Times Now News Channel Office Address, Phone Numbers, Email ID

Check out Times Now News Channel contact details. It includes office address, phone number, fax number, email Id etc. details with reference of the official website of the News Channel.

Times Now is one of the leading 24-hour English news channels. It was launched in 2006 by Times Global Broadcasing Company Limited, a joint-venture of The Times Group and Reuters. This news channel is distributed by Media Network and Distribution (India) Limited. Some of its associated or sister channels are Zoom, ET Now and Movies Now which also comes under Times Group. Times Now News Channel’s slogan is “Always with the news”.

This was the brief introduction of the English news channel “Times Now” and now we are going to avail you the contact details of the channel. Mr. Arnab Goswami is the Editor-in-Chief of Times Now channel.

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Times Now News Channel India SMS Number: 58888

If you want to subscribe the subscription pack of Times Now then you can message on the above number. You can message them in a format we are mentioning below:

For Airtel, Relience, Loop, BSNL & MTNL users

Type “TNSUB TN” and message it to “58888”

For Tata Docomo users

Type “TNNEWS” and message it to “58888”

Times Now News Channel India Corporate Office Contact Details

If you are willing to contact the Corporate Office of Times Now in India then you can use the contat information we are providing here which includes Times Now channel full address, office telephone number, fax number, e-mail addresses with the official website of the channel.

Times Now Office Address : Times Now, Times Global Broadcasting Company Limited, Trade House, 1st Floor, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai 400013, India.

Times Now Phone Number: +91-22-24999944

Times Now Fax Number: +91-22-24931341

Times Now E-Mail ID : info@timesnow.tv

Above mail address is for the enquiries related to media, channel and feedbacks.

Ad Sales Enquiries Mail Address : adsales@timesnow.tv

Official Website: www.timesnow.tv

Important Links

Jobs : www.timesnow.tv/articleshow/4211422.cms
This link is for the willing people wants to do job in Times Now.

Affiliate Networks : www.timesnow.tv/articleshow/4211421.cms
This link will take you to information related to Affiliate Networks of Times Now.

Complaint Redressal: www.timesnow.tv/articleshow/4323568.cms
This link is for Complain Redressal provided by Times Now.

Feedback: www.timesnow.tv/articleshow/4211409.cms
This link is for the valuable feedbacks from the viewers of Times Now.

Advertisement: www.timesnow.tv/articleshow/4211424.cms
This link is for businesses who want to advertise with Times Now.

Hence we have provided the knowledge about the Times Now and its contact information and for more you can visit the official website of the channel mentioned above.

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  • Brigadier Ravi Muniswamy December 21, 2017, 7:40 am

    How do i take part in the writing articles for the group. As i have wealth of knowledge in the Department of Defence Production and the coterie of people working to degrade the National Security.

  • ASHOK KEDIA December 12, 2017, 8:48 am


  • Lakshminarayanan Raju September 29, 2017, 11:19 am

    Can you please share your mail ID, I wish to share a snapshot of my proposal with regards to women empowerment

  • Rejaul August 19, 2017, 6:01 am

    Tmc ripit

  • Ditz Jacob August 15, 2017, 6:03 am

    Date : 14/08/2017
    As my friends are running multi model restaurant under one GST number. Which includes bakery, sweet stall, Darshini type Non AC self service, Non AC Service hall,  AC restaurant, Non Ac Party hall, AC party hall, out door food catering, & Take away counter.
      For the above combo, the applicable % of GST slabs are given below;
    1)      Bakery;  0% for bread, Pastry 28%,
    2)      Sweet counter ; Mixture 12%, Sweets 5%,
    3)      Self service Non AC 12%
    4)      Ac dining at  18%,
    5)      ODC 18%,
    6)      Non AC Party hall -12%, 
    7)      AC party hall 18%
    8)      Take away 12%.
    With reference to the central Govt clarification in todays news paper; “any restaurant with any of the part having AC function will have to charge 18% for all outlets including Non -Ac sections & take away”.
    Now for Multi restaurant model business, how can a  customer pay 18% GST for having food in the non AC section or Darshini / take away ??
    Example :
    1) At bakery poor customers buy bread at 0% GST, now how to go about charging the customer 18% GST ??
    2) At Darshini, customer is questioning as to why he has to pay 18% for the all the food he had at non Ac standing service & take away?? And it is not logic also.
    3) At star hotels Govt has given 28%  GST on rooms, and now Govt has made an amendment and they can charge 18% GST for rooms under 7500 tariff. Hence why can not the same logic apply for Darshini hotels?? and save poor people’s money& unlike for Bar & restaurant which is a luxury item.
    4) Initially same issue was handled during introduction of service tax, as “any restaurant with any of the part having AC function will have to charge ST for all outlets including Non -Ac sections & take away”. Later, GOVT made an amendment and said “Service tax only applicable for the section where AC is functioning in the building”.  
    Please think about if the Govt made compulsory to levy 18% GST as per today’s news paper, 90% of the Darshini in Bangalore are having AC – non AC – Sweets -Bakery combination. They will come out with 2 plans:
    1) Remove air conditions in restaurant where they have done the interior with all amenities required for AC.
    2) Charge 18% for all other non Ac sections, which will obviously cause grave effect on the sales. We can not compete with other Darshini and road side outlets which are not under GST, below 20 lac turnover a year group, and the COT  below 75 lac turnover a year group.
    The production and usage of unbranded food items will increase as people gets misguided with the significant change in pricing between Darshini whish are registered under GST & Darshini which are unregistered or under COT.
    Now the customers are already troubled with the introduction of GST, are put into more difficulty by forcing them to pay up 18% GST for daily Darshini food/ snack.
    I hereby request you to have a debate amongst the hotel association & commissioner – GST & take positive action on the above.
    Thanks & Regards,
    Well wisher


