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About NSD, AIR


  (India's Public Service Broadcaster) 

  News Services Division: All India Radio

  (Reference and PP&D Unit)

  NBH, Parliament Street, New Delhi

 


 


News Services Division

 


Living up to its noble ideals of “Bahujan Hitaya, Bahujan Sukhaya”, the News Services Division (NSD) of AIR strives to provide news and views to every dweller in this vast country in varied terrains, 24X7, in all major languages and dialects, while adhering to highest professional ethics and standards in Radio Broadcasting.



SET UP OF NSD

 


The News Services Division is headed by a Director General (News), who is one of the senior most officers of the Indian Information Service. He is assisted by a team of Additional Directors General (News), Directors (News) and Joint Directors (News), Deputy Directors (News), Asstt. Directors (News), News Editors and Reporters etc. The different operational wings of NSD at headquarters in Delhi include: General News Room, Hindi News Room, Reporting Unit, Talks and Current Affairs Unit, Newsreel Unit, Indian Language Units, Reference and PP&D Unit, IT & Website unit and Administrative Wing. The Regional News Units in various States are headed by an officer of the rank of Director or Deputy Director/Assistant Director and assisted by News Editors, Reporters and Newsreaders-cum-Translators.



EARLY HISTORY



The history of news broadcasting in India is much older than that of All India Radio. The first news bulletin in the country went on the air from the Bombay Station on July 23, 1927 under a private company, the Indian Broadcasting Company. A month later on August 26, 1927 another bulletin in Bengali was started from the Calcutta Station. Until 1935, two bulletins, one each in English and Hindustani were broadcast from Bombay and a bulletin in Bengali was broadcast from Calcutta. The Indian Broadcasting Company went into liquidation in March, 1930 following which broadcasting came under the direct control of the Government of India. The service was designated as the Indian State Broadcasting Service. It was renamed All India Radio on June 8, 1936. 



DEVELOPMENT 



The real breakthrough in news broadcasting came after January 1936 when the first news bulletin from the Delhi Station went on the air on January 19, 1936 coinciding with the starting of its transmission. Besides, news bulletins in English and Hindustani, talks on current affairs were also started from the Station in both the languages.


The Central News Organization was set up on August 1, 1937. Mr. Charles Barnes took charge as the first News Editor in September and he later became the first Director of News. The outbreak of the Second World War in 1939 gave an impetus to the development of the Organization. The Monitoring Service was set up in 1939 to monitor foreign broadcasts. In 1943, the External Broadcast Unit was set up under the Director of News. By 1945, the Central News Organization was handling news bulletins in different Indian languages as well as in the External Services. After Independence, news broadcasts of AIR grew both in quantity and quality. More emphasis was laid on national and regional news bulletins.



SOURCE OF NEWS 



The bulk of AIR news comes from its own Correspondents spread all over the country. It has more than 81 regular Correspondents in India and abroad at Colombo, Dhaka, Dubai and Kathmandu. Apart from this, AIR has over 520 Part-time Correspondents based at nearly all district headquarters. The PTCs are to meet the requirements of Doordarshan News also. NSD subscribes to the news wire agencies – UNI, PTI and their corresponding Hindi services – Univarta and Bhasha. 

 


 


 


 


OUTPUT


  • 607 bulletins daily in 92 languages/dialects

  • Foreign language bulletins in Arabic, Baluchi, Burmese, Dari, French, Indonesia,  Persian, Pashtu, Russian, Sinhala, Swahili, Tibetan, Thai, Chinese etc.

  • Over 60 hours of total daily broadcast of news bulletins and current affairs programs

  • Special bulletins/programmes during elections, budgets, sessions of parliament/state legislatures

  • Radio Plus: News on Website, News on Social Media- Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud, YouTube & Instagram.


