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Committee under Amit Mitra will be critical for TRP – Ambika Soni

The Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Ambika Soni addressing the “Seminar on Anti-piracy and Regulation of Content- Legal Issues”


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Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Ambika Soni has said that the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting is in the process of examining a proposal regarding launching of a multi-media campaign involving all stakeholders against the menace of piracy. For the proposed campaign, the Govt. and the private sector would work in tandem to make the campaign effective. In order to refrain the people from buying pirated goods, celebrities would endorse the campaign to enhance its impact and outreach. The Minister stated this while delivering the key-note address at the “Seminar on Anti-piracy and Regulation of Content- Legal Issues” here today.

Elaborating further, Minister stated that a multi pronged approach was necessary to tackle the menace of piracy, taking into account the demand and supply equation. A solution was possible if both the demand and supply of pirated content was reduced. It was critical to position appropriate instruments and mechanisms at both the policy and implementation level to make piracy a risky proposition. In order to achieve the desired results, the deliverables had to be clearly earmarked on a roadmap that was implementable by all stakeholders involved in the process.

Regarding the issue of content regulation, the Minister said the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting set up a Task Force in Nov. 2009, with representation from all key stakeholders on the issue. Structured discussions have been held with all the stakeholders including business organizations, consumer groups, media experts and statutory bodies such as NCW and National Commission of Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) to evolve a way forward. It was necessary that civil society evinced confidence in the initiatives taken to redress the grievances vis-à-vis matters relating to content.

On the issue of self-regulation, the Minister stated that as a concept, the idea had to be effective in addressing the given concerns. As far as the technology initiatives were concerned, the Minister mentioned that the Ministry was facilitating the digitalization process. Taking into account the priorities, the Ministry was looking into a feasible sun-set date for complete makeover. The objective was to address the concern of all stakeholders and establish a roadmap in an enabling environment. A case-in-point was the HITS policy which reduced the cost of makeover for the analog operators in the move towards digitalization.

In her address, the Minister also referred to the constitution of the Committee under Dr. Amit Mitra on TRPs, which had been constituted in the backdrop of deficiencies in the present system of generation of Television Rating Points (TRPs) in India given its possible impact on the programming content of TV channels. The Minister said that the mandate of the Committee was expected to address issues related to accuracy, accountability, transparency and objectivity in the generation of TRPs. It was also expected to examine as to how misleading TRPs may not only impact broadcasters and advertisers but more importantly the viewing public. The report of the Committee would offer critical inputs in comprehensively examining all issues related to TRPs in India.

India and Poland Signed Cultural Cooperation Programme

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India and Poland have signed a cooperation programme in the field of culture for the years 2010-2013. The signing ceremony was held in New Delhi yesterday after the delegation level talks between the two countries led by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Prime Minister of Poland Shri Donald Tusk. The programme envisages among other things cooperation in the domain of disseminating information concerning cultural heritage of both countries. Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of protection and conservation of monuments between institutions and organizations. Each of the parties shall organize a two-week internship stay one expert from the other party’s country. According to the programme both the countries shall encourage cooperation in the scope of conservation of Stefan Norblin’s works remaining on the territory of the Republic of India.

Both the countries shall cooperate in order to prevent the illicit import, export and transport of ownership of cultural property constituting their cultural heritage, pursuant to legal regulations in force and to relevant international conventions signed by both countries.

Both the countries shall encourage direct cooperation between International Cultural Centre in Krakow and INTACH in New Delhi.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between museums on terms and conditions determined by relevant museums.

Both the countries shall support development of cooperation between National Archives of India and Poland, pursuant to direct agreements between them, in particular in the scope of organizing visits of archivists, implementation of common projects, exchange of information, publications and copies of archive documents constituting objects of interest to each of the Parties.

Both the countries shall support cooperation between National Libraries, in particular in the area of exchange of information and publications.

In the field of cinematography, both the countries shall support direct cooperation between institutions, organizations and other entities in the domain of film production, providing film services, exchange of films on commercial and non-commercial terms, organization of film presentation and participation in international festivals organized in the other party’s country. Both the countries shall support cooperation between association of filmmakers and National Film Archive of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support mutual cooperation in the field of visual and fine arts, including direct contacts between relevant institutions, in order to exchange exhibitions and organize visits of artists and curators.

Both the countries shall organize a two-week internship stay for one expert from the other party’s country in the domain of fashion design.

Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of dance, theatre, music, folklore with a view to present the most valuable elements in cultural heritage of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support presentation of musical pieces of composers origination from the other party’s country.

