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CNN to report on Asia’s pollution crisis

CNN correspondents will report from across Asia on the most polluted cities in a half-hour focus on the continent’s environmental crises and the threats they pose to the rest of the world in Ill Wind: Asia’s Pollution Crisis. The special airs on 4 June at 4 30 pm and 11 30 pm.

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Cable TV channel sues Time Warner, Comcast

Heathrow based The America Channel (TAC), which is yet to start beaming, has sued cable conglomerates Time Warner Inc. and Comcast Corp. in an attempt block their $16.9 billion planned acquisition of bankrupt Adelphia Communications Corp.

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Zee TV to launch 'Johny Aala Re' on 5 June

After establishing its second position in the Hindi general entertainment (GEC) space, Subhash Chandra's Zee TV is now trying to replace a weak link in its scheme of things - the Monday to Wednesday 10 pm slot earlier occupied by Kam Ya Zyaada.

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NDTV Profit launches new show 'World Business' with John Defterious as host

NDTV Profit is launching a new business news programme called World Business, to be hosted by CNN Business News former anchor and editor John Defterious.

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Fifa World Cup to kick in €1.1 billion in profits

The Fifa World Cup, which kicks off in Germany next week, is on course for profits of €1.1 billion. The estimated €1billion cost of staging the event is far outweighed by revenues from the sale of media rights, sponsorship, merchandise and tickets.

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