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TKSS The Kapil Sharma Show 26th September 2021 Episode Neha And Tony Kakkar Grace The Show



After entertaining the viewers in Saturday’s episode where the legendary Indian cricketers Mohammad Kaif and Virender Sehwag had arrived, The Kapil Sharma Show is looking for another interesting episode. Yes, the fans are quite excited to watch the upcoming episode as two popular singers Neha Kakkar and Tony Kakkar are all set to grace the set. The multitalented siblings will reach the show to promote their newly released single “Kaanta Laga” which had also featured the iconic rapper Honey Singh. However, the fans of the rapper might miss him as he is not coming tonight.

The Kapil Sharma Show 26th september 2021

As Neha Kakkar is popular for easily breaking down into tears after listening to any sad story or struggle of a particular person, she will be jokingly targeted by the comedy show’s artists. Krushna Abhishek, who plays Sapna’s character in the show, will take a dig at “Dilbar” fame singer for shedding tears every time she hears something emotional. In the mid of the episode, Krushna dressed up as Sapna will enter the set and start sharing his sob story. He said that he is very sad as no one loves him. Neha went on to ask Sapna why no one loves him.

The Kapil Sharma Show 26-9-2021

Krushna quickly pulled Neha’s legs as he asked her not to cry since he is not a contestant. Neha Kakkar pretended to be sad and jokingly said that she will hit him while everyone burst into laughter. The host Kapil Sharma also joked about how the Kakkar trio keeps appearing in the reality shows. He sarcastically asks them if they are fully vaccinated or offer a discount in a package to appear on tv. The Kakkar sibling couldn’t control their laugh while Archana Puran Singh also laughed uproariously. Besides the duo, the top six finalists of Indian Idol 12 will also grace today’s episode.

Yes, the finalists of the musical reality show that ended last month after telecasting a 12 hours long finale will be seen as well. Pawandeep Rajan, Arunita Kanjilal, Nihal Tauro, Sayli Kamble, Md. Danish and Shanmukha Priya will join The Kapil Sharma Show tonight. It is no doubt that Kapil who is fond of singing will shake hands with the arrived singers and will give some amazing performance as well. So, besides comedy, the viewers will also get to watch the talented singers perform tonight. The show will air tonight on Sony TV at 9:30 PM. Watch the show and follow us for more updates!


BARC Ratings 21st October 2021 Week 41 Check List Of TRP & TV Channel Top Rated Serials




BARC (Broadcast Audience Research Council) is a regulatory authority on the Television industry. Barc India manages all the data which is known as TRP. The regulatory board releases weekly data on the official site with easily credible information. The list of Weekly Data depends upon the performance of programs of the Tv channels and how much a TV channel and Programme engage the audience in their story. The most entertaining show will grab the high TRP without any extra effort.

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Rating and Data presentation of BARC

The Data presentation and Rating information on BARC India is available with easy access and understandable format. There you have access to sort the available Barc Data as per your requirement and with different categories, it becomes much easier to know the previous week’s TRP detail with one click. On the official site of Barc India, you will get Hindi, Telegu, Punjabi, Marathi on every television channel and the information does not stop here but there Barc provides you Top 10 channels and Top 5 channels. Through Top channels sorting you will know Top channels with their Top television shows with TRP counts.

We would like to tell you that Barc has a huge analytical team which calculates TRP of the week due to a large amount of Data there is the report has been delayed 1 week and Every latest rating is based on last to last week’s information. Every Television enthusiast waiting for this data and along with them, there are many YouTubers and Websites also waiting for the weekly data to get updated through the TRP ratings of serials and shows.

Through the available information from the BARC India website. We have last to last week’s data and here you can see the TRP ratings of top channels and top television shows. This data can be useful to see the popularity of any television serial by differentiating it into categories. You can sort the Data as per your choice.

Urban Hindi Top 10 Channel rating of last week

1 STAR Plus 627895
2 SONY SAB 424292
3 STAR Utsav 421870
4 Colors 379003
5 Zee TV 335120
6 Sony Entertainment 299853
7 Sony Pal 209384
8 Zee Anmol 208662
9 Dangal 195323
10 Colors Rishtey 173255

Rural Hindi Top 10 Channel rating of last week

1 STAR Utsav 705903
2 Zee Anmol 633047
3 Dangal 475505
4 Sony Pal 443973
5 Colors Rishtey 405346
6 STAR Plus 256633
7 Zee TV 225432
8 Big Magic 181749
9 SONY SAB 176991
10 Colors 139349

Urban Hindi Top 5 Programs rating of last week

1 Zee Anmol Kundali Bhagya 7860
2 STAR Plus Anupamaa 7231
3 Sony Sab Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma 5523
4 Sony TV Indias Best Dancer 5409
5 Colors TV Choti Sardarni 5393

Rural Hindi Top 5 programs rating of last week

1 Colors TV Ramayan 7381
2 Zee Anmol Kundali Bhagya 6800
3 Zee Anmol Mahima Shanidev Ki 6087
4 Dangal Shri Krishna 5428
5 Dangal Do Hanso Ka Joda 4646

As per the genuine information, We want to inform you that Recently, Barc India suspended TRP counts of News Channels due to the illegal manipulation in the data and due to this manipulation Barc India faced major problems. After all this incident Barc India Officially suspended the Barc Rating of News Channels for three months and Now there is only 1 month left of this 3 month period. But now all this situation and problem sorted properly which is a great thing. Currently, there is not much fresh news from Barc India but when in any case we got any update so we will let you know about it here.