  • Major B A Nanjappa (Rtd) August 8, 2017, 5:24 am

    Dear Sir Rahul/ Madam Navika.
    Want to know how to contact you. Kodagu a district in Karnataka also called Coorg is being methodically destroyed and with it the death of a River Called Cauvery. R. Cauvery caters for 8 Crore people of Deccan Plateau. If Times now doesn’t take cognisance, there will be lacs of farmers suicides every week in a couple of years. Please help us crusaders.
    Maj Nanjappa

  • savitha July 10, 2017, 4:09 am

    Dear sir,
    I savitha suffering a lot from big bazaar of bangalore already .i have given message through local channel TV9 so pls help me in this matter i have every proof mails & telephone conversion .All ready i ad called bangalore office of times now but no proper responce please i have 2 children its an harresement case i need the truth. Please help me in this matter.

  • M.K.SALIM June 6, 2017, 2:20 pm

    This is in reminder for my letter to u in Jan.30. 2017, for which u have not responded, why? i m a constant viewer of yur T.V. This deep sea Loot case is a bigger scam than 2.G or coal scam. Times of India cochin edition had carried the news. The final judgement will be out on 14th . June.2017. The loot of our sea wealth is going on for the past 5 decades by the Indian companies owning foreign deep sea trawlers . It has been proved before the High court that all these companies are proxy companies belonging to high politicians and ministers n benami names acting as money laundering companies and entitities for the foreign firms . The court has already issued 4 interim orders allowing my prayer to probe this case by a joint team consisting of C.B.I. , N.I.A. E.D. and C.V. and also stated that the security of this country is at stake especially in the territorial sea waters.

  • V.Senthil June 3, 2017, 12:33 pm

    I would like to Have a complaint againt you about the debate you are conducting here “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gu2O9tCPpcQ”. You are misdirecting the People’s of India about its Independence History and Independence Points.
    India has right to control people’s food because it got Independence after showing “food points” in front of British. Are you going to allow British to control our People or we have to control our people.

  • Mahendra Sheth May 15, 2017, 4:01 pm


  • Munot V.C. April 7, 2017, 11:19 am

    People of India should take a “Dharna” movement like Jalikattu in front of Parlment, Police and Supreme Court against Highhandedness, arrogance and Shameful act of Gunda Gaikwad. Times Now should not hold back on this serious issue and with the help of some Activists and Shri. Anna Hajare take this matter to it’s logical end since Goon Gaikwad had attempted to throw the employee of Air India out of the aircraft which is an attempt to murder. The arrogance of Shivsena is not at all a party for the people but is a Group of Terrorist. Please do something.

  • Sum an Talwar February 28, 2017, 5:22 pm

    I am writing this to you from Canada. I watch the times now debates and find it ridiculous form of debating…it is more like vegetable selling in a wholesale market. Use of language on national tv is appalling. The debates seem one sided towards the ruling political party or the government. If this be so then suggest discontinue. The volume of debates is so high that may make me or family deaf. The subjects chosen for debating is just absurd.
    It was Arnab now it is Narshiman and Navika and Tima and Tanvi.

    There should be a regulatory body to check content and procedure, proceedings of debates on your channel.
    We as Indians living abroad look forward to Indian news channels to learn about india and teach our children Indian values, but when we listen to such debates, we are hesitant to let our children watch.

