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BSS: Bangladeshi and Indian state-run radios yesterday propelled a communicate trade program empowering crowds to tune in to Bangladesh Betar and Akashvani radio in both the nations.
Data Minister Dr. Hasan Mahmud and his Indian partner Prakash Javadekar together propelled the telecom program between Prasar Bharati and Bangladesh Betar.
“Bangladesh Betar is presently being heard across India while Akashvani, additionally now could be heard in Bangladesh,” a Bangladesh data service explanation said.
It said a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was marked between the two state-run radios in April 2018 with respect to broadcasting projects of Bangladesh Betar, yet it was not executed for such a long time. Authorities acquainted with the improvement said audience members of both the nations, particularly the individuals in Tripura and West Bengal, would have the option to hear Bangladesh Betar’s projects presently while resting of India through utilizing DTH (Direct to Home) administration.
They said the individuals of Kolkata could now tune in to the Bangladesh Betar programs tuning FM 100.1 megahertz through Akashvani Channel while individuals of Agartala could hear it tuning FM 101.6 megahertz. The Betar programs could likewise be heard in India from 7.30 am to 9.30 am and 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm through Akashbani applications and DTH also.
The crowd of Akashvani, otherwise called All India Radio, in Bangladesh, could hear the Indian radio projects tuning FM 108 megahertz.
They said audience members from over the globe would likewise have the option to appreciate Bangladesh Betar’s projects by downloading www.newsonair.com applications starting now and into the foreseeable future.
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