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Frankly Speaking will be interviewing Secretary of Defense Nirmala Seetha Raman by Navika Kumar, who is the show's executive editor. The show, which takes place at Asia's busiest and busiest airport, Hindon Force Station, focuses on how the Indian Defense Institute's governing body has transformed the Indian Defense Institute's model. Krantibhoomi, a one-hour long feature led by editor-in-chief Rahul Shivshankar, will replicate 5 icons that were important in the fight for India's independence.
Maroof Raza will conduct specific face-to-face discussions with the winning companies of Param Vir Chakra, Capt Bana Singh, Subedar Major Yogendra Yadav and Subedar Sanjay Singh under the guidance of the advisory editor (Strategic Affairs). This show shows interaction with these myths about the extraordinary courage they show in the face of the adversities and their voyage of service to the people.
Through its selection of select shows, Mirror Now will concentrate on the expressive and free mind. This is my India, Mirror Now is a specially designed show that will show the travels of six people who have worked unselfishly for the welfare of other indigenous people and made a difference in our societies.
Verified, a new featured ad on the canal will include a specific Interview with Dr. Bharat Vatwani by the canal's Executive Editor, Faye D'Souza. Faye D'Souza, a urban debate highlight, will hold an exclusively open podium debate on the LGBTQ community's day-to-day struggle and its struggle against the constitutionalism of Section 377.
Participants in the discussion are Parmesh Shahani, Director of the Godrej India Culture Lab, filmmaker Onir, Dr. Prasad Raj Dendekar, Director of Radiooncology, Sir H N Reliance Foundation Hospital) and Vasu Primlani (Comedian).