NEWS BULLETINS


A.  Total daily Broadcast duration of News Bulletins and News Based Programmes from NSD and RNUs

 


Bulletins


Number of Bulletins
Duration  (daily in minutes)
Language(s)/Dialects
Hourly Bulletins, Regional bulletins, External bulletins, FM headlines bulletins etc from NSD and RNUs.
607
3150 min
(52 hrs 30 min)
92
(NSD – 129)


(RNU – 478)
NSD: 846 min
(14 hrs 06 min)

RNUs: 2304 min
(38 hrs 24 min)
News based programmes- NSD HQ
(Approximate)
10-12
180 min
(03 hrs)

News based programmes- RNUs
(Approximate)
35-40
280 min
(04 hrs 40 min)

Total broadcast time from NSD RNUs
  3610 min
  (60 hrs 10 min)

 


B.   Details of News Bulletins from NSD HQ. (Delhi)


 


News Bulletins

Number of Bulletins

Duration  (daily in minutes)

Language(s)/Dialects

Ø  Hourly Bulletins (Home)

44



285 min

English- 21
Hindi- 23

Ø   External Bulletins

15

117 min

English- 10
Hindi- 05

Ø  Indian Language Bulletins
  (Home and External)

23

212 min

Nepali (04), Kashmiri (02), Sanskrit (02), Punjabi (04), Urdu (11)

Ø  Foreign Language Bulletins
(Overseas Services)

23

208 min

Arabic (3), Baluchi (1),  Burmese (1), Dari (2), French (1), Indonesia (1), Persian (3), Pashtu (3), Russian (1), Sinhala (2), Swahili (1), Tibetan (2), Thai (1), Chinese (1) 

Ø  FM Headlines

24

24 min

English-06, Hindi-18

Total (daily)-Bulletins

129 Bulletins

846 minutes
(14 hrs 06 min)


Total (daily)-News based programmes (Approximate)

10-12

180 min

English, Hindi

Total daily broadcast time from NSD HQ

  1026 minutes
  (17 hrs 06 min)


 


C.  Regional Bulletins


Regional news bulletins were introduced in the early fifties. The first such news bulletins were broadcasted in April, 1953 from Lucknow and Nagpur Stations. In 1954-55, Regional News Units were set up at Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. This went on steadily and at present there are 46 Regional News Units functioning in different parts of the country. 478 news bulletins in 77 regional languages/dialects including English and Hindi are being broadcast from RNUs for a duration of nearly 38 hours. These include 255 headlines bulletins on FM and other frequencies.


 

Details of Bulletins and Current Affairs Programmes of  RNUs


Total No. of RNUs - 46

 


News Bulletins:-


News Bulletins from RNU

Number

Duration  (daily in minutes)

Language(s)/Dialects

(a)  Regional Bulletins

176

1339

77

(b)  National bulletins

35

345

#Kannada, Telugu, and Sindhi
* Assamese, Odia, Malayalam, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati, Dogri, Arunachali (Hindi/English), Bangla,
@Konkani

(c)  FM Headlines

255

505

17

  (c)  External Bulletins  in Indian Languages

12

115

Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malyalam, Gujarati, Sindhi and Bangla  7

Total (daily)

478

2304


 


Programmes:-


News based progammes


Number per year
Duration  (in hours)
Language(s)/Dialects
(a)  News Reel
2132
538
15
(b)  District News Letter
5468
507
16
  (c ) News Commentary
2236
203
10
  (d ) Others
2884
458

17
Total (per year)
12720
1706

Total (per month)
1060
140

Total (daily)-News based programmes (Approximate)
35-40
4 hrs 40 min



NEWS BASED PROGRAMMES
 


During February 1936, talks on current topics were introduced for the first time in English. In September that year, talks on current topics in Hindustani were added. Later ‘Topics for Today’ and ‘Focus’ on matters of current interests were introduced on 26th October, 1962. In 1967, the programmes ''Topic for Today'' and ''Focus'' were renamed as ''Spotlight and ''Current Affairs''.

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


News based programmes broadcast from NSD HQ.


Daily


S. No

Name of Programme

Frequency

Time of broadcast

Duration

Language

Name of Channel

1

Spotlight

Daily

2115-2130 hrs.

15 min.

English

Rajdhani

2

News Analysis 

Daily

2115-2130 hrs.

15 min

English

FM Gold

3

Samayiki

Daily

1935-1945 hrs.

10 min

Hindi

Indraprastha

4

Market Mantra  

Daily

1830-1900 hrs.

30 min

Bilingual

FM Gold

5

Sports Scan

Daily

2030-2045 hrs.

