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Choas At The Kendra – DOORDARSHAN STRIKE

Others | Dec 6, 1980

Bombay Doordarshan, that bureaucratic monolith, has now been in existence for just over eight years. Almost unremarked upon by the press so far for its gross ineptitude and mismanagement, it suddenly became the focus of attention early this month.

The Doordarshan Programme Staff Union (Dpsu) announced their decision to begin a massive strike to express their
various grievances.

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