  • aston February 3, 2017, 3:53 am

    Major fire in Sterling Chemicals Ltd, Dahej GIDC. Heavy casualties reported.45 lost there life in goa

  • M. K. Salim January 30, 2017, 2:08 pm

    Attn. Navika Nair.
    I had filed a P. i.L.in Kerala highcourt against the sea loot by foreign trawlers owned by Indian companies. The respondents r R. B. I. M. p E D A.
    Indian coastguard. Union ministry of agriculture. . . The loot of our sea wealth is going on for decades and no govt bodies had any records of the fish catch by these trawlers. RBI has no records even of mid sea transhipments to. Other foreign trawlers. It is estimated five hundred million U.S. dollars fish I’d being caught from our Arabian sea. Next hearing of the Cade is on sixth of February. 2017.in the Chief Justice div. Bench. It is going to be a historic Case and judgment which implicated Governor. R. B. I. and other high profile central government officers. Pose ask your Kerala reporter to report the case. My mob. No. 9567011374.


  • Abdul aziz kolkata January 28, 2017, 7:35 am

    Last Day in your Channel a lady panelist said that sum one alleged Prophet Muhammad was a liar. It is written in Holy Quran. That is Totally Falls and misguided. There is nothing such thing in Quran. Even the enemy called Prophet of Islam Ameen that means a man of trust worthy. let me say you are promoting Taslima Nasreen in India is not good for our country because she is writing and publishing abusive language against Islam, Quran and the prophet of Islam. She is also interfering in affairs of India although she is non citizen. Pleas read her book “Dwikhon Dito”. You will get an idea about her. So I request you don’t play with fire.

  • Urmila Kamat January 24, 2017, 7:29 am

    The Editor-in-chief

    Dear Sir / Madam,

    SUB:- Non-Functional Judiciary – Rise of Criminals – Plight of Ordinary Citizens.

    Our successive governments have systematically choked the judiciary. As a result our Justice Delivery systems has failed miserably to deliver justice to ordinary citizen.

    Take the example of Bombay High Court. Lakhs of Civil cases of ordinary citizen are lying pending for years in PROVISIONAL BOARDS awaiting judges for years to take them up. In the meantime the litigant dies awaiting justices and the goondas, land grabbers, criminals (may be politicians) keep on enjoying the properties of law abiding citizen. After paying hefty court fees from their life savings, litigants will have to mention the urgency of their case before judges. If the judge is convinced, he / she will take up the case on regular board. Otherwise the case just rots in the provisional board. Question is, if there was / is no urgency – why then the poor litigants have come to the court by paying hefty court fees from their life savings ? As a result pending cases mount and our justice delivery system fails. Will this not ultimately make dictatorship attractive for these ordinary deprived people ?

    Are we just cash cows for successive governments ? They collect so much money from us in various ways. What basic amenities they give us ?

    Could you kindly initiate a campaign against this rotten justice delivery system of ours, which favors the rich. If Congress party looted us, does that automatically give a right to the BJP party to loot ? What about us, the voters ? Are we destined to get looted, which ever political party comes to power ?


    Urmila Kamat

  • kumar January 18, 2017, 10:38 am

    i wish you maintain balance in your journalism.

    hope times now has not lost balance after arnab.

    you might loos your first slot if not tomorrow it will set in.

    What was your view on Karnataka state not releasing water to Tamil Nadu after supreme Court of India order. Karnataka state went on rampant violent acts and the ruling government said they will not abide by the supreme Court of India order.
    Karnataka state government was a mute separator to the violence . Siting peoples sentiment.

    100s of framers have died in Tamil Nadu as a result .

    The died farmers are also Indian farmers.

    You conveniently keep quiet.


    what is peta doing about this.

    The Hindu reported
    TCA Sharad Raghavan
    NEW DELHI AUGUST 10, 2015 02:08 IST
    India retains its top spot as the world’s largest exporter of beef, according to data released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and has extended its lead over the next highest exporter, Brazil.

  • Murali January 18, 2017, 7:26 am

    ello sir,I’m from tamilnadu i request to publish the regarding jallikattu.Because it’s our culture we celebrating the jallikattu 1000 years ago.Why the central govt.has not giving the permnission to celebrate.All the students are doing striike if anything happens to them.Prime Minister should be answered.It’s warning for P.M.

  • Murali January 18, 2017, 7:26 am

    Hello sir,I’m from tamilnadu i request to publish the regarding jallikattu.Because it’s our culture we celebrating the jallikattu 1000 years ago.Why the central govt.has not giving the permnission to celebrate.All the students are doing striike if anything happens to them.Prime Minister should be answered.It’s warning for P.M.

