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NDTV 24x7 gives viewers a platform to air their views with new show NewsNet 2.0

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NDTV 24x7 gives viewers a platform to air their views with new show NewsNet 2.0

NDTV 24x7 has launched a new show, ‘NewsNet 2.0’, at its 10.30 pm slot Monday to Friday, which explores all the hot topics that are currently exciting netizens across the world.

Hosted by Rajiv Makhni, ‘NewsNet 2.0’ is a series of special shows that would discuss topical, breezy and dynamic issues that have captured the world’s imagination. This show provides its viewers with a platform to have their say on anything from legalisation of marijuana, illegal movie downloads, corruption of the media, terrifying foods and cloned babies to tattoos that we all regret. Even bizarre topics like ‘iPhone can kill you’ and ‘drinking water can make you fat’ have room for debate.

In this world of video sharing, communities, discussion forums, personal blogs and social networking, ‘NewsNet 2.0’ provides a 360-degree vision of all the mediums that people use today to share their views on contemporary issues.


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