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  2. NTV (Indian TV channel) - Wikipedia

    NTV is an Indian regional Telugu News Channel launched in 2007 along with South India's first devotional channel Bhakthi TV. Telecast 24x7 and watched in many countries, NTV is one of the leading regional channels. With a tagline of 'Prathikshanam Prajahitham' NTV believes news is an important tool in heralding a change in society.

  3. 99TV - Wikipedia

    99TV is an Indian satellite television news network that provides 24-hour news coverage in Telugu language. 99TV was founded in 2014 and is currently owned by New Waves Media headed by Thota Chandrasekhar.

  4. T News - Wikipedia

    T News is a Telugu news television channel in the Indian state of Telangana. The channel is owned by TRS. The channel focuses exclusively on news, events, and culture of the Telangana. The channel brings up history, self-respect of Telangana. Its slogan is Telangana Gunde Chappudu, meaning The pulse of Telangana.

  5. TV9 Kannada - Wikipedia

    TV9 Kannada is a 24-hours Kannada language news channel in India. It was launched on the 9th of December, 2006. The channel aires hourly news, analysis of major news events and interviews etc.

  6. Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy - Wikipedia

    Jigar Ganatra of Mumbai Live gave the film a 3.5 out of 5 stating, "Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy Is Packed With Powerful Performances." [125] Haricharan Pudipeddi writing for Pinkvilla gave the 3.5 out of 5 stating, "Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy definitely needed a visionary filmmaker like SS Rajamouli to make it work even more wholesomely.

  7. Asianet News - Wikipedia

    Asianet News (formerly Asianet Global) is a free-to-air Malayalam-language news channel from Asianet News Network (ANN). has remaining stake and Asianet News Network operates as a subsidiary of Jupiter Entertainment Ventures (Jupiter Capital Ventures).

  8. Media of India - Wikipedia

    Press Council of India. The Press Council of India acts as a mechanism for the press to regulate itself. It ensures that the Indian press is free and responsible. If the press is to function effectively as the watchdog of public interest, it must have a secure freedom of expression, unfettered and unhindered by any authority, organised bodies or individuals.