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NaMo TV not a news channel but a new service, says Tata Sky

Updated : April 04, 2019 08:44 PM IST

Tata Sky, the DTH service provider, on Thursday clarified that NaMo TV, which was launched on March 31 is not a Hindi news service but a special service via the internet that doesn’t need a government license.

The shift in stance comes days after Tata Sky's earlier tweet said that NaMo TV is a Hindi news service, which provides the latest breaking news on national politics.

The channel also called 'Content TV', carries the picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi as its logo. It was launched on March 31, nearly two weeks after the Model Code of Conduct came into effect and ahead of the Lok Sabha polls beginning April 11. It is available on various DTH and cable TV platforms.
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