India Today Group presents special programming line-up for Bihar polls 2020

With an aim to offer its viewers extensive coverage, the India Today Group has an array of programming content produced exclusively for the Bihar Assembly Elections 2020.

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On Hindi news channel Aaj Tak, there are six dedicated shows being aired — ‘Hello Kaun’, an interactive show on issues that impact Bihar; ‘Election Express’, an election travelogue; ‘Swetpatra’, a detailed analysis of Bihar elections; ‘Patliputra’, political history of Bihar; ‘Kiska hoga Rajtilak’, news-based election bulletin and ‘Bullet Reporter’, electoral journey through 10 constituencies with Deputy Editor Chitra Tripathi.

English news channel India Today TV is also armed with a series of special programmes exclusive to the Bihar elections. The programming includes ‘Bihar Express’, a compilation of stories from the heart of the action; ‘Ground Zero Bihar’ with anchor Rajdeep Sardesai, news stories from ground zero of the first elections since

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India Today Group announces special programming line-up for Bihar polls

NEW DELHI: The India Today Group has planned to launch an array of programming content produced exclusively for the upcoming Bihar Assembly Elections.

On Aaj Tak, there are six dedicated shows being aired: Hello Kaun – an interactive show on issues that impact Bihar, Election Express – an election travelogue, Swetpatra – detailed analysis of Bihar elections, Patliputra – the political history of Bihar, Kiska Hoga Rajtilak – a news-based election bulletin, and Bullet Reporter –  which encapsulates the electoral journey through 10 constituencies with deputy editor Chitra Tripathi.

The media group’s English news channel India Today TV is also ready with a series of special programmes exclusive to the hotly-contested polls in Bihar. The line-up includes Bihar Express – a compilation of stories from the heart of the action; Ground Zero Bihar with anchor Rajdeep Sardesai – news stories from ground zero of the first elections since the Coronavirus

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Blue Cross Blue Shield partners with Bluebikes to offer free rides to the polls on Election Day

Need a lift to the polls on Election Day? Head to your nearest Bluebikes station for a free socially distanced ride to your polling location.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts will sponsor free bike rentals on Nov. 3 from more than 350 Bluebikes stations in eight Greater Boston municipalities: Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Somerville, Arlington, Everett, Newton, and Watertown.

The organization introduced this effort after a survey conducted by the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement found that 30 percent of registered youth did not vote in the 2016 presidential election because they could not find transportation to the polls.

Using the Bluebikes mobile app, voters can use the map feature to find the closest station to them and their polling location. Once they arrive at a station, they can activate an “Adventure Pass” on the app to unlock a bike and enjoy unlimited two-hour bike

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Newly Launched Website SeeSay2020 Collects Reports of Ballot Issues, Voter Intimidation at the Polls

A record-setting 28 million Americans have already voted in the 2020 election. Thousands more say they’ve tried, but ran into problems and had nowhere to turn. But a newly launched website, SeeSay2020.com, hopes to change that.

People can visit the site to report allegations of election irregularity, including ballot issues, voter intimidation and poll problems.

“If your vote is interfered with, and you are motivated enough to pick up your phone and put SeeSay2020.com in it, we’re gonna post it,” campaign director Megan Matson told Inside Edition.

The reports create a national database that is displayed on the site virtually.

“It’s all right in your hand,” Matson said. “If you’ve got a phone with you, take a picture of anything relevant. It goes straight to our volunteers—they check that record for just basic credibility.”

Co-designer of the site, Andrea Miller, talked to Inside Edition about some of the real issues

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