Both the countries shall support translation of literary works of their authors into a language or languages of the other party.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between art schools from both countries, in particular fine arts and theatre schools. All details pertaining to the cooperation shall be agreed upon by relevant schools and universities.
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India and Poland Signed Cultural Cooperation Programme

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India and Poland have signed a cooperation programme in the field of culture for the years 2010-2013. The signing ceremony was held in New Delhi yesterday after the delegation level talks between the two countries led by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Prime Minister of Poland Shri Donald Tusk. The programme envisages among other things cooperation in the domain of disseminating information concerning cultural heritage of both countries. Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of protection and conservation of monuments between institutions and organizations. Each of the parties shall organize a two-week internship stay one expert from the other party’s country. According to the programme both the countries shall encourage cooperation in the scope of conservation of Stefan Norblin’s works remaining on the territory of the Republic of India.

Both the countries shall cooperate in order to prevent the illicit import, export and transport of ownership of cultural property constituting their cultural heritage, pursuant to legal regulations in force and to relevant international conventions signed by both countries.

Both the countries shall encourage direct cooperation between International Cultural Centre in Krakow and INTACH in New Delhi.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between museums on terms and conditions determined by relevant museums.

Both the countries shall support development of cooperation between National Archives of India and Poland, pursuant to direct agreements between them, in particular in the scope of organizing visits of archivists, implementation of common projects, exchange of information, publications and copies of archive documents constituting objects of interest to each of the Parties.

Both the countries shall support cooperation between National Libraries, in particular in the area of exchange of information and publications.

In the field of cinematography, both the countries shall support direct cooperation between institutions, organizations and other entities in the domain of film production, providing film services, exchange of films on commercial and non-commercial terms, organization of film presentation and participation in international festivals organized in the other party’s country. Both the countries shall support cooperation between association of filmmakers and National Film Archive of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support mutual cooperation in the field of visual and fine arts, including direct contacts between relevant institutions, in order to exchange exhibitions and organize visits of artists and curators.

Both the countries shall organize a two-week internship stay for one expert from the other party’s country in the domain of fashion design.

Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of dance, theatre, music, folklore with a view to present the most valuable elements in cultural heritage of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support presentation of musical pieces of composers origination from the other party’s country.

Both the countries shall support translation of literary works of their authors into a language or languages of the other party.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between art schools from both countries, in particular fine arts and theatre schools. All details pertaining to the cooperation shall be agreed upon by relevant schools and universities.
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(courtsey: PIB)

India and Poland Signed Cultural Cooperation Programme

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India and Poland have signed a cooperation programme in the field of culture for the years 2010-2013. The signing ceremony was held in New Delhi yesterday after the delegation level talks between the two countries led by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Prime Minister of Poland Shri Donald Tusk. The programme envisages among other things cooperation in the domain of disseminating information concerning cultural heritage of both countries. Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of protection and conservation of monuments between institutions and organizations. Each of the parties shall organize a two-week internship stay one expert from the other party’s country. According to the programme both the countries shall encourage cooperation in the scope of conservation of Stefan Norblin’s works remaining on the territory of the Republic of India.

Both the countries shall cooperate in order to prevent the illicit import, export and transport of ownership of cultural property constituting their cultural heritage, pursuant to legal regulations in force and to relevant international conventions signed by both countries.

Both the countries shall encourage direct cooperation between International Cultural Centre in Krakow and INTACH in New Delhi.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between museums on terms and conditions determined by relevant museums.

Both the countries shall support development of cooperation between National Archives of India and Poland, pursuant to direct agreements between them, in particular in the scope of organizing visits of archivists, implementation of common projects, exchange of information, publications and copies of archive documents constituting objects of interest to each of the Parties.

Both the countries shall support cooperation between National Libraries, in particular in the area of exchange of information and publications.

In the field of cinematography, both the countries shall support direct cooperation between institutions, organizations and other entities in the domain of film production, providing film services, exchange of films on commercial and non-commercial terms, organization of film presentation and participation in international festivals organized in the other party’s country. Both the countries shall support cooperation between association of filmmakers and National Film Archive of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support mutual cooperation in the field of visual and fine arts, including direct contacts between relevant institutions, in order to exchange exhibitions and organize visits of artists and curators.

Both the countries shall organize a two-week internship stay for one expert from the other party’s country in the domain of fashion design.

Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of dance, theatre, music, folklore with a view to present the most valuable elements in cultural heritage of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support presentation of musical pieces of composers origination from the other party’s country.

