NDTV Profit launches three new shows this December

By , agencyfaqs!, New Delhi | In Media Publishing | December 04, 2007
The new shows will present the Indian corporate and financial world to viewers

NDTV Profit & #BANNER1 & # will showcase three new shows this December. The shows will present the Indian corporate and financial world to viewers. The three new shows are 'Analyse This', 'India Inc. Season 5' and 'Ernst & Young-NDTV Profit What's The Big Deal'.

Shivnath Thukral, managing editor, NDTV Profit, says, "We believe in providing our viewers meaningful and easy to understand insights into the business world. With India on the threshold of becoming a global economic superpower, the interest in the Indian corporate and financial world has amplified. These new shows are another step in our efforts to simplify all the crucial moves and issues that often baffle viewers and present them with insights, expert opinions and analysis for better understanding."

'Analyse This' will provide expert insights into the business and economic environment of the country for viewers feeling lost in the web of numbers, charts, graphs and data. Anchored by Abheek Barman, it will feature a panel of the biggest names in business and expert policymakers discussing business, policies and the economy and their impact on people's daily lives. The show will air 7 pm, Monday to Thursday.

'India Inc. Season 5' will air 8.30 pm, Monday. This season of the weekly show will review the status of economic reforms since India's first reform finance minister became Prime Minister. The India Inc. team will discuss the economy with captains of Indian industry such as NR Narayana Murthy, Adi Godrej, Gautam Thapar, KV Kamath, Niranjan Hiranandani and Sunil Bharti Mittal, the progress so far and what remains to be done.

'Ernst & Young-NDTV Profit What's The Big Deal' will be a half-hour monthly show that will closely examine the most talked about mergers and acquisitions, FDIs setting up funds, private equity and hedge funds, global players buying stakes in Indian firms and other aspects related to the growing Indian industry. The show will be anchored by Arijit Barman.