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Our programmes getting popular: AIR

All India Radio (AIR), Kurukshetra, which is going to celebrate its silver jubilee in 2015, said in a release on Friday that has recently expanded its horizon and included all the colours of life, from faded and jaded to the translucent and shiny shades, into its canvass in order to associate itself with the people from all walks of life.

punjab Updated: Dec 26, 2014 19:42 IST
HT Correspondent

All India Radio (AIR), Kurukshetra, which is going to celebrate its silver jubilee in 2015, said in a release on Friday that has recently expanded its horizon and included all the colours of life, from faded and jaded to the translucent and shiny shades, into its canvass in order to associate itself with the people from all walks of life.

“Notable amongst plethora of new programmes are Radio on Road-A that goes to the masses, talks with them, titillates them, share their feelings and air them through its broadcast. Khel Diary-Haryana is the nursery of sports. Kurukshetra has the privilege of producing zillions of sportsmen of national and international repute. In this programme, AIR Kurukshetra goes to the courtyards of the sportsmen, chat with them, entertains and broadcast them,” the organisation said.

In Fitness Mantra, fitness trainers are interviewed to give the listeners information regarding the techniques of being fit.

Doctor’s Desk guide the ailing people regarding their illness and its cure.

Jawabdeh Prashasan programme, according to AIR, acts as a bridge between the masses and administration by taking the complaints and views of both the sides to each other. The organisation has also included other programmes including Hashiye Par.

According to AIR, the radio listener club appreciates the programmes.

Head of programmes, AIR Kurukshetra, Shivendra Shrivastav, said that all the aforesaid programmes were included in thier ‘Suprabhat’ session that goes on air from 7.05 to 9.30 in the morning every day.