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Zee, Hindujas plans to pick stake in Al Hind, Flak channels

13-December-2000
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Zee, Hindujas plans to pick stake in Al Hind, Flak channels

Zee and the Hinduja Group are in talks with the to-be launched Urdu channels – Al Hind and Falak—to pick up stake in them. The 24-hour free-to-air channels will begin operations in February 2001. The new channel, which would be beamed to the Gulf States, the US and the UK, already has a CEO and two joint CEO’s in place.

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