Both the countries shall support translation of literary works of their authors into a language or languages of the other party.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between art schools from both countries, in particular fine arts and theatre schools. All details pertaining to the cooperation shall be agreed upon by relevant schools and universities.
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(courtsey: PIB)

India and Poland Signed Cultural Cooperation Programme

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India and Poland have signed a cooperation programme in the field of culture for the years 2010-2013. The signing ceremony was held in New Delhi yesterday after the delegation level talks between the two countries led by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Prime Minister of Poland Shri Donald Tusk. The programme envisages among other things cooperation in the domain of disseminating information concerning cultural heritage of both countries. Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of protection and conservation of monuments between institutions and organizations. Each of the parties shall organize a two-week internship stay one expert from the other party’s country. According to the programme both the countries shall encourage cooperation in the scope of conservation of Stefan Norblin’s works remaining on the territory of the Republic of India.

Both the countries shall cooperate in order to prevent the illicit import, export and transport of ownership of cultural property constituting their cultural heritage, pursuant to legal regulations in force and to relevant international conventions signed by both countries.

Both the countries shall encourage direct cooperation between International Cultural Centre in Krakow and INTACH in New Delhi.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between museums on terms and conditions determined by relevant museums.

Both the countries shall support development of cooperation between National Archives of India and Poland, pursuant to direct agreements between them, in particular in the scope of organizing visits of archivists, implementation of common projects, exchange of information, publications and copies of archive documents constituting objects of interest to each of the Parties.

Both the countries shall support cooperation between National Libraries, in particular in the area of exchange of information and publications.

In the field of cinematography, both the countries shall support direct cooperation between institutions, organizations and other entities in the domain of film production, providing film services, exchange of films on commercial and non-commercial terms, organization of film presentation and participation in international festivals organized in the other party’s country. Both the countries shall support cooperation between association of filmmakers and National Film Archive of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support mutual cooperation in the field of visual and fine arts, including direct contacts between relevant institutions, in order to exchange exhibitions and organize visits of artists and curators.

Both the countries shall organize a two-week internship stay for one expert from the other party’s country in the domain of fashion design.

Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of dance, theatre, music, folklore with a view to present the most valuable elements in cultural heritage of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support presentation of musical pieces of composers origination from the other party’s country.

Both the countries shall support translation of literary works of their authors into a language or languages of the other party.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between art schools from both countries, in particular fine arts and theatre schools. All details pertaining to the cooperation shall be agreed upon by relevant schools and universities.
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(courtsey: PIB)

India and Poland Signed Cultural Cooperation Programme

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India and Poland have signed a cooperation programme in the field of culture for the years 2010-2013. The signing ceremony was held in New Delhi yesterday after the delegation level talks between the two countries led by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Prime Minister of Poland Shri Donald Tusk. The programme envisages among other things cooperation in the domain of disseminating information concerning cultural heritage of both countries. Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of protection and conservation of monuments between institutions and organizations. Each of the parties shall organize a two-week internship stay one expert from the other party’s country. According to the programme both the countries shall encourage cooperation in the scope of conservation of Stefan Norblin’s works remaining on the territory of the Republic of India.

Both the countries shall cooperate in order to prevent the illicit import, export and transport of ownership of cultural property constituting their cultural heritage, pursuant to legal regulations in force and to relevant international conventions signed by both countries.

Both the countries shall encourage direct cooperation between International Cultural Centre in Krakow and INTACH in New Delhi.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between museums on terms and conditions determined by relevant museums.

Both the countries shall support development of cooperation between National Archives of India and Poland, pursuant to direct agreements between them, in particular in the scope of organizing visits of archivists, implementation of common projects, exchange of information, publications and copies of archive documents constituting objects of interest to each of the Parties.

Both the countries shall support cooperation between National Libraries, in particular in the area of exchange of information and publications.

In the field of cinematography, both the countries shall support direct cooperation between institutions, organizations and other entities in the domain of film production, providing film services, exchange of films on commercial and non-commercial terms, organization of film presentation and participation in international festivals organized in the other party’s country. Both the countries shall support cooperation between association of filmmakers and National Film Archive of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support mutual cooperation in the field of visual and fine arts, including direct contacts between relevant institutions, in order to exchange exhibitions and organize visits of artists and curators.

Both the countries shall organize a two-week internship stay for one expert from the other party’s country in the domain of fashion design.

Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of dance, theatre, music, folklore with a view to present the most valuable elements in cultural heritage of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support presentation of musical pieces of composers origination from the other party’s country.

Both the countries shall support translation of literary works of their authors into a language or languages of the other party.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between art schools from both countries, in particular fine arts and theatre schools. All details pertaining to the cooperation shall be agreed upon by relevant schools and universities.