  • kittyketcha January 12, 2017, 5:21 pm

    your coverage of the BSF jawans food complaint was pathetic. the panel for this internal administrative issue of BSF had so many army officers! the army leadership is of a very high quality and the army leaders are very sensitive to such issues. but why are you comparing the army with Central armed police forces.. they are covering up lack of motivation and poor leadership to claim what the army gets. if we have to do that why have an army? BSF should take care of borders an fight wars.

  • Dr.Sam Pasumarthi. December 19, 2016, 7:03 am

    I have followed the Presentation about Nirbhaya. Excellent. The original incident 4 years ago of Nirbhya, has touched my heart deeply. The One Billion Rising gave good support. I have self published a book based on Nirbhaya. There are several such cases of Nirbhayas all over India’s rural areas , especially from the Dalit community. ,I have self published a book
    ‘UNTOUCHABLE NIRBHAYAS OF INDIA & ONE BILLION RISING’ I will post a copy of my book to you. I have sent two copies to Mrs.Asha Devi, her mother. kindly read the book, firstly the Introduction, Foreword by Sir Roy Calne.FRS, my former chief of surgery at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge,and the last two paragraphs of Epilogue.Dr.Sam Pasumarthi.

  • Sanjeev December 13, 2016, 12:19 pm

    Please study and if you agree , please take up with Govt.

    Dear sir ,

    Subject : Waiting for Big problem ahead !! Cashless or no cashless .

    Though I support Mr. Modi’s demonetisation (which is not at right time ) I strongly oppose those who advised PM to go ahead.

    Seems there were no technocrats in the team of advisors.

    Without doing Basic study these advisors told PM to go ahead .

    1. We don’t have secured banking system. ATM s are working on old windows / Microsoft softwares.( See the article on NDTV/ TOI )@

    2. Our cashless system will not work properly unless server capacities are increased.
    On Sunday 10th December 2016 evening, the Credit / Debit cards acceptance failed in many shop. Reason heavy rush on swapping machine.(see TOI report dated 13th December 2016 )

    3. Internet system should be strong enough to take load and cheaper.

    I feel Cash should be allowed and banks should be flooded till all issues are sorted out.

    It is essential to wait for cashless system till such time bank credit / debit system is strong enough and ready to take load of at least 30 to 50 crore transactions at any given time . I do it know what is capacity in India to handle this .


  • Aayushree Bildhaiya December 8, 2016, 1:10 pm

    I am completely with the idea of digital India. As far as housewives or other small scale people are concerned they can buy there daily necessities from reliance mart , hypercity etc where the cards are accepted. And as a youth i am absolutely ready to help people and spread awareness about digital India.

  • Rsmesh Bedi December 2, 2016, 3:39 pm

    No more bank queues
    Why don’t banks issue a ticket as customers arrive with a time slot ie 10am to 11am etc and a number. Or give a slot convenient to the Bank/customer as requested. the customers can then get on with their chores and come back for their time slot.
    This system can modified with
    input from banks & public
    Ramesh Bedi, Business consultant. UK

  • Eashwar Nath Rathod November 29, 2016, 4:30 pm

    Dear Editor,

    I am a resident of Vijayawada in The New Andhra Pradesh. I have one simple question for all the knowledgeable and learned intellects placed in Times Now and many more National News Channels. My question is, “When the state of Andhra Pradesh was being divided by the congress government and this decision was taken in the Lok Sabha against the will and like of the people of AP, where were the national news channels? The Congress government have stopped the live feed of the TV channel of the Lok Sabha. Is this democratic? The people were on the roads and streets, agitating and pleading the government to not to bifurcate the state – there weren’t any of the national news channels to show our pleas. Now, all the learned at the so called national news channels have started making and showing even most ridiculous and stupid news. Why do these channels, including yours, have this step child treatment towards the people of AP? Aren’t we Indians? Don’t we have the right to ask the government to be Democratic? Is this way of making a decision by cutting off the live feed to the TV channel Democratic?”

    Thank you in advance for your patience to go through this mail of mine.

    Warm Regards,
    Eashwar Nath Rathod
    Senior Soft Skills Trainer
    Contact # 8179683658

  • Sunish Kumar November 18, 2016, 4:19 pm

    Dear Aranab, With due respect, please do provide us your direct numbers when your channel is discussing a very very sensitive issue.2 ,Niranjan is ok while asking the questions, but please do ask jhanvi not to be rude towards senior people who are sitting in your studios on your request. Ask these young journalists to be calm & take there responsibilities. I am open to any queries if you do have! Please feel free to contact me kumar_sunish@yahoo.co.in /9400662111

  • Dr sarit Kumar November 13, 2016, 5:47 pm

    Dear editorial team, it has been a great pleasure to see Arnab show in news hour. Many important issues that need critical appraisal have been telecasted. This has increased collective conscience and for many, justice has been delivered. Given this I am drawing your attention an important drawback of health care system of Odisha which needs to be corrected to improve health care situation. Recently around 100 kids and children have died caused by Japanese encephalities in malkanagir district. The health system has failed to address it. This raises many important issues . I am requesting if this issue can be highlighted and it’s cause and effect can be examined. The issue assumes importance as this affects most deprived section of the society. So the channel should highlight the issue as Malkanagir has more than 60 Percent of total population below poverty line. The channel should bring this to the fore with a hope to improve the situation.

