic Growth 244. Dominant Paradigm 245. Dance's Helical Model 246. James Silk Buckingham 247. Al-Hilal 248. Sadanand 249. Times of India 250. Press Council of India 251. Right to Information 252. Yellow journalism 253. Vernacular Press Act 1878 254. Curb the paparazzi 255. Make newspapers responsible 256. Safeguard the freedom of journalists 257. Ensure a free and vibrant press to defend democratic values. 258. Comprehensive layout 259. Type legibility 260. Halftone illustration 261. Graphics 262. Language press 263. Information Super Highway 264. Development Communication 265. Communication Research 266. Positioning 267. Socio-Economic classification 268. Television Rating Points (TR Ps) 269. Brand Equity 270. Qualitative Research. 271. "Publics" in PR 272. PR and Laws 273. Internal Communication Media. 274. AIDS 275. Communal Harmony 276. Pulse Polio Campaign 277. Violence against women 278. Style-book 279. Cross-heads 280. Five Ws and One H 281. Portable TV 282. Telecommunication System 283. Portable Computer 284. India Today Group 285. Times of India Group 286. Enaudu Group 287. PTI 288. ANI 289. UNI 290. Varanasi 291. Agra 292. Calcutta 293. Cultural Society 294. Broadcasting Corporation 295. Public Relations Society 296. Offset 297. Online Laser 298. More than mobile phones 299. Less than B/W TVs. 300. More than color TVs 301. Any English language daily born during the first half of the 19th Century. 302. The first news agency of Mumbai owned by an Indian editor. 303. The first Hindi newspaper 304. Bhartendu Harish Chandra 305. Act 306. Ordinance 307. Statute 308. Constitution 309. Copy Right Act 310. Working Journalist Act 311. Press Commission 312. Contempt of Court 313. Principles of Organization 314. Delegation & Decentralization 315. Staffing 316. Concept of Management as an art and/or a science. 317. Role of Print Media 318. Identification of Letterpress Printing Process 319. Screen Printing Process 320. Evolution of Print Media. 321. Trade Fairs as PR Exercise 322. House Journals 323. 10-point guidelines for Government Media Units 324. Social Impact of Advertising 325. Automobiles are the first sign of affluence. Critically examine it. 326. What are the key factors for evaluating a new car? 327. Consolidated Fund 328. Contingency Fund 329. Revenue Budget 330. Capital Budget 331. GDP 332. Style-book 333. Cross-heads 334. Five Ws and One H 335. Feature Agencies 336. Box Items 337. News Sources 338. Newspaper Language 339. News Values 340. The Front Page 341. Inverted Pyramid Style 342. Photo Editing 343. Style-book 344. Cross-heads 345. Five Ws and One H 346. Feature Agencies 347. Box Items 348. News Sources 349. Newspaper Language 350. Research process 351. Data collection methods 352. Stratified sampling 353. Questionnaire design 354. Planning a field based survey 355. Sign as the basic unipolar of message 356. "A photograph is worth a thousand words' 357. Morality and electronic media 358. Media Ethics 359. Editing Symbols 360. News Sources 361. Newspaper language 362. Privileges of Parliament : Cautions in reporting Parliament 363. Trial by the Press 364. News worthiness 365. Scoop 366. Defamation 367. Media ethics 368. News flow 369. Pressures on press 370. Page make-up 371. DTP Software 372. Johann Gutenberg 373. Primary colors for printing 374. The feedback mechanism 375. Opinion leaders 376. The role of audiences 377. Emerging information scenario 378. Barriers to communication 379. James Augustus Hicky 380. James Silk Buckingham 381. Amrit Bazar Patrika 382. Robert Knight Annie Besant 383. Essar SMS 384. Timex Alto ("The hottest little car in town") 385. Provogue (Fardeen Khan) 386. Clinic All Clear ("Dho Dhala”) 387. Whirlpool refrigerators ("Ice, Ice, baby”) 388. Role of Print Media 389. Identification of Letterpress Printing Process 390. Screen Printing Process 391. Evolution of Print Media 392. Mass Communication 393. Communication is a two-way process 394. Social Responsibility theory of communication 395. Shannon and Weaver model of communication 396. Developmental Communication 397. Language press 398. Information Super Highway 399. Press Council of India 400. Development Communication 401. Communication Research 402. Emerging information scenario 403. Two-step flow of communication 404. Interpersonal communication 405. Sampling design 406. Trade Fairs as PR Exercise 407. House Journals 408. 10-point guidelines for Government Media Units 409. Social Impact of Advertising. 410. Amrit Bazar Patrika 411. B.G. Horniman 412. Times of India 413. Mahatma Gandhi's views about Journalism 414. Account Management 415. Creative 416. Media 417. Positioning 418. Socio-Economic classification 419. Television Rating Points (TRPs) 420. Brand Equity 421. Qualitative Research. 422. "Publics" in PR 423. PR and Laws 424. Internal Communication Media. 425. Prototype production 426. Satellite broadcasting 427. ESP of India 428. CBS of India. 429. Basic shots 430. P to C & VO 431. TV Lighting 432. TV studio production 433. HDTV 434. Writing for the Internet Digital and Analog Technologies 435. Web based news 436. AIDS 437. Communal Harmony 438. Pulse Polio Campaign 439. Violence against women 440. Trade Fairs as PR Exercise. 441. House Journals 442. 10-point guidelines for Government Media Units 443. Social Impact of Advertising 444. Communication support for development 445. Vicious circle of poverty 446. Use of media for development 447. Human Rights and development 448. Act 449. Ordinance 450. Statute Constitution 451. Press and Euoks Registration Act 452. Working Journalists Act 453. Social Responsibility of Press 454. Contempt of Court 455. Conventions 456. Right to Information 457. Yellow journalism 458. Vernacular Press Act 1878 459. Verbal and Non-verbal Communication 460. Visual Communication 461. Culture and Communication Media 462. Official Secrets Act 463. Democracy and press laws 464. Right to Information 465. Broadcast Bill 466. Press and Hainan values 467. Yellow Journalism 468. Pressures on the press 469. Defamation - • e. Media Ethics 470. MCD Poll campaign 471. Auto strike in the Capital 472. Brand width 473. HDTV 474. Use of Subways in the Capital 475. Public Transport 476. Trace the development of cable TV in India. 477. Information Super highway d) LAN 478. James Buckingham 479. Commercial TV 480. Mahatma Gandhi as a Communicator 481. Maulana Azad as a journalist 482. Public Service Broadcasting 483. Press Council Act, 1978 484. Copy Right Act 1957 (Amendmntie Act to curb/prevent Video Piracy) 485. Working Journalists Act. 486. Comprehensive layout 487. Type legibility 488. Halftone illustration 489. Graphics 490. t-test 491. z-test 492. Covariance and correlation 493. SPSS statistical package 494. Types of mean 495. Defamation 496. Prasar Bharati Act 497. Official Secrets Act 498. Media Ethics. 499. Law 500. Norms 501. Convention 502. Ethics 503. Legibility of type composition 504. Pica scale 505. Display type 506. Centre spread of a magazine 507. Comprehensive layout 508. Type legibility 509. Half-tone illustration 510. Graphic

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