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National public radio broadcaster of India and is a division of Prasar Bharati. Wikipedia

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  • The radio station at the Rippon Buildings complex was founded in 1930 and was then shifted to All India Radio in 1938.Chennai-Wikipedia
  • The popular radio station was taken over by the local municipality and later by All India Radio (AIR) and moved to Bangalore in 1955.Karnataka-Wikipedia
  • All India Radio, the national state-owned radio broadcaster, airs several AM radio stations in the city.Kolkata-Wikipedia
  • Broadcasting stations of All India Radio have been established in five big cities: Dibrugarh, Guwahati, Kokrajhar, Silchar and Tezpur.Assam-Wikipedia
  • To communicate the exact time to the people, the exact time is broadcast over the national All India Radio and Doordarshan television network.Indian Standard Time-Wikipedia
  • Since 1974, there has been a short daily news broadcast on state-run All India Radio.Sanskrit-Wikipedia
  • All India Radio is a public radio station.West Bengal-Wikipedia
  • The government owned All India Radio (AIR) has been broadcasting from Pune since 1953.Pune-Wikipedia
  • All India Radio is a public radio station.Uttar Pradesh-Wikipedia
  • The available channels in Hyderabad include All India Radio, Radio Mirchi, Radio City, Red FM, Big FM and Fever FM.Hyderabad-Wikipedia
  • Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru addressed his countrymen over the All-India Radio saying:Mahatma Gandhi-Wikipedia
  • The state-owned All India Radio Ahmedabad is broadcast both on the medium wave and FM bands (96.7 MHz) in the city.Ahmedabad-Wikipedia
  • There are twelve radio stations in Mumbai, with nine broadcasting on the FM band, and three All India Radio stations broadcasting on the AM band.Mumbai-Wikipedia
  • There are government radio channels like All India Radio, Jalandhar, All India Radio, Bathinda and FM Gold Ludhiana.Punjab, India-Wikipedia
  • In 1957, Akashvani was chosen as the official name of All India Radio (AIR), the radio broadcaster of the Government of India.Mysore-Wikipedia
  • One of the earliest All India Radio stations has been operational in Lucknow since 1938.Lucknow-Wikipedia
  • All India Radio, the national state-owned radio broadcaster, airs Medium wave and Shortwave radio stations in the city.Thiruvananthapuram-Wikipedia
  • All India Radio (AIR) has a studio at Kadri (with frequency 100.3 MHz) that airs program during scheduled hours.Mangalore-Wikipedia
  • Bangalore got its first radio station when All India Radio, the official broadcaster for the Indian Government, started broadcasting from its Bangalore station on 2 November 1955.Bangalore-Wikipedia
  • The All India Radio is the only radio channel in the state that broadcasts on both FM and AM bands.Goa-Wikipedia
  • The city hosts several radio stations, including the state-owned All India Radio's Vividh Bharati, and FM 105.Patna-Wikipedia
  • All India Radio broadcast the special Sangeetharchana all over Kerala.K. J. Yesudas-Wikipedia
  • The radio stations include All India Radio and other FM stations.Haryana-Wikipedia
  • The city has four AM and 11 FM radio stations operated by All India Radio, Anna University and Suryan FM, Radio Mirchi, BIG FM, Hello FM, Radio City, Radio One among others.Chennai-Wikipedia
  • All India Radio also operates from Ranchi.Jharkhand-Wikipedia
  • Vividh Bharati, a service of All India Radio, has a long running Hindi radio-drama program:Radio drama-Wikipedia
  • The state-owned All India Radio is broadcast both on the medium wave and FM band in the city.Jaipur-Wikipedia
  • FM radio channels broadcast from Kochi are Rainbow FM (AIR) 101.9 MHz, AIR Kochi 102.3 MHz, Club FM 94.3 MHz, Radio Mango 91.9 MHz, Red FM 93.5 MHz, Radio Mirchi 104.0 MHz.Kochi-Wikipedia
  • It is an autonomous corporation of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (India), Government of India and comprises the Doordarshan television network and All India Radio.Public broadcasting-Wikipedia
  • In India, 1975–1976, these agencies implemented an experimental satellite television system, called the Satellite Instructional Television Experiment, with assistance from the Indian Space Research Organisation, and All India Radio.News-Wikipedia

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