  • SARAVANA SELVI November 1, 2016, 6:28 pm

    Hi Arab,
    I want to bring to your kind notice that there are lot of diagnostic centers all over India that gives commissions to doctors for sending cases like MRI, CT, USG in that Aarti scans in Chennai gives lacks of rupees to doctors per day. This all are people’s money for one MRI doctors are getting 4000 Rs. For CT 3500 USG 700 for cbct 350 x_ray 150 this details I can submit you. But you have to collect other evidence too. I believe in u I want justice not only for me. I care for the people who are poor.


  • Kaptan Singh October 8, 2016, 3:54 pm

    Dear sir,
    I have to say something about doctors,they use there profession as a business, not as a halp to patients ,as it happened to me,
    You must take this issue

  • Joemon V October 8, 2016, 8:28 am

    I used to view Times Now Channel as well as other Indian English channels in the evening. In the interviews conducted by you, the interviewer, Mr. Arnab Goswami, usually behaves very arrogantly and does not allow others to speak out. It seems as if Mr. Arnab Goswami is a judge giving a judgement to those who dot agree with you.
    Interviews are watched to know the different views on the subject. So allow others, even it totally disagrees to your views, to express them instead of being arrogant and shouting at them. Please consider it in your next interviews.
    I have not seen any other interviewer more arrogant than Mr Arnab.

  • Sharath Kumar September 28, 2016, 6:49 am

    I want a job in times now

  • sharad September 26, 2016, 12:09 pm

    Sir . I regularly see times now and I am fan of arnab and especially mahroof .i respect your channel and almost watches each debate. I m from Maharashtra .for last few days Maratha kranti morcha in Maharashtra is going on . Lacs of people walks silently on road without a single slogan .even cleaning road afterwards. In Pune almost 35-40 lacs people did march. Can’t ur channel appreciate these things. .u hv covered indrani mukharji case in hours with wich common poor people nothing to do . Can’t u appritate good things.

  • Sebastian C X September 12, 2016, 1:49 pm

    +919360145756 sir, l am Sebastian residing at Mysore and a Malayali by birth and working in Tamil Nadu. Pl. let me know the e mail id of your news channel to report any important news instantly coming to my notice in any remote place where i use to travel. Today (12.09.2016) i have seen the times now report regarding the riots in Karnataka on cauvery issue. Your reporting is exactly correct, ie the riots are being purely carried out by a few fringe groups owing allegence to linguistic fanatics and some rowdy elements. Why the state government is silent ?

  • pavitra pandey August 29, 2016, 9:57 am

    Arnab sir
    Warm greetings to you & your entire team.We appreciate your efforts in taking out new issues on a daily basis which are very crucial.
    I would only request you that when you are aggressive its going to be harmful to your health which is not good. we all want you to be hail and hearty, as we will not find any other Arnab like u.
    Politicians health remains intact becos they are ruthless brutal people as they are not bothered about nation and welfare of Indian people
    sir you are doing a fantastic job and you might have observed many channels are trying to copy your pattern, but as i said there cannot be another ARNAB Created, no matter how much they try.
    I request you do not spoil our own health, but you should see to it that they get nightmares about you, your show and the issues that your raise.
    I like your show very much and pray for your good health and success for your show.

    All the best and you make us feel proud.


  • A K SAXENA May 23, 2016, 8:42 am

    Dear Mr Arnab Goswami
    As a retired civil servant aged 68 years, I am closely watching the TimesNow reports on VIP mindset particularly the one displayed by serving IAS biradri.
    Here is one more case that deserves investigation by your reporter and then doing a story.

    The officer is one Abhay Narayan Singh, reportedly from the IAS ,UP cadre .He had held some position in MCD a few months back.
    His address is B-7/5045 Vasant Kunj, New Delhi ( Landline MTNL Phone is 011- 26131891).He has unauthorisedly encroached upon public land by illegally constructing two rooms on ground floor. Worse, while the entire Vasant Kunk is without water, special tanker is sent by the MCD to the house of the seemingly IAS officer. This is VIP culture of bureaucracy.

