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NEW DELHI: CNN-IBN today launched two new programmes - ‘The Last Word’, and ‘News 360’.

While the first is a daily show aimed at getting to the heart of every burning issue and deciphering the day’s most important news, the second aims to present a complete news wrap of the day.

To be presented by the irrepressible Karan Thapar, The Last Word is a primetime show which will delve into the major headlines of the day, focusing on adding depth to the current stories.

The Last Word will have multiple guests on the show whose expertise will help in giving to the viewers an in-depth analysis of stories that made an impact across the country and the world. The show will be aired on CNN-IBN from Monday to Friday at 8 pm from tonight.

‘News 360’ will cover the top stories and all the news that has happened during the day. The fast paced news bulletin will be aired from Monday to Friday at 8:30 pm from tonight.

Lesser views and more news is the mantra of ‘News 360’, as the show takes the viewers across India and globe and will focus on news from all genres including, National, Regional, International, Business, Sports & Entertainment.

CNN-IBN Editor-in-ChiefRajdeep Sardesai said, “Karan Thapar is surely a man with vast experience and passion for truth. We really look forward to this version of The Last Word which will decode and analyze the daily news with the insightful perspective and sharpness of Karan Thapar.”

He added: “With the demand for holistic news covering every sphere of the daily news, ‘News 360’ will be the ideal show to bring forth all genres of news giving the viewers the entire days news wrap-up”.

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