THE SPIRIT REMAINS: People all over the country pay their homage to the mortal remains of Jawaharlal Nehru at nation-wide immersion ceremonies. At Shadipur near Srinagar the ashes are immersed at the confluence of the Jhelum and the Sind Nullah by the Sadar-i-Riyasat, Mr. Karan Singh. In Uttar Pradesh, the ashes are immersed at various points. Large crowds recalling other days when Jawaharlal Nehru was present with them as they watch the Jumna take the ashes. Homage’s all over the country and ashes scattered. In Delhi at Shantighat where the body of Mr.

At The Helm

This T. V. film deals with Mrs. Indira Gandhi's role as Prime Minister of India since January 1966. It was meant to create a proper image of our Prime Minister in Japan before she visited that country in June 1969.

Therayattam ( Worship Dances of Malabar )

One of the oldest forms of organized dance worship in north Malabar of Kerala is the "Therayattam". The performers can improvise the dance to suit the occasion.

Indo - Afghan Ties

It is a record film on the visit of PM Smt. Indira Gandhi to Afghanistan.

You and The Blackout

The film depicts how in times of hostilities the general public can cooperate to effect a successful blackout. It clearly points out what a house holder should do to control lights in his home, on his motorcar, scooter or bycycle.

Vinoba Bhave, The Man

The film gives intimate details of the life and mission of the great scholar-saint of our times, Acharya Vinoba Bhave. The Bhoodan Yagna movement was initiated and is being nurtured by him. This covers voluntary transfer of land by land owners to the landless peasants.

Nyaya Panchayat

The film shows how people in the rural areas are able to get justice at a quicker pace and lower cost under the new dispensation of the Panchayat Raj. Judicial wings attached to the village Panchayat are a welcome substitute for law courts at distant places to deal with legal disputes.

A Two Minute Story

This short film surveys the rapid growth of broadcasting in India within the last few years. The radio was once the pleasure of a privileged few; today it is freely used by millions. In 1947, we had only six stations, but now there are 22 stations,

Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastris Visit To U.S.S.R.

The film covers the eight-day tour of the Prime Minister Lal BahadurShastri to U.S.S.R. in 1965.

Call of The Khedda

Here is the story of how the mightiest of mammals, the elephant is caught. The film shows the difficulties encountered in trapping wild elephants in the thick forests on the banks of the river Kabini in Mysore. Stupendous efforts required for successful operation of the 'Khedda' are vividly explained in the film. Catching the wild elephants is a risky job indeed requiring patience, skill and years of training.