    May I urge you to kindly get the matter investigated ?
    Looking forward to an early response from your office and with kind regards

    Yours Sincerely

    A K SAXENA (A retd civil servant)
    Mob- 9811483341

  • B.M.Rao February 5, 2016, 8:07 am

    At the outset let me clarify that I do condemn the incident about the Tanzanian woman. However, let me point out the situation that prevailed at Bombay in about 1961-62 during Chinese aggression. People used to shout at people from East Asian coutries, such as Japan, Korea, Malasia, Burma, etc. whenever seen in the streets of Mumbai as they all look alike for Indians. Finally, these nationals had to use car stickers identifying their nationality to escape from public wrath.
    In the present Bangaluru case also people from Sudan and other African Countries look alike and therefore, the incident must have happened. Anyway, it is condemnable. firstlly because one cannot take the law in one’s own hands, and secondly, even if some Sudanese were culprites and violated the law, others even if they were from Sudan cannot be attacked. That in itself is the immaturity and violent mindset of the villains.( I am an 89 year old resident of Mumbai and a regular viewer of Times Now. I would like you to be less angry or aggressive)
    B.M. RAO

  • B.M.Rao February 5, 2016, 8:06 am

    At the outset let me clarify that I do condemn the incident about the Tanzanian woman. However, let me point out the situation that prevailed at Bombay in about 1961-62 during Chinese aggression. People used to shout at people from East Asian coutries, such as Japan, Korea, Malasia, Burma, etc. whenever seen in the streets of Mumbai as they all look alike for Indians. Finally, these nationals had to use car stickers identifying their nationality to escape from public wrath.
    In the present Bangaluru case also people from Sudan and other African Countries look alike and therefore, the incident must have happened. Anyway, it is condemnable. firstlly because one cannot take the law in one’s own hands, and secondly, even if some Sudanese were culprites and violated the law, others even if they were from Sudan cannot be attacked. That in itself is the immaturity and violent mindset of the villains.( I am an 89 year old resident of Mumbai,)

    B.M. RAO

  • Amodh Kumar Bardhan September 12, 2015, 6:14 am

    Dear Sir.

    Greetings from Odisha. I am Amodh Kumar Bardhan Press Reporter of National Council of News and Broadcasting. I am a Fan of Times Now, I would like to post of Local News of Odisha to Times Now. Please let me know that , How can I do that.

    Thanking You.

  • Jagdish Suresh Kelshikar August 25, 2015, 7:33 am

    I have done SOCIAL WORK Towards SOCIETY.
    I please request you to please TAKE Note of it.
    I am sending my SOCIAL WORK FILE on your email
    Info@times now.TV
    Jagdish S Kelshikar
    Calling No. 9821318695
    Whatsapp No 9821218695

  • Ananth July 30, 2015, 4:56 am

    Hi Arnab,
    I am a regular viewer of TIMES NOW since the day it started.
    9 – 11 pm reserved for TIMES NOW in my CALENDAR

    I would liek to bring to your notice the corruption of the online SEVA / DARHSAN booking for ESEVAs – ( not SPECIAL ENTRY DARSHAN)
    The E-SEVA tickets are for some dedicated sevas at TIRUMALA like Suprabhatham, ARCHANA, THOMALA SEVA etc..
    The ESEVA service can be booked online 56 days in advance by public.

    The ESEVA service is is blocked for more than one month and till yesterday FULL AUGUST 2015 tickets were not released as the service was stated to be under maintenance ( availability till yesterday was FULL August MONTH and in SEPT till 24th SEPT 2015)
    Today I notice that whiel the site is stil under maintennace 1- 25 AUG 2015 quotas have been resreved – BY ???? TTD???? not know – atrocious CORRUPTION.





    TTD WEBSITE : http://www.ttdsevaonline.com/Home.aspx

  • svpyadav June 1, 2015, 9:11 am

    your application filliping proforma is not good

  • KB Mehendiratta May 26, 2015, 1:59 pm

    Reg ongoing debate on Central govt performance of 1 year. Corruption at lower levels still remains same or has rather increased. All govt deptts having public dealings still do not work unless greasing is done. Some fear is required to be put into govt officials against corrupt practices. Unless this is taken seriously all govt schemes, image etc would fail.

  • M Sharma April 27, 2015, 9:09 am

    1.86 lakh JEE Main-2015 Online Examination (CBT-Computer based Test) students will suffer If CBSE gives Bonus marks to about 11 Lakh Offline students due to multiple discrepancies reported in Answer keys to Offline Examination

    Girl students will suffer most as their numbers doing well in such exam is usually low

    It can be Mathematically proven.

