TV Newsance is back, and this week we analyse TV9’s loony show on the lunar eclipse, which the channel thought could be a sign of impending doom with inputs from defence experts. Chitra Tripathi, back to Aaj Tak from her brief spell at ABP, also hinted at a dangal in the sky while her colleague Sudhir Chaudhary returned to his old tricks.
Meanwhile, as Himachal goes to polls on November 12, we look at some of the key concerns of voters such as unemployment, infrastructure, education, healthcare and climate change. The BJP, which keeps attacking ‘revdi culture’, is promising quite a few ‘revdis’ itself, while the Congress has turned the old pension scheme into a poll plank.
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