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CNN-IBN celebrates spirit of the cities of India in its series 'Eye On'

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The first city to be featured is Aamchi Mumbai





Mumbai: What is best for your city? Who is making your city proud? What is the agenda of its residents? All these and more questions will be answered by the people of India on CNN-IBN's new series "Eye on". The series will focus on cities across India. A week long series will cover various topics related to the city through public opinion polls, contest, online poll etc.

During February 20th to 25th, the first city to be featured on the show is nation's financial capital Mumbai. In " Mumbai Talks", every day one central question will be posed covering the issues that concerns Mumbai: from messy traffic to crumbling infrastructure. An online vote on IBNLive.com and an SMS poll will find that One Mumbaikar who makes all others the most proud. The status of the poll is revealed every day during 9 p.m. news and the grand Mumbaikar will be announced on Sunday, February 26 th.

The breakfast news will be special all through the week, served with a unique mix of studio and live telecast from a popular Mumbai early morning hang out joint everyday. 'Spirit of Mumbai' a visual rich miniseries run thru the week will reflect the never-say-die-spirit of the citizens - from Dabbawallahs to train drivers, to vada pav and pav bhaji kings.

"State of the city", the grand finale, will be anchored by CNN-IBN's editor-in-chief Rajdeep Sardesai along with a top notch panel and hundreds of Mumbaikars discussing over top 10 key questions.

"Eye on', a fortnight series, will also focus on cities like Bangalore, New Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata.

GBN, a TV18 Group Company, is a 74:26 joint venture between the TV18 Group and professionals ? Rajdeep Sardesai, Sameer Manchanda and Haresh Chawla. GBN's charter is to launch channels in the general news space under the editorial leadership of Sardesai, one of India's most renowned TV journalists. The TV18 Group is India's leading and most successful business news broadcaster in both English and Hindi.

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