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Panelist and judge of the song and dance category, radio jockey Abhishek said he was very impressed with Ian Tocley's rendition of the Psy hit, 'Gangnam style'.
A radio jockey spoke to Headlines Today about the humiliation that she and her colleagues had to undergo on a daily basis.
The ministry in its latest advisory to the AROI, an umbrella body of FM operators, had said " vulgar and objectionable" contents were often being broadcast on several FM channels and some radio jockeys often used " indecent and offensive language".
Mangalore, Dec 11 ( ANI ): Bishop Denis Prabhu has urged the United Kingdom to release body of late Indian origin Jacintha Saldanha to her family for final rights, and demanded transparent probe to rule out fowl play following the death of the royal nurse treating Prince Williams's expectant wife Kate, after falling prey to a prank by Australian radio jockeys.
To use its name is such a callous manner shows the ignorance of the filmmaker and is just not acceptable," said popular radio jockey Kritika Rawat.
a radio jockey with aspirations of becoming an actress.
Balaji Brahmendra, or "Bali Brums" to his fans, a hugely popular radio jockey of the city's brand-new FM Channel "Voices from Heaven," to whom Neela listens (and sends e-mails) daily.
Bizarrely, it was a television talent show, IndiaEoe1/4aos version of American Idol, that fanned the fire of Gorkhaland last September, after a radio jockey in New Delhi called the ethnic Nepali winner a chowkidar or caretaker, a common term of abuse for people from IndiaEoe1/4aos northeast.