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Network18 to feature exclusive interview with PM Modi

02-September-2016
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Network18 to feature exclusive interview with PM Modi

Network18 will feature exclusive interview with PM Modi tonight at 9pm, this exclusive interview comes at a time when the Prime Minister has been criticised for his silence on many issues, especially the ongoing Kashmir crisis and the Dalit atrocities. Though, Modi regularly communicates through his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ show on All India Radio, the PM has largely been select with his press interactions and this interview promises to be a comprehensive one that will touch upon all the subjects that merit PM’s intervention.

Modi’s latest interview on Network18 will be telecast tonight at 9 pm. The interview will be aired on CNN News18, IBN 7, IBN Lokmat, CNBC TV18, CNBC Awaaz and on the ETV Network.

The repeat telecast of the interview will be on September 3 at 9am2pm and 9pm and on September 4 at 9am12pm and 8pm.

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