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News 24 launches 'SUPER PRIME TIME’

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News 24 launches 'SUPER PRIME TIME’

After successfully relaunching in a bold new avatar from a brand new studio, News 24 channel is now ready with its power packed ‘Super Prime Time’ from 7 PM to 10 PM.

It will start with the channel’s popular show ‘Sabse Bada Sawal’ at 6.55 PM, followed by a new debate show ‘Rashtra Ki Baat’ at 7.55 PM and ‘National News Centre’ at 8.55 PM which will cover the day’s biggest political news and exclusive stories in a crisp format.

All three shows will be hosted by heavyweights of Indian television. Sandeep Chaudhary will host ‘Sabse Bada Sawal’. Manak Gupta will debate the day’s national issues in ‘Rashtra Ki Baat’. Sheetal Rajput who has recently joined News 24 from Republic TV will bring you the top political news of the day in ‘National News Centre’.

News 24 is clearly getting ready to cover the nation’s toughest political battle of all time in 2018-19. As we know, India will see the hottest political debates ever this year before assembly elections, also being called the semi finals before the big final of 2019. News 24 is probably the first channel to be gearing up already with a brand new studio, new look and new shows.

With 10 years of solid credibility behind it, News 24 promises to bring ALL opinions and voices to viewers so they can make the best possible choices. This is a commitment we made to our viewers 10 years ago and have done our best to always fulfil it.

In the world of super fast news, we at News 24 now also follow a new principle - Think First. Even one single word can have repercussions, so ‘Think First”.

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