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Times Now Prepares For Action Packed Year Ender

‘2010: A Year When News Changed’ with Arnab Goswami to focus on the big stories which impacted the country.

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | December 24, 2010

As the world comes closer to ushering the New Year, TIMES NOW, India’s most watched English news channel joins in the celebrations by showcasing a slew of programs compiling all the major happenings of the year gone by. TIMES NOW Year end package will be a complete recap highlighting the hits and misses of the year 2010.

‘2010: A Year When News Changed’ a special one hour show anchored by TIMES NOW

Editor–in-Chief, Arnab Goswami will focus on the big stories which impacted the country. These are stories where Times NOW took the lead and public pressure forced a change. A range of stories from IPLGATE to Common Wealth Games, Adarsh Society to the latest 2G Scam, aspects which impacted the National Agenda and created a new trend in responsible & investigative journalism.

The year gone by can well be remembered as the year which revived the glory of Indian Sports. An half hour special ‘2010: Best Year For Indian Sport’ with India’s leading sportswoman Ashwini Nachappa who will do a quick recap of India’s best performances at the Asian Games and Common Wealth Games.

Cricket runs through the veins of Indians. Call it religion, love or life; Indians are passionate about cricket, 2010: Best Cricketing Moments is a half hour show which will take a look at the defining moments from the game.

The TIMES NOW team looks back at the glamorous world of Bollywood. Watch 2010: Showbiz Hits and Misses, shining stars and shrinking sizes. The show will also focus on films which busted box office myths and set new trends. 2010: Biggest Showbiz Controversies will summarize the biggest scandals and affairs and the most unexpected turn of events for Bollywood in 2010.

TIMES NOW Year End special show ‘Total Recall Mohammad Rafi’ will celebrate the life of the ‘King of Melody’ and pay tribute to the voice that mesmerized thousands.

Kunal Vijaykar, anchor of India’s most loved food show, The Foodie, does the unexpected. Kunal lets the cameras into his kitchen and cooks a mouthwatering meal for his friends Boman Irani and Cyrus Broacha on the year end special Foodie: Dinner with Friends. Will he disappoint or delight with his culinary skills, watch the episode to find out.

Catch Auto Show Times Drive Year Ender do speed recap of the action packed year; the highlight of the show would be an irreverent but good natured set of fake car awards, featuring all the hits and misses of the year.

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  • pgyfr- 10 years ago

    Editor–in-Chief, Arnab Goswami does not have the guts to name his collegues and subordinates in touch with the suspected spy and lobbiest Radia. And of course why should he talk about the "PAID news"...afterall- ROZI-ROTI ka sawaal he!