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  • The national television broadcaster, Doordarshan, provides two free terrestrial channels, while three main cable networks serve most households.Mumbai-Wikipedia
  • Doordarshan runs two terrestrial television channels and two satellite television channels from its Chennai centre, which was set up in 1974.Chennai-Wikipedia
  • To communicate the exact time to the people, the exact time is broadcast over the national All India Radio and Doordarshan television network.Indian Standard Time-Wikipedia
  • The state monopoly on television broadcast ended in the 1990s.India-Wikipedia
  • Doordarshan is the state-owned television broadcaster and provides two free terrestrial channels.Maharashtra-Wikipedia
  • Bangalore got its first look at television when Doordarshan established a relay centre here and started relaying programs from 1 November 1981.Bangalore-Wikipedia
  • Many national media agencies, including the state-owned Press Trust of India, Media Trust of India and Doordarshan, is based in the city.Delhi-Wikipedia
  • Doordarshan is the state-owned television broadcaster.Kerala-Wikipedia
  • DD Podhigai, Doordarshan's Tamil language regional channel was launched on 14 April 1993.Tamil Nadu-Wikipedia
  • In the late 1980s, the Mahabharat TV series, directed by Ravi Chopra, was televised on India's national television (Doordarshan).Mahabharata-Wikipedia
  • Doordarshan is the broadcaster of the Government of India and its channel DD Chandana is dedicated to Kannada.Karnataka-Wikipedia
  • Doordarshan is the state-owned television broadcaster.West Bengal-Wikipedia
  • Doordarshan is the state-owned television broadcaster.Uttar Pradesh-Wikipedia
  • Doordarshan, the national television broadcaster, has two free terrestrial channels on air.Goa-Wikipedia
  • The state run, nationally broadcast Doordarshan provides both national and localised television coverage.Mangalore-Wikipedia
  • Doordarshan is the broadcaster of the Government of India and its channel DD Punjabi is dedicated to Punjabi.Punjab, India-Wikipedia
  • The public broadcaster Doordarshan (Prasar Bharati) provides a regional channel in addition to the private broadcasters.Jaipur-Wikipedia
  • Sitcoms started appearing on Indian television in the 1980s, with serials like Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi (1984) and Wagle Ki Duniya (1988) on the state-run Doordarshan channel.Sitcom-Wikipedia
  • Salma Sultan gave the first news of the assassination of Indira Gandhi on Doordarshan's evening news on 31 October 1984, more than 10 hours after she was shot.Indira Gandhi-Wikipedia
  • Television relay started in 1985 from Delhi Doordarshan and in 1986, after inception of the repeater tower at Kodaikanal, telecast from Madras commenced.Coimbatore-Wikipedia
  • The main service providers include Dish TV, Doordarshan and Nayuma.Sikkim-Wikipedia
  • Mysore started receiving television broadcasts in the early 1980s, when Doordarshan (public service broadcaster of the Indian government) started broadcasting its national channel all over India.Mysore-Wikipedia
  • It is an autonomous corporation of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (India), Government of India and comprises the Doordarshan television network and All India Radio.Public broadcasting-Wikipedia
  • Television broadcasting in Hyderabad began in 1974 with the launch of Doordarshan, the government of India's public service broadcaster, which transmits two free-to-air terrestrial television channels and one satellite channel.Hyderabad-Wikipedia
  • A television transmitter has been functioning in Kozhikode since 3 July 1984, relaying programmes from Delhi and Thiruvananthapuram Doordarshan.Kozhikode-Wikipedia
  • India's state-owned television broadcaster, Doordarshan, provides two free-to-air terrestrial channels, while a mix of Bengali, Hindi, English, and other regional channels are accessible via cable subscription, direct-broadcast satellite services, or internet-based television.Kolkata-Wikipedia
  • India's national broadcaster, Doordarshan, promotes a free-to-air DBS package as "DD Free Dish", which is provided as in-fill for the country's terrestrial transmission network.Satellite television-Wikipedia
  • There is a Doordarshan Kendra in the city.Allahabad-Wikipedia
  • The state-owned television broadcaster Doordarshan provides free terrestrial channels, while two multi system operators—InCablenet and Siti Cable and GTPL—provide a mix of Gujarati, Hindi, English, and other regional channels via cable.Ahmedabad-Wikipedia
  • Kochi houses several leading Malayalam television channels like Asianet Plus, Flowers, Jeevan TV, Mazhavil Manorama, Kairali We, Manorama News and Reporter TV as well as major news bureaus of Asianet, Kairali TV, Amrita TV and Doordarshan.Kochi-Wikipedia

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