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India Movie Theaters Must Play National Anthem, Court Rules

Newsmax Thursday, 1 December 2016
India's movie theaters must play the national anthem before motion picture movie showings to encourage patriotism, the country's highest court ruled Wednesday.
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News video: It's our duty to stand up when National Anthem is played: Randeep Hooda

It's our duty to stand up when National Anthem is played: Randeep Hooda 00:59

New Delhi, Dec 1 (ANI): Supporting Supreme Court's recent decision of playing national anthem before screening of films, actor Randeep Hooda said that it is one's duty to stand up when National Anthem is being played. Yesterday, sctor turned politician Paresh Rawal and Raza Murad have...

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