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Times Now on a wellness drive with new show ‘No Full Stops’

22-July-2008
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Times Now on a wellness drive with new show ‘No Full Stops’

Times Now recently added a new show on wellness, ‘No Full Stops!’, to its weekend line-up, which went on air on July 19. Keeping in mind the rising stress levels due to modern day living, the show aims to provide solutions on how to cope with everyday stress. The show would be aired on Saturdays at 7.30 pm, with repeat telecasts on Sundays at 12.30 pm and 6.30 pm.

‘No Full Stops!’ is a 13-part series and is meant for everyone who wishes to break away from the monotony of life and indulge in pampering oneself through accessible wellness.

Speaking on the show, Arnab Goswami, Editor-in-Chief, Times Now, said, “Wellness is not just a state of mind today, contemporary India wants to know more about it. ‘No Full Stops’ is a step towards that. The show will arm people with tips to achieve wellness amongst the not so good situation in today’s life.”

He added, “The show emphasises and takes one through ways of de-stressing oneself, balancing one’s physical, mental and spiritual needs and areas that are integral to looking after oneself. The viewers here have their choice, can identify a wellbeing issue and find a range of solutions given to it.”

Every episode delves into something diverse and fresh. Episode 1, which was aired on July 19, took one through the world of dance, which could do wonders to unwind and relax the mind and body. The show was anchored by Teejay Sidhu.

The show gives a holistic approach to physical, mental and spiritual wellness. Every episode aims to bring about a difference in people’s life by helping one live life in a better way through different forms like dance, games, yoga, and martial arts, among others.

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