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Times Now, the British news broadcaster, along with other Times Network service providers, was compelled to quit after a major fire in its Mumbai office. Kamla Mills Compound in Mumbai, which contains not only TV stations but also more than three tens of high-end dining and drinking establishments, has killed 15 and injured 21 others.
Whilst some of the ducts have re-started broadcast in India, the global stream is still off-air, with Great Britain/Europe included. Times Now is available on Sky Canal 576 in the UK. The Times Network channel movie now, movie now HD, MNX HD, MN+ HD, MNX, Romedy now, Romedy now HD and Zoom are still not transmitting due to serious damages to the infrastructures.
The Times Now starts next in the UK and Europe.
India's 24/7 news broadcaster Times Now enters the UK as part of the Sky DTH package. By next year, the station is planning to introduce the station in other major EU countries, such as France and Germany. M. K. Anand, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Executive Officer of Times Network, said in launching Times Now, "Times Now had a fantastic trip to India, where it has been a leading news company in England for seven years.
Times Now's resounding popularity among audiences here has prompted us to bring it to Indians living abroad who want to keep up with all the important news of their nation and its increasing importance in the underworld. "Times NOW is not just another British news station starting in Britain," said Arnab Goswami, news editor and chief editor of Times Now and ET Now.