Indian Museum Ship Vikrant

The film in a nutshell culls out the sterling role played by an aircraft carrier in the Indian naval history. This film beautifully brings to life the historical moments of an advanced battle ship of British royal navy H.M.S. Hercules induction into Indian navy during 1952 as “I.N.S. Vikrant” which later turned out to be the prized possession of our nation. And this film ends how this ship metamorphosed into a museum ship as I.N.S. Vikrant an all time maritime museum to preserve our naval history for the posterity.

Healthy Children - Strong Nation

Healthy and happy children create hope for the development of a strong nation. This film highlights how the Government of India has taken important initiatives like Polio eradication programme, Child Line Service, National Social Security programme and Mid-day meal scheme for the overall well-being of children and their bright future.

Diary on Bangladesh (INR)

This film on Bangladesh has been made from the many Indian News Reviews produced by the Films Division. Included in this film are the atrocities committed by the West Pakistani army on innocent civilians of the then East Pakistan, the mass exodus, the imprisonment of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the declaration of independent Bangladesh.

A New Dawn

This is a film on Dandakaranya, one of the many projects in India for the resettlement of displaced families.

A Glimmer of Hope

This film vividly portrays the distinct characteristics of Ladakh terrain and its rich Buddhist tradition. This is the story of Field Research Laboratory of Defence Research and Development organisation (D.R.D.O.) which has brought phenomenal changes in the economic & social development of this region.

Abode of Clouds

Considering the geo-physical isolation as well as socio-economic condition of this region it is necessary to extend wider exposure of socio-cultural and economic activities including tourism product of the state.

A Quiet Revolution

A film about the Jawahar Rozgar Yojana which was launched in 1989 with the aim to provide supplementary employment to the rural poor, here is a detailed explanation about how the Central and State Governments would provide necessary funds and implement the scheme in villages.

A Silent Art

A film is about the Indian pantomime - the art of gestures, movement and expression, where no spoken words are used. In India, the art of mime comes from Bharat's Natya Shastra, but its evolution as an art form for full-length presentation is of recent origin. This film presents an ardent exponent of mime, Jagesh Datta and the Jagesh Mime Academy established by him in Calcutta. This institute is affiliated both to the Central Sangeet Natak Academy and Rabindra Bharati University.

NM0014 : A Mission of Friendship

New York, July 28, 1982: The United Nations building on Manhattan Island. After arriving in New York on an 8-day state visit to the United States, the Prime Minister Indira Gandhi meets the Secretary General of the United Nations, Mr. Javier Perez de Cuellar. Talkie includes that of the Secretary General and of Mrs. Gandhi's. Back to New York on August 1: Mrs. Gandhi visits the Gurudwara in New York. Mrs. Gandhi, Rajiv and Sonia Gandhi took part in the prayers. On August 2, Mrs. Gandhi received the U Thant Award for Cultural Understanding between East and West.

A Growing House

A film focussing on the activities of the National Building Organisation (NBO) which attempts to provide houses for poor families in small towns and villages. NBO is engaged in developing low cost housing.