(courtsey: PIB)

India and Poland Signed Cultural Cooperation Programme

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India and Poland have signed a cooperation programme in the field of culture for the years 2010-2013. The signing ceremony was held in New Delhi yesterday after the delegation level talks between the two countries led by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Prime Minister of Poland Shri Donald Tusk. The programme envisages among other things cooperation in the domain of disseminating information concerning cultural heritage of both countries. Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of protection and conservation of monuments between institutions and organizations. Each of the parties shall organize a two-week internship stay one expert from the other party’s country. According to the programme both the countries shall encourage cooperation in the scope of conservation of Stefan Norblin’s works remaining on the territory of the Republic of India.

Both the countries shall cooperate in order to prevent the illicit import, export and transport of ownership of cultural property constituting their cultural heritage, pursuant to legal regulations in force and to relevant international conventions signed by both countries.

Both the countries shall encourage direct cooperation between International Cultural Centre in Krakow and INTACH in New Delhi.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between museums on terms and conditions determined by relevant museums.

Both the countries shall support development of cooperation between National Archives of India and Poland, pursuant to direct agreements between them, in particular in the scope of organizing visits of archivists, implementation of common projects, exchange of information, publications and copies of archive documents constituting objects of interest to each of the Parties.

Both the countries shall support cooperation between National Libraries, in particular in the area of exchange of information and publications.

In the field of cinematography, both the countries shall support direct cooperation between institutions, organizations and other entities in the domain of film production, providing film services, exchange of films on commercial and non-commercial terms, organization of film presentation and participation in international festivals organized in the other party’s country. Both the countries shall support cooperation between association of filmmakers and National Film Archive of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support mutual cooperation in the field of visual and fine arts, including direct contacts between relevant institutions, in order to exchange exhibitions and organize visits of artists and curators.

Both the countries shall organize a two-week internship stay for one expert from the other party’s country in the domain of fashion design.

Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of dance, theatre, music, folklore with a view to present the most valuable elements in cultural heritage of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support presentation of musical pieces of composers origination from the other party’s country.

Both the countries shall support translation of literary works of their authors into a language or languages of the other party.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between art schools from both countries, in particular fine arts and theatre schools. All details pertaining to the cooperation shall be agreed upon by relevant schools and universities.

(courtsey: PIB)

India and Poland Signed Cultural Cooperation Programme

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India and Poland have signed a cooperation programme in the field of culture for the years 2010-2013. The signing ceremony was held in New Delhi yesterday after the delegation level talks between the two countries led by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Prime Minister of Poland Shri Donald Tusk. The programme envisages among other things cooperation in the domain of disseminating information concerning cultural heritage of both countries. Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of protection and conservation of monuments between institutions and organizations. Each of the parties shall organize a two-week internship stay one expert from the other party’s country. According to the programme both the countries shall encourage cooperation in the scope of conservation of Stefan Norblin’s works remaining on the territory of the Republic of India.

Both the countries shall cooperate in order to prevent the illicit import, export and transport of ownership of cultural property constituting their cultural heritage, pursuant to legal regulations in force and to relevant international conventions signed by both countries.

Both the countries shall encourage direct cooperation between International Cultural Centre in Krakow and INTACH in New Delhi.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between museums on terms and conditions determined by relevant museums.

Both the countries shall support development of cooperation between National Archives of India and Poland, pursuant to direct agreements between them, in particular in the scope of organizing visits of archivists, implementation of common projects, exchange of information, publications and copies of archive documents constituting objects of interest to each of the Parties.

Both the countries shall support cooperation between National Libraries, in particular in the area of exchange of information and publications.

In the field of cinematography, both the countries shall support direct cooperation between institutions, organizations and other entities in the domain of film production, providing film services, exchange of films on commercial and non-commercial terms, organization of film presentation and participation in international festivals organized in the other party’s country. Both the countries shall support cooperation between association of filmmakers and National Film Archive of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support mutual cooperation in the field of visual and fine arts, including direct contacts between relevant institutions, in order to exchange exhibitions and organize visits of artists and curators.

Both the countries shall organize a two-week internship stay for one expert from the other party’s country in the domain of fashion design.

Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of dance, theatre, music, folklore with a view to present the most valuable elements in cultural heritage of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support presentation of musical pieces of composers origination from the other party’s country.

Both the countries shall support translation of literary works of their authors into a language or languages of the other party.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between art schools from both countries, in particular fine arts and theatre schools. All details pertaining to the cooperation shall be agreed upon by relevant schools and universities.