15 min

Bilingual

FM Gold

6

 Newsreel (Mon/Tue/Thu/
Sat)/
Samachar Darshan
(Wed/Fri/Sun)

Daily

2020-2030 hrs.
 

10 min

English/
Hindi

Rajdhani

7

Press Comments

Daily

1750-1755 hrs

05 min

English

Rajdhani

8

Parikarma
(News Magazine Programme)

Daily

1630-1700 hrs

30 min

Bilingual

FM Gold

9

Aaj Savere 
(News Magazine Programme)

Daily

0730-0800 hrs.

30 min

Bilingual

FM Gold

10

Gulf Charcha

Daily

2200-2205 hrs

05 min

Hindi

ESD Hindi Service

Weekly

11

Public Speak

Monday

2130-2205 hrs

35 min

Bilingual

FM Gold

12

Vaad- Samvaad 

Tuesday

2145-2200 hrs

15 min

Hindi

FM Gold

13

Money Talk

Tuesday

2130-2145 hrs.

15 min

English

FM Gold

14

Charcha ka Vishai hai

Wednesday

2130-2200 hrs.

30 min

Hindi

Indraprastha/
FM Gold

15

Surkhiyon Mein

Thursday

2145-2200 hrs.

15min

Hindi

FM Gold

16

Country Wide

Thursday

2130-2145 hrs.

15min

Bilingual

FM Gold

17

Current Affairs

Friday

2130-2200 hrs.

30 min

English

Rajdhani/
FM Gold


Total



320 min (5 hrs 20 min)





COVERAGE OF PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS
 



The daily and weekly reviews of the proceedings in Parliament during the sessions were introduced on February 14, 1961 in English and Hindi. The daily review called ‘Today in Parliament’ in English and ‘Sansad Sameeksha’ in Hindi has two parts, one on the proceedings in the Lok Sabha and the other on those in the Rajya Sabha. The weekly review in English – ‘This week in Parliament’ and that in Hindi ‘ Is Saptah Sansad Main’ – sums up the important highlights of the proceedings in both Houses during the preceding week.

The broadcast of the daily and ‘Weekly Reviews’ of the proceedings of the State legislatures, when they are in session, were started in 1971-72 in the respective regional languages. A review of the ‘Proceedings of the Delhi Assembly’ was started from December 14, 1993.

 

RADIO NEWSREEL
 



Radio Newsreel was started on December 10, 1955 both in English (Radio Newsreel) and Hindi (Samachar Darshan) from Delhi. Newsreel in English is broadcast on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday while Samachar Darshan is broadcast on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Some Regional News Units also put out regional Newsreels in the respective regional languages. 

 


 


 


SOCIAL MEDIA


The NSD, AIR has been expanding its presence year after year, across various domains with the aim to disseminate news to the public and reaching diverse cross sections of the society. NSD, AIR has embraced new technologies and practices, since last three years,  to add to its traditional platform and disseminate News and Discussion Programmes on New Media applications, including Social Media, as Radio..


Since three years, the News Services Division has substantially increased its presence on the social media viz Website, Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud, YouTube & Instagram and has crossed major milestones in reaching out to audience far and wide.



Twitter


Started in January, 2013
Over 1.81 million followers
Facebook
Started in June, 2013
3.3 million followers on NSD facebook accounts
Website
More than 34 million visits per month.
Sound Cloud
Started in 2014
Over 16 thousand followers


Languages of Bulletins



Languages of News bulletins of Eighth Schedule of Constitution of India: (Total Languages- 22)



Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Dogri Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Malayalam,  Manipuri, Marathi, Maithili, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Santhali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.

 


Other Indian Languages Bulletins: (Total Languages- 5)


Bhojpuri, Chhattisgarhi, English, Ladakhi, Rajasthani.

 


Bulletins in Dialects : (Total Dialects- 51)



Angami, Adi, Adi(Galo), Apatani, Ao, Balti, Bhojpuri, Bhutia, Chakhesang, Chang,  Dimasa, Garo, Gojri, Hmar, Ho, Idu, Jaintia, Kabui, Karbi, Khasi, Khampti, Khiamnugan, Konyak, Kokborok, Kuki, Kurukh, Lepcha, Lotha, Mao, Miju Mishmi Wancho, Mundari, Mizo,  Nagamese, Nagpuri, Nocte, Nyshi, Paite, Pahari, Phom, Purgee, Rengma, Sangtam, Sambalpuri, Sema, Thadou, Tangkhul, Tangin, Tangsa, Tulu, Yimchungru, Zeilang.