    How :

    If we assume that CBSE decides to give Bonus marks 4 for one question to all the students of Offline Examination, then about 11 lakh students who took the Offline examination will get 4 marks extra. But about 1.86 lakh students who took the Online test on 11 th April will not get this extra marks obviously because there is no error reported in this paper. Now, assume that a student of Online Examination has scored 114 marks and a student of Offline examination has scored 111 marks. If We assume that, this year cutoff marks is 115, then with the help of the Bonus 4 marks the offline student will meet the cutoff marks (111 + 4 = 115) to write the Advanced. The Online student who scored 114 and 3 marks more than the Offline student will NOT be eligible to write the JEE Advanced exam. As the number of offline students is too huge compared to Online exam, even if 1 lakh Offline students scored 111 Marks, many of the online students scoring 114 marks will lose the eligibility marks against such students. As multiple discrepancies have been reported, Offline students will claim bonus marks and be more than happy to receive bonus.
    1) Cutoff marks will affect particularly those students who possibly have scored 100-120 marks in online examination on 11th April. Obviously, these students could not attempt many questions, or have attempted with negative marks. One group of Offline students is hoping to cross cutoff with Bonus marks, for other Online students there is no hope except repenting for not writing the Offline examination.
    2) Even, if the answer keys would have been correct, possibly some of the Offline students hoping to get bonus would not have been able to answer those questions but now they pretend that they could have solved these questions if there would not have been errors. They also have left many questions unattempt, of course, this is another thing.
    3) On what basis, these two groups of students would be evaluated? Bonus marks will decide their fate?
    4) Online students will suffer, Girl students will suffer more as their numbers doing well in such exam is usually low
    5) Offline students may have reason to challenge and claim marks, but for CBSE, allotting Bonus marks to incorrect key cannot be justified since CBSE is conducting multiple tests and students are given different test papers to write. If there would have been only one test paper for all students, then this decision would have been justified.
    6) Since students were given different test papers to write, allotting bonus marks (what so ever be the reason) to one test paper will benefit one group of students, while other students will suffer.
    7) In the above case we have considered one wrong question/answer key. It is but logical to think that if 4 marks or 8 marks or more marks are given as Bonus marks to more than 11 lakh students, then Online (11 April) students numbering about 1.86 lakh or so will suffer tremendously by not getting cutoff marks or proper final JEE-Mains rankings.
    8) Any bonus marks given/not given would affect one group positively and the other group negatively.
    9) There is no clarity on number of discrepancies in questions/answer keys and transparency in the process of rectifying the same by CBSE. Online Students and their parents are worried.
    10) CBSE will declare the result on 27 April.
    11) Many off line students, their parents and coaching centers are trying to influence CBSE through internet and media to give Bonus marks to Offline students so that they are at advantage at the cost of online students. They want to extract maximum benefits out of it.
    12) The right thing to do for CBSE is to conduct one test on one day (mode of test could be different) for all students.
    13) In the larger interest of students and for fair evaluation of students CBSE should cancel all these exams and held one new fresh test for all the students. CBSE should not do injustice to even one student. If it is not possible, then results should be balanced by giving extra marks to On line students so that they do not lose the Eligibility to write JEE Advanced or Final Mains ranking
    14) IIT-JEE, JEE-Mains, HRD Ministry should come together to correct the system once for all this time.

  • Ravinder Kumar April 9, 2015, 3:31 am

    I am sending you file against beurocreat and police with evidence of Rajasthan.

  • NITIN SHUKLA March 19, 2015, 5:14 pm

    First of all thanx a lot for raising this issue.
    Well i think that poori dal hi kaali hai in banglore. So they won’t ever listen to us no matter how much we cry on the issue.
    U remember what happened in uttar pradesh.
    Just an year ago, A girl  kidnapped from Sikandara(Agra) and was gang raped many times . But UP police didn’t even file a FIR against it. When matter came to media then police woke up under immense pressure of media and pressure of politician from accuse side.
    when she was tracked near Shikohabad ,police didn’t even dare to free the victim from devils. 
    you know from where she was recovered , it was a VVIPs guest house(MLA of Samajwadi party) blood relative of the Chief minister.
    After having too much pressure on govt. Mr Ram gopal Yadav told to media “stop accusing him other wise i’ll send all media person to jail and will ensure no bail to them” after hearin this will you pls raise this issue to any SP spokes person. It might be a great respectful sensation to that poor girl.

  • kanak ghosh March 13, 2015, 5:10 pm

    sheete sukhoshnasarbangee greeshme cha sukhasheetala
    taptakanchanabarna ya sa stree shyameti kathyate.

