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Counting Day LIVE on News18 India and CNN-News18
New Delhi: As the nation awaits the results of elections in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa & Manipur, News18 India and CNN-News18 will present the most extensive counting day coverage on 11th of March. The channels have lined-up programming to bring the viewers up-to-the-minute election results across the five states.
The programming line-up on News18 India & CNN-News18 will offer a combination of live coverage, real-time updates and in-depth analysis of results with experts. The biggest newsmakers, the best anchors and the finest panel of experts will make News18 India & CNN-News18 the most sought after news destination on the counting day. The coverage will commence at 6 AM and will continue through the day.
The network’s team of anchors, correspondents, reporters and analysts will offer viewers unmatched access to the latest happenings and first reactions across the states and the country. Leading the coverage on News18 India, the formidable duo of Deputy Managing Editors- Kishore Ajwani and Sumit Awasthi will be joined by renowned experts like Professor Badrinarayan, Ram Kripal Singh, Na and Shesh Narayan Singh. On CNN-News18, Executive Editor Bhupendra Chaubey along with Deputy Executive Editor Zakka Jacob and Shereen Bhan, Managing Editor of CNBC-TV18 will also be joined by a panel of prominent journalists and political analysts like Swapan Dasgupta, Ajoy Bose, Vir Sanghvi, Patrick French, Pramod Kumar, K Yatish Rajawat, Vinod Sharma and Mani Shankar Aiyer, to bring the most detailed analysis of the outcome of the assembly elections.
In an effort to bring forth better insights for the viewers, the channels have also associated with Gramener, a data science company for this election season. Using data analytics to decipher data, the channels will make the counting day coverage and analysis far more comprehensible for the viewers.