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A House of Your Own (Ghar Apna)

A film about housing shows the work done by the Housing& Urban Development Corporation Ltd. (HUDCO) established in 1970. HUDCO has developed a scheme which aims at providing housing facilities to the people in lower income groups.

India's Struggle for Freedom : Together forever

A film is taking us into the history which shows how Muslims also fought for India's freedom and how they felt that they were together forever. It explores history right from the 1857 revolt. On the10th May, 1857 Indian soldiers revolted in Meerut and marched to Delhi. The next day, Bahadur Shah Zafar was declared Emperor of Hindustan. He asked the Hindus and Muslims to join hands in their fight for freedom which was the best of all the gifts of God.

India's Struggle for Freedom - X : Parleys and Broken Pacts

This Part 10 of the India's Struggle for Freedom series covers the period from May 1930 to December 1931. In 1930, the historic salt march led by Mahatma Gandhi had a great impact on the Indian political scene. In June 1930 the Simon Commission Report was published. The Round Table Conference opened in London on November 12, 1930. Gandhiji and Lord Irwin held talks between February 17 and March 5, 1931. The Round Table Conference was a failure. Gandhiji left England on December 5, completely disillusioned. He reached Bombay on December 20, 1931.

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.

We Have Promises To Keep

On 26th of June, 1975 the state of emergency was declared by the late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. This film collects reactions of cross-section of people about changes brought about by the Emergency for their benefit. The film also includes an interview with the Prime Minister.

This Bit of That India

A film informing about training and research facilities available in India for foreign students.

Prime Minister Visits Assam and Meghalaya

The film showing the visit India's Prime Minister, the late Indira Gandhi to the north-eastern states of Assam and Meghalaya to personally see the progress achieved there under the 20-Point Programme announced by her.

India Independent

This film depicts India's prolonged struggle for freedom. It recreates on the screen the history of foreign rule in India for nearly two hundred years. The story of Indian patriots, from the time of the Mutiny of 1857 (the First War of Independence) to the martyrdom of Mahatma Gandhi is pictorially recorded.

For Freedom for Democracy

The film `For Freedom for Democracy' has been compiled from the various speeches made by the Prime Minister, Smt. Indira Gandhi, before and during the recent Indo-Pak conflict, on the colossal refugee problem to India and the fight for life and liberty by Bangladesh.

Evolution of Telephones

The telephone was first invented in 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell.Within seven years of its invention, the telephone exchanges were established in Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. By 1907,the central battery was introduced to replace the earliercranking practice. Automatic telephone came to India in 1914 at Simla. The Indian Telephone Industries (ITI) came into beingin 1948, a year after independence. This film presents evolution of telephones in India.