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Impran Khan will be punished by India: Time Now - Pakistan

lndia is concerned about Imran Khan's possible win. Web Desk - India's press has accelerated the hatred of promising PM Imran Khan as Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leads 104 electoral wards. On one of India's top news channels, Times Now, an India performer said Khan's possible electoral win represents an extremely worrying for India.

Anker maintained the ruthless propaganda effort and added that Khan's only possible assignment was to punish India.

"So what? Say Times Now to Arnab's "Forced Reach" charge.

The Times Now and Arnab Goswami are bitterness ex-boyfriends. Time Now' s audience increase is "forced" and "not organic", claimed Goswami. Now Times Now has reacted to the station indictment by making fun of the accusations of its former celebrity presenter and editor-in-chief. It' fun to see Arnab develop tech points to defend against the loss of his supported stance.

According to the latest BARC viewer figures, Times Now has at last captured Republic TV, for the first consecutive year since the new Arnab TV station was launched. In addition, the station has assumed a clear leading role in the municipal sector vis-à-vis the Republic and is currently at the top of the list. Times Now's shares of the city of India are just over 3 percent higher than those of the Republic.

Times Now has a head start of more than 12 percent in metropolitan areas. Goswami said that the increase in Times Now audiences was due to the channel's ''forced reach'' approach. Says that Times Now is teaming up with wirelines to be the page to land on the net. A " Launch Page " indicates the TV station that will appear when the TV is turned on.

That range is not organically. Considering that "landing page" slot in wire harnesses are not inexpensive, Goswami basically accuses his former job Times Now of using his pecuniary power to change the markets and defeat Republican television. To enjoy the so-called "forced range", which Goswami Times Now accuses of, is just a better rate on the online program guides you can buy with cash.

When Republic TV is not able to spend that or conserve that amount of cash, it is really a win and lose call. Mr Goswami had said that the republic is still more beloved than Times Now, arguing that the audience spend much more than on his channels than on Times Now.

It had also argued that the phenomena of the "landing page" could be behind the Times Now mean period, which has been declining steadily over the last few month and was less than 4 min according to the latest reviews. Here is how Times Now reacted to Goswami on this point: Mr. Goswami had alleged that about two-thirds of Times Now reviews come from Chennai and Calcutta, where Times Now is supposedly connected to regional wire lines to become the pageland.

Consequently, he thinks that the figures from these emerging economies will increase Times Now's audience and bring it ever nearer to the top. Time Now has acknowledged to use its monetary ressources to achieve a "better rate in the online program guide". It has also brought counterclaims against Goswami and Republic TV.

This unusually high expenditure of time for the new canal comes from a number of special niche market segments, including Chennai. Both Times Now and Republic claim that the other's achievement is due to Chennai's dishonest results? Running for the number one British news station in India will not end so quickly.

From the looks of things, there will be no bitter in the once fortunate relationships between Arnab Goswami and Times Now. Please visit our India section for more storytelling.

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