    That is the definition of SHYAMA.

  • uday vernekar March 12, 2015, 10:57 am

    Arnab : Please show this News in TimesNow News hour,and have a debate on this.

    As the four Goa BJP MLAs, including a state minister, continue to dodge paying for their Brazil tour undertaken during Fifa World Cup 2014, Sports Authority of Goa has now written to the state government seeking its directions on the issue.

    Led by Fisheries Minister Avertano Furtado, the legislators Glenn Ticlo, Carlos Almeida and Benjamin Silva were originally scheduled to travel on a state-sponsored junket to Brazil, but agreed to foot their own bill after receiving flak from across the country.

    The politicians were allowed to go under the instructions that they would pay back the expenses from their personal coffers.

    The SAG had already made the payment, but now finds it difficult to recover the money from the MLAs.

    The SAG has finally written to Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar asking for his directions.

    “The letter has been written seeking directions from the state government on this issue. We have repeatedly sent individual requests to the MLAs, but they have failed to respond,” a senior SAG official said on condition of anonymity.

    The SAG records indicate that Furtado has to pay Rs 11.10 lakh, while the three others have to pay Rs 12.09 lakh each to the SAG.

    A senior official of the sports body said that so far they have sent five notices to these legislators over repayment.

  • Bunty Chopra February 27, 2015, 12:57 pm

    VIP culture.

    1. They should not use the word Sarkar, as it is a colonial word and instead use the word Sevak on their vehicles.

    2. The Motor Vehicles Act prohibits the use of boards on cars, with some exceptions. However, it is used by all an sundry, even bank managers. Please study the act and take action.

  • Dr.Ranojit Basu December 13, 2014, 10:06 am

    1. Debate on conversions in Loksabha is one sided. When conversions were earlier pointed out by sangh organisations it was totally neglected by then congress governments. If these pseudo secular parties protesting on floor of parliament have guts, let them support anti conversion bill.
    2. Mr. Karunanidhi should be arrested for his derogatory remarks against Lord Rama and insensitive statements against hindus under section 295A. He is a threat to the secular fabric of this country. Matter should be discussed on floor of parliament and he should be immediately behind bars with Raja, Maran and Kanimozhi.

  • meenumul December 12, 2014, 3:16 am

    A regular viewer of your channel. The channel needs to cover the rape incidents happening in other cities too,not only Delhi. Secondly the anchor should be neutral. I studied in a missionary school and remember being coerced to attend the church service whenever there was a noise in the morning assembly. Ultimately , it was my strong will power due to which I am well versed in all the mantras and slokas. Many of my aquaintances in Hyderbad have lacked this will power and converted to other religions on the temptation to get promotion in careers and getting reservations for their children in minority institutions. I think secularism should not b one way traffic. As a responsible channel ,we expect you to carry both sides of the story.

  • Apuri.Jagadeshwar October 14, 2014, 9:58 am

    Dear Sir/Madam,I’m a regular viewer of times now channel.My request is they should be a debate on police reforms because they is a fear in common that cop may misuse his power by fileing false FIR against a common man by questioning cop duties and responsibilities. I would like to suggest state governments should take necessary steps by arranging CC cameras in local police stations by doing these I believe it will help common man for some extent and changes in police behaviour too.. With Regards,Apuri.Jagadeshwar.

  • Ujjwal Mazumder October 9, 2014, 5:47 am

    I hv been a regular viwer of news hour debate ever since it started. I like it that’s why I watch it. I like the way Arnab goes about the task in an impartial manner but what I don’t like and would definitely like to see a change is that Arnab hardly allows any opposing / dissenting views to be expressed. This is unfair. He has all the right to disagree with any panelists views but he must let them express those views. It is no good to be unduly aggressive all the time and as a result there are often complete chaos when everybody is speaking at the same time. This got to change. There’s got to be a semblance of discipline and professionalism. Arnab almost tried that in the US but he had to mellow down eventually. This is absolutely important otherwise the debate sometimes gets irritating.

  • Chavala Ramu August 14, 2014, 5:48 am

    I am a regular viewer of times now, I have a videocon dish conection , unfortunately videocon stopped telecasting, What now how do I watch times now? Who initiated this move. pls help T Q

  • Pranab Misra August 13, 2014, 9:40 am

    I have been listening to the News Hours for the last 4/5 years. I appreciate the presentation of Arnab, but one negative attribute I have found with him or the channel is he seldom allows people to speak. As a result there is chaos that develops in the News hour which to me is not healthy. To be a professional is essential motivation but to be an aggressive professional which gives you negative results and to your channel is questionable.
    This is my personal opinion as an old viewer.

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