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Times Now & DuPont’s ‘The Power of Shunya’ presents the grand finale of season 2

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MUMBAI: After 14 weeks of showcasing inspiring stories of India’s most visionary companies and people harnessing the power of Shunya to achieve maximum progress, “The Power of Shunya: Quest for Zero”, finale episode of Season 2 will be aired on Times Now on Saturday, 13th December at 5:30 pm and on Sunday, 14th December at 9:30 am & 6:30 pm.



 

Power of Shunya, the award winning series, in its second year has unleashed some path breaking innovations to help solve India’s challenges and achieve the goal of “Shunya”- zero hunger, zero darkness and zero lives lost. This season consisted of 15 episodes, each narrating two critical challenges faced by emerging India. Season 2 showcased 36 pioneering innovations by various companies and corporates that sought to address some of the most pressing problems plaguing the country by finding practical science based solutions and suggested roadmaps for the same. The much lauded show comes from the stable of the Branded Content team at Times Television Network that continuously works towards creating customized marketing strategies and brand solutions for advertisers looking at developing their India specific content & communication plans.



 

The Power of Shunya series aimed to deliver maximum growth at zero impact and revolves around issues concerning varied segments such as Healthcare, Pollution, Waste Management, Water Shortage, Education, Workplace safety, Safety, Transport, Electrification, Agricultural Production, Nutrition, Climate Management, Green Infrastructure and Renewable Energy.

 

 

Hemant Arora, Business Head of Branded Content, ET NOW, TIMES NOW and zOom said, “Power of Shunya – Quest for Zero, Season 2 has been as exciting and impactful as Season 1. The show for two seasons has successfully provided a content led platform tocompanies and individuals to showcase some of the best innovations the country has ever witnessed. With this branded content piece on Times Television Network, we’ve created the biggest show on Indian Television that focusses on Science & Innovation and has real, social implications that will impact millions of viewers”.



“With almost 36,000 likes on Facebook, over 4,000 Followers on Twitter and over 10,000 visitors on the Microsite, Power of Shunya witnessed stupendous traction online generating a huge buzz on social media. India and Innovation were the two key hashtags that gained large amounts of popularity”, said Hemant Arora.

 

In the finale episode, the season will culminate in an hour-long roundtable discussion, featuring some of the companies and people behind the innovations who will discuss the concept of ‘Shunya’ and revisit the incredible innovations showcased this season.

 

The panel will comprise a mix of experts from different fields like Dipankar Gupta, Director, Centre for Public Affairs and Critical Theory, Shiv Nadar University; Gurcharan Das, Bestselling Author and former CEO, Proctor & Gamble, India; Ajay Sood Professor, Indian Institute Of Science, Bangalore; Dr. Devi Shetty Chairman & Founder, Narayana Health; Aditya Natraj Founder, Kaivalya Education; Ravi Kailas, Founder & Chairman, Mytrah Energy and Balvinder Singh Kalsi - President, DuPont South Asia and ASEAN; and moderated by host Manvi Dhillon.

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