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Zee Media launches unique crime show

NEW DELHI: Crime Reporter, a new series dealing with crime cases, is being released by Zee Media. Naveen Kumar, a seasoned investigative journalist would take the mantle of anchoring this show. The new show is unique in its own way as it not only highlights the crime stories but also educates the...

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The story behind Life OK’s Police Dial 100

Crime always sells, believes Shruti Anindita Vermaa who has now put on a director’s hat for the crime show, Police Dial 100 on Life OK.

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Life OK to show real police in action in weekly crime show, without any re-enactment

NEW DELHI: For the first time, a private television channel will run a weekly series on crime where it follows actual policemen as they solve various crimes and face different situations. The show will be telecast from 22 June every weekend at 7.00 pm. Although crime shows on TV are common with...

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India's most popular crime news show 'Crime Files' returns to Zee News

NEW DELHI: Zee News is all set to re-launch one of its most popular shows- Crime Files, which was one of India's first crime news shows that set the trend for crime shows to follow. Crime Files will now be showcased on Zee News starting today and will be telecast every Saturday at 10.30 pm. The...

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Delhi HC restrains Sony TV from telecasting crime show on Chautala

NEW DELHI: A crime show based on the teachers‘ recruitment scam involving former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala and 54 others will not be telecast pending direction of the Delhi High Court. The show was to have been telecast on Sony TV‘s Crime Patrol tonight. Justice M L. Mehta‘s...

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