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Broadcasting the excluded

Civil Society | Feb 5, 2008

A forum on mobile broadcasting threw up interesting ideas on how it can become a great medium of communication in remote areas.
Addressing a gathering of more than 100 representatives from the government, NGOs, CBOs and Civil Society Organisations, key note speaker Rohini Nilekani said, “Discrimination and exclusion are the prime culprits that have handicapped community voice,” she said.

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