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ttnTTN Tamil Oli - a France based online Tamil TV-channel is looking for male/female news presenters for their daily news transmission on the soon relaunching channel. You can send your personal details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call them on 0033148311486 for more details.
TTN Tamil Oli (Tamil Television Network) was launched on Pongal day in 2001, where the first Tamil TV-channel in Europe, TRT Tamil Oli, was renamed and relaunched as TTN Tamil Oli. Since the launc, the channel was an important channel during the time where civil war was going on in Sri Lanka between the Sri Lankan Government forces and the Tamil freedom fighters, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).

yupptvGlobal leader for South-Asian content, YuppTV powers Aastha Group’s TV Channels (Aastha, Aastha Bhajan, Vedic & Arihant) voyage into the world of OTT. Aastha, the pioneer spiritual and cultural brand will be utilising YuppTV’s white-labelled video platform to be present across the digital world of web, mobile, and connected TVs.

Aastha mobile app was launched today by Param Pujya Swami Ramdev Ji Maharaj and Shraddhey Shree Acharya Bal Krishan Ji. On this occasion, Swami Ji stated that it's the beginning of a new era in the journey of Aastha the leading Indian Channel on spirituality and natural wellness through Yoga and Ayurveda. “Aastha” App would bring people across the world closer to Indian spirituality and meditation. Now, one can watch their favourite programs of previous nine days on “Aastha” Mobile App. anytime anywhere, as per their convenience.

aasthatvYoga guru Baba Ramdev on Wednesday opposed high fees on devotional channels, adding that the government wants Rs 32 crore tax for telecasting TV channels such as Aastha, Arihant and Vedic.

He said that the government has been demanding Rs 1 lakh from them, following which he asked the government to not impose taxes on sadhus and saints.

"You are religious people, you love your country, you follow religion but we hope to get free from it, because then if people want to hear or see any baba's discourse live, baba would have to give one Lakh Rupees per day from his own pocket. A baba can't afford so much of money. The government wants Rs. 32 crore in total to show all the channels like Aastha and Vedic," said the Patanjali founder.

ibctamilLondon Tamil Media Ltd. from United Kingdom is going to open IBC Tamil media division in Jaffna in the northen part of the island known as Sri Lanka. Work is going on to prepare the media facilities for IBC Tamil media house in Jaffna before the opening on 31-01-2018 at 10 AM.