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 I look at an India Today that is always creating India Tomorrow: Aroon Purie
As Headlines Today, the English news channel of the India Today Group, is reborn as India Today Television, the company looks to draw on ethos of legacy mother brand to enhance credibility, offer seamless delivery of news across different media, devices and platforms
 Mindshare wins new business in excess of Rs 700 crore over last four months
The wins include Snapdeal's digital mandate, media mandate for PayU, Saavn, Practo, Housing.com, NewsHunt, Novi Digital Entertainment, TTK Skore among others
 <font color=red>1 Year of Modi Govt: </font>Make In India, ReInvest 2015, see massive support on social media
As the Modi government approaches one year in power, we take a look at two of their most talked about initiatives and the buzz they generated on social media
 Total loss for Hindi GECs remains at 15% compared to pre-IPL week 14
Total TV viewership saw a minor drop of 02%, according to TAM data
 R K Arora joins Zee Media Corporation as COO
He will handle all the channels under ZMCL which includes Zee News, Zee Business, as well as other regional channels
 <font color=red>1 Year of Modi Govt: </font>Modi initiates the great image makeover of 'Brand India'
From 5 Ts and 3 Ds to highly ambitious projects like Clean India, Digital India and Make In India, we take a look at what the Modi govt has done to change the image of India in the eyes of the world
 <font color=red>1 Year of Modi Govt: </font>Social media remains at the heart of PM's govt
Besides the conversations around government-driven initiatives, social media was abuzz all year, critically following PM Modi’s every move. There has been a lot of organic buzz that was created on social media during the past year
 LinTeractive wins digital mandate for Dr Agarwal's Eye Hospital
LinTeractive has unveiled #Dare2Stare, an online initiative to encourage people for eye donation
 #ModiKiMedia trends as tweeps accuse Indian media of being 'biased'
There was an outpouring on Twitter from people who alleged that the Indian media has gone to every possible extent to hide the failure of the Modi Government