Expressing his satisfaction over good friendly relations between India and his country, the ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina HE Zeljko Janjetovic hinted at the possibility of the exchange visits of the journalist of these two countries in the near future. The ambassador of this tiny southern European country was addressing the students of Asian Academy of Film & TV after releasing a book published by the documentation division of the academy in association with the International Film & Television Research Centre. Earlier congratulating Prof. Sandeep Marwah on establishing the first Film University of India which may well be a successor to Nalanda & Taxila, the former Indian diplomatic B.P. Agarwal expressed his concern over present strife and turmoil in the Asian region. He strongly pleaded for the formation of the Asian Union on the lines of the European Union which has resulted in peace and prosperity in that region. Sharing his thoughts with the students, senior bureaucrat Mr. Tanvir Zafar Ali advised them to be above all a good human being. Addressing the students on this occasion, the President of the Cable TV Operators Association Mrs. Roop Sharma mentioned that the twenty thousand crore rupees Indian television industry has generated unprecedented and unlimited opportunities to work for the creative persons and doing business for the others.