Tan Ki Chandi Man Ka Sona

Through a couple of poems penned by Sardar Jafri and recited by the matinee idol, Dilip Kumar, this quickie foregrounds faith in human labour that can sell silver of the body and gold of the mind.

NM0342 : Sarang - Symphony in Cacophony

Sub stainable agricultural research and natural guidance ‘SARANG’ is a forum for natural farming and alternate education at Agali in Kerala. The duo of Gopalkrishna and Vijayalakshmi are the leading spirit behind ‘SARANG’.

Legal Aid

Free legal aid to the weaker sections of society is enshrined in the Directive Principles of the Indian Constitution. As Justice Bhagwati says, "Every person whose income is less than Rs. 5000 per year is entitled to free legal aid from a panel of lawyers appointed by each Legal Aid Committee." This film presents some cases of individuals helped by this service.

Koi Bhi Ho

The film deals with a message of family planning that a daughter is as good as son. A family in India is considered to be incomplete without a ‘Male’ child. Through the example of Actress Mala Sinha, the film attempts to break this notion of society and emphasizes on capabilities of a girl child who grows up to take equal responsibilities as men.

Janata College

The film depicts how the Janata College scheme attempts to equip our sons of soil with an all-round education and to foster new attitudes in life, useful for the new social order.


The film shows how distribution of water has been regularised in northern part of the country. Such regularisation has helped farmers in getting adequate quantity of water at right time; which in turn has stopped quarrels for water occurring frequently before.

The Hidden Enemy

An instructional film appealing to the public to be careful in buying food stuff, medicines or any other daily consumable items because it can be adulterated. It shows certain methods of by which consumers can ensure themselves against such adulteration.

The Charter

The film describes the objectives of the United Nations Charter and the functions of various limbs of the world organisation.

Purushottam Das Tandon

A biographical film is on Purushottam Das Tandon, a fighter for India's freedom and for the cause of peasants. Tandon was inspired by the nationalists such as Gokhale and Tilak. His immediate guru was Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya. Tandon gave up his legal practice and plunged into the freedom movement. As an educationist, Tandon worked hard to spread adult education. He also fought for making Hindi a national language. He was elected President of the Indian National Congress after independence. The nation's greatest honour, the Bharat Ratna was bestowed on him in 1961.

NM0480: 11th SARRC Summit

The 11th S.A.A.R.C. (South Asian Association for Regional Conference) summit conference of heads of state or government of seven S.A.A.R.C. nations. India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanks, Bangladesh, Maldives and Bhutan were participated in Kathmandu from 4th Jan to 6th 2002. Terrorism was the prominent agenda at the Kathmandu summit. Apart from this the meet had also signed two conventions on regional arrangements for the promotion of child welfare in South Asia and S.A.A.R.C. convention on preventing and combating crime against trafficking in women and children for prostitution.