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India cinemas ordered to play national anthem

BBC News Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()
India cinemas ordered to play national anthemIndia's Supreme Court says all cinemas must play the national anthem before a film is screened.
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The national anthem must be played in all cinema halls across the country before a film is screened and everyone present must stand to pay respect to it, the Supreme Court ordered on Wednesday.

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