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CNBC-TV18 lines up ‘Judgement Day’ for election analysis

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CNBC-TV18 lines up ‘Judgement Day’ for election analysis

CNBC-TV18 has announced its latest initiative for General Elections 2004 called Judgement Day. The show will be an all-day election special and will carry live updates, expert analysis and opinions on May 13. There will be minute-by-minute updates on the channel starting from ‘Business Breakfast’ at 7.00 am and the day-long related programmes will be peppered with panel discussions, opinions and analysis.

Judgement Day will encapsulate comprehensive, in-depth political analysis while gauging its impact on the economy.

The channel has lined up political personalities like Murli Manohar Joshi, Kapil Sibal, Abhishek Singhvi and Amar Singh to decipher and decode the elections results as they come in. There will be industry captains from all the core sectors of the economy providing analytical insights into the General Elections and the political and economic environment that is likely to emerge in the days to come.


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