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Times Now designs special programming to review NaMo govt’s one year

MUMBAI: English news channel Times Now has designed a special programming initiative called ‘Modi 365’ to review the NDA government’s one year in power.

The channel will raise the question ‘Have the Acche Din arrived as yet?’ through special shows and debates on ‘Modi 365’ through the week.

From 22 to 26 May, the programming initiative will give viewers in-depth overview of the performance of the Narendra Modi-led government.

Times Now editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami and his team will analyse the BJP government’s performance through various programmes and segments critically.

The questions that will be asked include the following: Has the past one year seen the PM’s most promised reforms move speedily? Have the NaMo policies for the masses being effective and beneficial? From banking to labour to general schemes to social security, how good or bad has it been?

Starting with a special primetime debate, the series will cover ‘Politics First: The Home Stretch’, followed by ‘Real Politik Special’, debates with experts. The programming will also have the ‘C Voter Opinion Poll’ on the Modi government’s first year in power.

The first debate with Goswami will be held on 22 May at 9 pm, followed by ‘Politics First: The Home Stretch’ on 23 May at 6:30 pm, ‘Real Politik Special’ at 7:30 pm, and the second debate with Goswami at 9 pm.

The third debate will air on 24 May at 9 pm and the ‘C Voter Opinion Poll’ on Modi 365 will air on 25 May at 7 pm. There will be a two-hour special with Goswami on 26 May at 9 pm.

The show will look at the hits and misses, the politics behind the big moves, the real issues that have been looked at, India’s foreign policies, and how or if they have worked.

The special programming and broadcast will see participation from ministers and politicians to bureaucrats and more.