 

Bulletins in  Foreign Languages: (Total Languages- 14)



Arabic, Baluchi, Burmese, Chinese, Dari, French, Indonesia, Persian, Pashto, Russian, Sinhala, Swahili, Tibetan, Thai.

 


News Schedule



Schedule of daily news bulletins from Delhi along with their channel of broadcast


ENGLISH

S. No.

Time (Hrs.)

Duration

Channel

1.

0000-0005

05 min

Rajdhani/FM Gold

2.

0105-0110

05 min

National (MW)

3.

0200-0205

05 min

FM Gold

4.

0305-0310

05 min

National (MW)

5.

0400-0405

05 min

FM Gold

6.

0505-0510

05 min

National (MW)

7.

0605-0610

05 min

Rajdhani/ FM Gold

8.

0815-0830

15 min

Rajdhani/ FM Gold

9.

0905-0910

05 min

Rajdhani

10.

1005-1010

05 min

Rajdhani

11

1200-1205

05 min

Indraprastha/ FM Gold

12.

1300-1305

05 min

Rajdhani/ FM Gold

13.

1400-1415

15 min

Rajdhani/ FM Gold

14

1500-1505

05 min

FM Gold

15.

1600-1605

05 min

Rajdhani/ FM Gold

16.

1705-1710

05 min

Rajdhani

17.

1800-1805

05 min

Rajdhani

18.

2000-2005

05 min

RN

19.

2005-2010 

05 min (Sports)

RN

20.

2100-2115

15 min

Rajdhani/FM Gold

21.

2300-2305

05 min

Rajdhani

Total

21 Bulletins

135 min
(02 hours 15 min)


 


HINDI

S. No.

Time (Hrs.)

Duration

Channel

1.

0005-0010

05 min

Indraprastha/ FM Gold

2.

0100-0105

05 min

FM Gold

3.

0205-0210

05 min

National (MW)

4.

0300-0305

05 min

FM Gold

5.

0405-0410

05 min

National (MW)

6.

0500-0505

05 min

FM Gold

7.

0600-0605

05 min

Indraprastha/ FM Gold

8.

0700-0705

05 min

Indraprastha/ FM Gold

9.

0800-0815

15 min

Indraprastha/
FM Gold

10.

0900-0905

05 min

Indraprastha

11

1000-1005

05 min

Indraprastha

12.

1100-1105

05 min

Indraprastha/ FM Gold

13.

1205-1210

05 min

FM Gold

14

1305-1310

05 min

Indraprastha

15.

1415-1430

15 min

Indraprastha/ FM Gold

16.

1700-1705

05 min

Indraprastha

17.

1805-1810

05 min

Indraprastha

18.

1900-1905

05 min

Indraprastha

19.

1905-1910

05min (Sports)

FM Gold

20

1950-2000

10 min *(Pradeshik)

Indraprastha

21.

2045-2100

15 min

Indraprastha

22.

2200-2205

05 min

FM Gold

23.

2305-2310

05 min

Indraprastha

Total

23 bulletins

150 min
 (02 hours 30 minutes)


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Indian Languages Bulletins from NSD, HQ.



Sr.No.


Unit
No. of bulletins
Bulletins
Duration
Total Broadcast Time
1
NEPALI
4
0750-0800
10 min (ext)
40 min
1230-1240
10 min (ext)
1925-1935
10 min
1950-2000
10 min (ext)
2
KASHMIRI
2
0745-0755
10 min
25 min
1825-1840
15 min

3
SANSKRIT
2
0655-0700
5 min
10 min
1810-1815
5 min

4
PUNJABI
4
0830-0840
10 min
35 min
1340-1350
10 min
1840-1845
05 min (ext)
1930-1940
10 min







5




URDU







11





0615-0625
10 min (ext)






102 min
 (1 Hour 42 min)
0850-0905
15 min
0930-0933
03 min (ext)
1350-1400
10 min
1402-1407
05 min (ext)
1650-1700
10 min (ext)
2000-2010
10 min (ext)
2116-2130
14 min
2145-2155
10 min (ext)
2300-2310
10 min (ext)
0055-0100
05 min (ext)


Total

23 bulletins


212 min
(3 hrs 32 min)


*
Haj Bulletin of 05 minutes duration is also broadcast during Haj period for two months (1110-1115).

