For the third time in a row, film-maker Subhash Ghai has been invited by The International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences to represent India as a juror member for the final selection of the 35th International Emmy Awards in USA. Ghai said: "It is a great honour to be on the jury for the International Emmy Awards since the awards stands purely on merit, and is not ruled by commercial forces and trading favors. I wish we could have such awards with a fool-proof system here in India as well."The International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is the largest organization of global broadcasters with representatives from 50 countries on its board. It was chartered in 1969 with a mission to honour and encourage excellence in television programming outside the US through its awards. This year, the council is implementing a new method of final judging wherein it will gather top television and film personalities from around the world to participate.