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The Times Now is partially in Hinglish. Is TRAI going to respond? We are now hearing that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India and BARC have been receiving a Times Now appeal that is going to distribution partners to include them in the Hindi gender of the EPG. Whilst one may wonder that the canal will be the losing canal, since no Hindi observer will turn to it, the real thing is that it will actually help extend the range of the canal.

It also has an effect on the ad front as advertisers are paying top dollar for their slot in the UK prime newscast. And we tried to get to Times Now's Corporate Communications through Whatsapp to confirm the development. Meanwhile, Times Network is said to have postponed the schedules of its hingeddi channel and is currently reliant on the early-bird hinged ipso facto tape to dice its messages with a little hingeddi.

For example, a few weeks ago we found a lunchtime bulletin with Hindi and English news on it. Maybe it would be good for a whole new kind of thing named Hinglish or Engdi. At the moment, our source tells us that TRAI was not as fast on its feet on this issue as it had been on other topics in the past.

The Times Now is faced with a certain amount of hot weather since Arnab Goswami was defeated in November 2016. Even though it did not fall into obscurity and was a good No. 2 and was quite highly valued with some cuts, it has still dropped the statute of numouno to the Republic. Although it was successful with Mirror Now, there is the opinion that it should concentrate its energy on only one canal.

Now that Anand Narasimhan is gone - images of a parting with his 22:00 crew posed on Instagram, there is another gap the canal has. For whatever reasons, and if he actually joins CNN-News18 , the canal will have to create a whole new face. Returning to the Hinglishification of Times Now, we believe it is important that, before the TRAI takes action or the courts intervene in this issue, the News Broadcasters Association encourages its members to meet and have clear basic principles.

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