 


Details of External English News Bulletins broadcast by NSD HQ

 


(English)


Sr. No.


Time
Duration
1.
0600-0605
05 min
2.
1530-1540
10 min
3.
1625-1627
02 min
4.
1900-1910
10 min
5.
2025-2030
05 min
6.
2330-2340
10 min
7.
0030-0035
05 min
8.
0230-0235
05 min
9.
0330-0340
10 min
10.
0430-0440
10 min
Total
10 Bulletins
72 min
(1 hour 12 min)


* SAARC bulletin of 5 minutes duration is broadcast on Sunday only from 2030-2035 hrs.

 


Details of External Hindi News Bulletins broadcast by NSD HQ


(Hindi)



Sr. No.
Time
Duration
1.
0130-0140
10 min
2.
0435-0445
10 min
3.
0850-0900
10 min
4.
1035-1040
05 min
5.
2150-2200
10 min
Total
05 Bulletins
45 min


Foreign  Language Bulletins which are compiled by NSD, AIR in English and broadcast by ESD, AIR



Sr. No.

Language

Time

Duration

1.

Arabic

1020-1030
1755-1759 (News Briefs)
0110-0114 (News Briefs)

10 min
04 min
04 min

2.

Baluchi

2032-2040

08 min

3.

Burmese

1746-1756

10 min

4

Chinese

1745-1755

10 min

5.

Dari

0835-0845
1846-1855

10 min
09 min

6.

French

0120-0130

10 min

7.

Indonesia

1416-1425

09 min

8.

Persian

0935-0945
2150-2200
2255-2259 (News Flash)

10 min
10 min
04 min

9.

Pushtu

0750-8000
1950-2000
2055-2059 (News Flash)

10 min
10 min
04 min

10.

Russian

2200-2217

17 min

11.

Sinhala

1905 – 1915
2010 - 2015

10 min
05 min

12.

Swahili

2110-2117

07 min

13.

Thai

1650-1700

10 min

14.

Tibetan

1800-1817
1845-1855

17 min
10 min

Total


23 Bulletins

208 min

(3 hours 28 min)


FM Headlines


FM Rainbow News Headlines in English:-


Sr. No.

Time

1.

0100 Hrs.

2.

0200 Hrs.

3.

0900 Hrs.

4.

1000 Hrs.

5.

2200 Hrs.

6.

2300 Hrs.



FM Rainbow News Headlines in Hindi:-



Sr. No.
Time
1.
0000 Hrs.
2.
0300 Hrs.
3.
0400 Hrs.
4.
0500 Hrs.
5.
0600 Hrs.
6.
0700 Hrs.
7.
0800 Hrs.
8.
1100 Hrs.
9.
1200 Hrs.
10.
1300 Hrs.
11.
1400 Hrs.
12.
1500 Hrs.
13.
1600 Hrs.
14.
1700 Hrs.
15.
1800 Hrs.
16.
1900 Hrs.
17.
2000 Hrs.
18.
2100 Hrs.

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


RNUs Bulletins

S.NO

Name of RNU

 Bulletins

Number

Timing

Duration

Language

FM

MW

SW

1

Agartala

1

0735-0740

5

(Bengali)


 

 

 

 

1

0740-0745

5

(Kokborok)


 

 

 

 

1

1945-1955

10

(Kokborok)


 

 

 

 

1

1955-2005

10

(Bengali)


 

 

2

Ahmedabad

1

0705-0715

10

Gujarati

 


 

 

 

1

0720-0730

10

Sindhi

 


 

 

 

1

0745-0755

10

Gujarati

 


 

 

 

1

0840-0850

10

Sindhi

 


 

 

 

1

0945-1000

15

Gurjarti

 


 

 

 

1

1320-1330

10

Gujarati

 


 

 

 

1

1430-1435

5

Gujarati

 


 

 

 

1

1815-1825

10

Sindhi

 


 

 

 

1

1910-1920

10

Gujarati

 


 

 

 