(courtsey: PIB)

India and Poland Signed Cultural Cooperation Programme

India and Poland have signed a cooperation programme in the field of culture for the years 2010-2013. The signing ceremony was held in New Delhi yesterday after the delegation level talks between the two countries led by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Prime Minister of Poland Shri Donald Tusk. The programme envisages among other things cooperation in the domain of disseminating information concerning cultural heritage of both countries. Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of protection and conservation of monuments between institutions and organizations. Each of the parties shall organize a two-week internship stay one expert from the other party’s country. According to the programme both the countries shall encourage cooperation in the scope of conservation of Stefan Norblin’s works remaining on the territory of the Republic of India.

Both the countries shall cooperate in order to prevent the illicit import, export and transport of ownership of cultural property constituting their cultural heritage, pursuant to legal regulations in force and to relevant international conventions signed by both countries.

Both the countries shall encourage direct cooperation between International Cultural Centre in Krakow and INTACH in New Delhi.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between museums on terms and conditions determined by relevant museums.

Both the countries shall support development of cooperation between National Archives of India and Poland, pursuant to direct agreements between them, in particular in the scope of organizing visits of archivists, implementation of common projects, exchange of information, publications and copies of archive documents constituting objects of interest to each of the Parties.

Both the countries shall support cooperation between National Libraries, in particular in the area of exchange of information and publications.

In the field of cinematography, both the countries shall support direct cooperation between institutions, organizations and other entities in the domain of film production, providing film services, exchange of films on commercial and non-commercial terms, organization of film presentation and participation in international festivals organized in the other party’s country. Both the countries shall support cooperation between association of filmmakers and National Film Archive of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support mutual cooperation in the field of visual and fine arts, including direct contacts between relevant institutions, in order to exchange exhibitions and organize visits of artists and curators.

Both the countries shall organize a two-week internship stay for one expert from the other party’s country in the domain of fashion design.

Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of dance, theatre, music, folklore with a view to present the most valuable elements in cultural heritage of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support presentation of musical pieces of composers origination from the other party’s country.

Both the countries shall support translation of literary works of their authors into a language or languages of the other party.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between art schools from both countries, in particular fine arts and theatre schools. All details pertaining to the cooperation shall be agreed upon by relevant schools and universities.

(courtsey: PIB)

India and Poland Signed Cultural Cooperation Programme

India and Poland have signed a cooperation programme in the field of culture for the years 2010-2013. The signing ceremony was held in New Delhi yesterday after the delegation level talks between the two countries led by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Prime Minister of Poland Shri Donald Tusk. The programme envisages among other things cooperation in the domain of disseminating information concerning cultural heritage of both countries. Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of protection and conservation of monuments between institutions and organizations. Each of the parties shall organize a two-week internship stay one expert from the other party’s country. According to the programme both the countries shall encourage cooperation in the scope of conservation of Stefan Norblin’s works remaining on the territory of the Republic of India.

Both the countries shall cooperate in order to prevent the illicit import, export and transport of ownership of cultural property constituting their cultural heritage, pursuant to legal regulations in force and to relevant international conventions signed by both countries.

Both the countries shall encourage direct cooperation between International Cultural Centre in Krakow and INTACH in New Delhi.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between museums on terms and conditions determined by relevant museums.

Both the countries shall support development of cooperation between National Archives of India and Poland, pursuant to direct agreements between them, in particular in the scope of organizing visits of archivists, implementation of common projects, exchange of information, publications and copies of archive documents constituting objects of interest to each of the Parties.

Both the countries shall support cooperation between National Libraries, in particular in the area of exchange of information and publications.

In the field of cinematography, both the countries shall support direct cooperation between institutions, organizations and other entities in the domain of film production, providing film services, exchange of films on commercial and non-commercial terms, organization of film presentation and participation in international festivals organized in the other party’s country. Both the countries shall support cooperation between association of filmmakers and National Film Archive of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support mutual cooperation in the field of visual and fine arts, including direct contacts between relevant institutions, in order to exchange exhibitions and organize visits of artists and curators.

Both the countries shall organize a two-week internship stay for one expert from the other party’s country in the domain of fashion design.

Both the countries shall support cooperation in the field of dance, theatre, music, folklore with a view to present the most valuable elements in cultural heritage of India and Poland.

Both the countries shall support presentation of musical pieces of composers origination from the other party’s country.

Both the countries shall support translation of literary works of their authors into a language or languages of the other party.

Both the countries shall support direct cooperation between art schools from both countries, in particular fine arts and theatre schools. All details pertaining to the cooperation shall be agreed upon by relevant schools and universities.

(courtsey: PIB)
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