Celebrate new year with NDTV

MUMBAI: Finally it's that time of the year when we look back at the year that was. NDTV, India's pioneering news channel, will highlight the memorable events of 2006 with a line-up of special programmes and shows in the last week of December.

Watch out for the newsmakers, the movers and shakers, the hits and the flops, the controversies, the events that dominated Indian and Global news on NDTV 24X7, NDTV India and NDTV Profit, starting December 25. “As the world bids adieu to the year gone by and ushers in a new year, we bring alive the most dramatic events witnessed in the year 2006, with our reporters' unmatched perspective and analysis. On the features side, NDTV 24X7 will continue to bring to its discerning viewers the most relevant and innovative programmes,” said Sonia Singh, Managing Editor, NDTV 24X7.


"The year 2006 has been a great year for us, a year to cherish...We have delivered some great news stories and we are all proud that our chat show 'Muqabla' won the Best Chat Show award this year from among a group of English shows. We aspire to give our viewers an equally exciting host of programmes in the year ahead and will stay out of sensationalism of news," said Dibang, Managing Editor, NDTV India.


"Business made, business lost...indigenous ventures gave the multinationals a run for their money while India crossed a few more milestones in global business. Year 2006 has witnessed these and many more on NDTV Profit. Crafted by the best talent in business journalism, NDTV Profit will bring our financially savvy viewers this year's developments and smart business tips for the New Year," said Shivnath Thukral, Executive Editor, NDTV Profit.


NDTV 24X7, India’s leading news channel, will bring its viewers a one-hour special “Highlights of the Year ‘06” programme on New Year's eve. This show will have a section on the juicy controversies, biggest indigenous joint ventures, strongest pictures, obituaries, Best Indian of the Year and a lot more. This will be followed by a half-hour special programme on sports and five different selections from its highly commended night-out shows.


Viewers can savour the very best of NDTV's acclaimed programmes like The Big Fight, We the People, Cricket Controversies, Walk the Talk and The Great Indian Tamasha.

NDTV Profit commemorates an exciting year of business and lifestyle through a series of special episodes of some of its hallmark shows. Starting with a one-hour exclusive programme called 'Top four stories of the Year 2006', it takes a sneak peek at the world of business for the coming week. This is followed by a special D-Street year-ender on the famous mergers and acquisitions of the year, titled ‘India on the prowl.’


NDTV Profit will also show special episodes of some of its most popular shows like Value for money, Good Food, Gadget Guru, Cell Guru and Money Mantra.


The excitement and festivity does not cease here. NDTV India, the acclaimed Hindi news channel will host a series of programmes crafted especially for the occasion, commencing from December 25, 2006, 10 pm onwards.


There will be thought-provoking programmes on terrorist attacks, legal procedures and verdicts, controversies of the year, a special show on how the movie Lage Raho Munnabhai recreated Gandhi in the Indian mind and a lot more...

There will also be special telecasts on the year 2006's biggest films, best sequels and remakes. So get comfortable and enjoy NDTV's 2006 retrospective before welcoming year 2007.

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