1

1950-2000

10

Gujarati

 


 

 

 

1

2010-2020

10

Sindhi

 


 

3

Aizwal

1

0730-0740

10

(Mizo)

 


 

 

 

1

1830-1840

10

(Mizo)

 


 

4

Aurangabad

1

0650-0700

10

Marathi

 


 

 

 

1

1300-1305

5

Marathi

 


 

 

 

1

0840-0845

5

Urdu

 


 

 

 

1

1725-1730

5

Marathi

 


 

5

Bangalore

1

0735-0745

10

Kannada

 


 

 

 

1

0820-0830

10

Kannada*

 


 

 

 

1

1310-1320

10

Kannada

 


 

 

 

1

1430-1435

5

Kannada

 


 

 

 

1

1840-1850

10

Kannada

 


 

 

 

1

1935-1945

10

Kannada

 


 

 

 

1

1815-1820

5

Tulu (Weekly)

 


 

6

Bhopal

1

0705-0715

10

Hindi

 


 

 

 

1

1420-1425

5

Hindi

 


 

 

 

1

1910-1920

10

Hindi

 


 

7

Bhuj

1

0650-0655

5

Gujarati

 


 

 

 

1

1825-1830

5

Gujarati

 


 

8

Calicut

1

0645-0655

10

Malayalam

 


 

 

 

1

1230-1240

10

Malayalam



 

9

Chandigarh

1

1305-1310

5

Hindi


 

 

 

 

1

1310-1315

5

Punjabi


 

 

 

 

1

1810-1820

10

Hindi


 

 

 

 

1

1820-1830

10

Punjabi


 

 

10

Chennai

1

0535-0545

10

Tamil

 


 

 

 

1

0645-0655

10

Tamil


 

 

 

 

1

0715-0725

10

Tamil


 

 

 

 

1

0810-0815

5

Tamil

 


 

 

 

1

1240-1250

10

Tamil

 


 

 

 

1

1725-1730

5

Tamil

 


 

 

 

1

1830-1840

10

Tamil

 


 

 

 

1

1915-1925

10

Tamil

 


 

 

 

1

1945-2000

15

Tamil

 


 

 

 

1

2200-2205

5

Tamil

 


 

11

Cuttack

1

0705-0710

5

Odia

 


 

 

 

1

0715-0725

10

Odia

 


 

 

 

1

1350-1400

10

Odia

 


 

 

 

1

1432-1442

10

Odia

 


 

 

 

1

1845-1855

10

Odia

 


 

 

 

1

1915-1925

10

Odia

 


 

12

Dehradun

1

1830-1840

10

Hindi

 

 


13

Dharwad

1

0705-0715

10

Kannada

 


 

14

Dibrugarh

1

1800-1805

5

Assamese

 


 

15

Gangtok

1

1845-1850

5

Lepcha

 


 

 

 

1

1850-1855 

5

Bhutia

 


 

 

 

1

1840-1845

5

Nepali

 


 

16

Gorakhpur

1

0720-0730
 

10

Hindi

 


 

 

 

1

1800-1805

5

Bhojpuri)

 


 

 

 

1

1805-1810

5

(Hindi)

 


 

17

Guwahati

1

0705-0715

10

Assamese

 


 

 

 

1

0850-0900

10

Assamese


 

 

 

 

1

1340-1350

10

Assamese

 


 

 

 

1

1845-1855

10

Assamese


 

 

 

 

1

2125-2130

5

Assamese


 

 

 

 

1

1545-1550

5

Karbi

 


 

 

 

1

1515-1520

5

Nepali

 


 

 

 

1

1630-1635

5

Bodo

 


 

 

 

1

1905-1915

10

Assamese

 


 

18

Hyderabad

1

0705-0715

10

Telugu-N

 


 

 

 

1

1230-1240

10

Telugu-N

 


 

 

 

1

1310-1320

10

Telugu

 


 

 

 

1

1750-1800

10

Urdu

 


 

 

 

1

1810-1815

5

Telugu-Ex

 


 

 

 

1

1815-1825

10

Telugu

 


 

 

 

1

1905-1915

10

Telugu-N

 


 

19

Imphal

1

0730-0740

10

Manipuri


 

 

 

 

1

1200-1205

5

Manipuri