India News kicks off special election news shows 

Series of election programmes will include daily debate show anchored by Deepak Chaurasia, Editor-in-Chief, India News

by exchange4media Staff
Published - Mar 14, 2019 6:02 PM Updated: Mar 14, 2019 6:02 PM

India News has kicked off a series of election news shows. From engaging prime time debates on critical political issues to covering mega political campaigns, analysing the electoral data and wide range coverage during the polling and counting days. 

India News will bring to its viewers a series of election news shows as part of Kissa Kursi Ka PM Kaun?, a daily political debate show with an insightful conversation between the political leaders anchored by Deepak Chaurasia, Editor-in-Chief, India News.           

The news shows will capture every update on the general elections, with daily shows like Loktantra Zindabad, a special political show which will narrate the latest happenings in the political landscape, while in Chunavi Reporter the team of India News reporters will travel across various constituencies to cover the ground reality and get an insight of the public opinion to gauge the mood of the nation. 

The reporter will also discuss the issues with the local political leaders. In addition, there will also be daily shows like Desh Ka Sawaal and 8 PM Special which will keep viewers updated on the political scenario in the country.        

Some special weekly shows like Siyasat Ka Big Boss will feature the main political leaders of 2019 general elections which will may impact in the upcoming elections. Nehle Pe Dehla – Takkar will be a live debate show which will address various political agendas between political leaders of various national and local parties. 

Teekhi Mirchi, an exclusive satirical politoons series, will be a funny take on the political battle between various parties with humorous and satirical videos.  

During these news shows, the India News editorial team will be doing extensive reportage on the general elections while the anchors and reporters will be doing special features and interactions with the political leaders during on-ground reporting and in-studio debates. They will also create voter awareness amongst the citizens of the country.   

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