Zee News announces wrap up content for the year

MUMBAI: Zee News bids adieu to 2006 with a set of programmes which will focus on major happenings of the year that made to the headlines.

The year, the channel notes, has pocketed some historical moments like decisions on Jesica Lall murder case, Parliament Blast Case, Priyanka Mattoo, Rahul Mahajan and so on.

To cherish the memories of the going year and to welcome the New Year, the channel has lined up some programmes like Naqli No.1, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, Astrology Show, Ramrajya 2007 and Little Champs ka New Year. Naqli No 1 is a mimicry show where a competition of chosen mimicry artistes across the country will happen. It will be shown in two parts. Judges will select the winner, who will be called Naqli No. 1 of the year. He will be awarded with a trophy and a prize.

Jo Jeeta Wo Siqandar is about the famous personalities of the year who, by persevering in their lives, inspires many people. There are going to 4 personalities who will be showcased namely Sourav Ganguly, Mahajan's family, Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt.

The channel's astrological show will have two astrologers who would predict the future of famous politicians, cricketers and film stars for 2007. Ramrajya 2007 will be a stand up comedy show by Laughter Challenge runner up Rajiv Nigam. He will present a stand up comedy on bringing Ramrajya in today's world. To welcome 2007, Little Champs are going to sing songs with a futuristic appeal. It will also show an exclusive recording of a special Little Champs event in Mumbai.

The programming mix of Zee News for New Year will also cover various celebration parties happening in different parts of the country on the night of 31 December

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