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Times Now brings back Amazing Indians

The series airs every weekend on Saturday at 3.30 pm & 10.30 pm & Sunday at 10.30 am & 5.30 pm

Times Now brings back Amazing Indians

The series airs every weekend on Saturday at 3.30 pm & 10.30 pm & Sunday at 10.30 am & 5.30 pm 

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | October 8, 2012

After a successful launch last year Mahindra Rise AMAZING INDIANS is back. This pioneering initiative celebrates the spirit of ordinary Indians with extraordinary tales of how they are changing India. The series is showcasing the work and lives of 3 Amazing Indians as news stories every week and in a feature episode every weekend on Saturday at 3:30 PM & 10:30 PM & Sunday at 10.30 AM & 5:30 PM.

This season of  Mahindra Rise Amazing Indians gets bigger and better with the addition of 2 new award categories (Indian at Heart and Together We Can), taking the total to 13 categories. The series will bring out the achievements of 55 Amazing Indians over an 18 weeks period.  Endorsing the efforts of those who strived to bring about a change, Mahindra Rise Amazing Indians will bring you the league of these extraordinary Indians from across the length and breadth of India.

“Speaking on the success of Mahindra Rise Amazing Indians and the beginning of this year’s edition, Avinash Kaul, CEO, TIMES NOW, ET NOW and zoOm said, TIMES NOW along with Mahindra Rise have chosen to showcase the extraordinary efforts by ordinary, yet amazing Indians that have brought about significant changes and are helping the society in shaping a new India of the 21st century. The overwhelming response to this series has strengthened our belief & commitment towards this endeavour.”

The journey of Amazing Indians series will culminate into a grand award ceremony honouring the exemplary efforts of our fellow Indians. The awards will be judged by a distinguished panel of jury members.

This weekend, tune in to three of the most inspiring stories of ordinary Indians with extraordinary efforts. Yvonne Lomax’s, an ordinary woman, whose sufferings inspired her to help others and shelter homeless people in her own house. This humanitarian gives shelter to the destitute and mentally challenged in her own house in Ganeshpur, Belgaum.

The show will also profile Poonam Bir Kasturi’s inspiring story of an ordinary citizen from Bangalore who’s making a clean difference to the society instead of simply turning a blind eye to it. Poonam Bir Kasturi has helped thousands in converting their kitchen waste into compost. Also, meet the amazing Sachidanand Bharti, an eco-savior from Uttarakhand who’s been mobilizing villagers to back the traditional methods of water harvesting to save the hills from the impending doom.

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