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Municipal Payments Essential for South Africa’s Future Cities – The Maravi Post




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The urban population in Africa has swelled from 15% of the total population in 1960, to over 40% in 2010 and is set to exceed 60% by 2050.

It is anticipated that South Africa will follow suit. In fact, current projections indicate that an additional 19 to 24 million people will be added to the national population over the next three decades, and that the vast majority of this growth will be confined to cities and towns.

But what is needed by the country’s municipalities to cope with and cater for this growth?

“Municipal payments play a vital role in creating cities of the future,” says Nomvula Nyandeni, Business Development Lead at Pay@, one of Southern Africa’s leading payment solutions providers.

“Municipal revenue collected from customers is integral to sustain cities financially and, most importantly, to ensure that service delivery takes place. This will leave a lasting legacy for generations to come,” explains Peet du Plessis, Head of the Revenue Management Unit at the eThekwini Municipality.

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Tsaone Ocilia Sekgala, Deputy Director: Budget & Treasury at the City of Matlosana, adds that this enables the municipality to render quality and sustainable services.

“The revenue collected is invested in community infrastructure such as stadiums, sanitation, roads, and community halls; as well as in the maintenance of existing infrastructure to avoid dilapidation.

This ensures a well-serviced town which in turn will attract Investors. It also goes towards local economic development and growth.”

Nyandeni notes that there are certain municipalities which are in debt due to non-payment by citizens. “This can be attributed to a number of reasons including affordability, lack of service delivery, citizens’ lack of knowledge of outstanding balances, and municipalities billing customers incorrectly.

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Consequently, service providers like Eskom have been forced to shut off power to these municipalities, highlighting just how crucial these payments are for our cities.”

On the issue of incorrect billing, she shares that having proper billing systems in place is essential if we are to take our cities into the future. “These systems need to eliminate unallocated payments and generate daily reports to reconcile customer balances.”

Nyandeni believes that, when it comes to collecting revenues, municipalities also need to make it easier for citizens to make payments as this might be yet another cause of non-payment.

“Municipal offices are typically only open during the week and for a limited time at that, meaning that customers have to take off work and travel to these offices if they want to make a cash payment. More payment options are crucial, especially for those who are unbanked – which is about 23.5% of the population.

Municipalities have to meet people where they are and we have seen significant value in giving them the option to pay in-person at their nearest retailer or by using digital channels such as mobile apps like Masterpass and MTN MoMo for example. Providing citizens with the most optimal bill presentment medium is also important for collection effectiveness.

For instance, this could be by posting hardcopies, emailing invoices with barcodes and QR codes, displaying bills on a municipality’s website and other digital channels, or by sending payment requests through mediums such as SMS and USSD.”

She concludes by saying: “With our cities getting bigger and bigger, it is vital that municipalities get their payments right sooner rather than later.

This is all the more pressing given that several smart cities are being planned for South Africa, including the Lanseria Smart City and Mooikloof Mega-City developments in Gauteng, as well as the Durban Aerotropolis in KwaZulu-Natal.

These cities aim to be safer, greener, healthier and more connected and that might impact what people pay their municipalities for in the future, as well as how they pay.”

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South Africa rejects Russian-made coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V – The Maravi Post




The South African drug regulator has rejected the Russian-made coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V, citing some safety concerns the manufacturer wasn’t able to answer.

The South African Health Products Regulatory Authority, or SAHPRA, said in a statement Tuesday that the request for Sputnik V to be authorized could “not be approved at this time,” referring to past failed HIV vaccines that used a similar technology. But the regulator added that its review process was continuing and that it was still open to receiving any further safety data from the Russian manufacturer.

A late-stage study published in the journal Lancet last year in more than 20,000 participants found that Sputnik V was safe and about 91% effective in preventing people from becoming severely ill with COVID-19.

Sputnik V uses two types of harmless viruses known as adenoviruses to carry the spike protein into the body, which then primes the immune system to produce antibodies against COVID-19. SAHPRA said concerns have been raised about the safety of Adenovirus Type 5, which is used in one of the Sputnik V doses. The other dose contains Adenovirus Type 26, which is also used by Johnson & Johnson.

South African officials pointed to two failed research studies testing an HIV vaccine also using Adenovirus Type 5, which found men who were vaccinated had a higher risk of being infected with HIV. The regulators said they had asked the Russian makers of Sputnik V to provide da-ta proving the vaccine’s safety in a country with high rates of HIV but that “the applicant was not able to adequately address (their) request.”

In a statement, the Gamaleya Center, Sputnik V’s manufacturer, called the concerns about the vaccine’s vector “completely unfounded.” It said speculation about the link between Adenovirus Type 5 and HIV transmission in high-risk populations was based on “small-scale inconclusive studies among volunteers with highly probable risky behavior.” It noted that the same vector was used in China’s CanSino vaccine, which has been widely used in China.

Dr. Julian Tang, a virologist at Britain’s University of Leicester, was perplexed by the South African decision to reject Sputnik V.

“It’s a strange connection to make,” he said, explaining that while past concerns have been raised about using the particular virus vector in Sputnik V, much remains uncertain. “It’s not the vector that caused HIV so you can’t just blame it on that,” Tang said.

The vaccine made by AstraZeneca uses a related chimpanzee adenovirus; both it and the Johnson & Johnson shot have been approved in South Africa.

Amid widespread vaccine hesitancy in Russia, authorities have struggled to convince people to get vaccinated and the immunization rate in the country has remained stubbornly low, at about 32%, despite availability of Sputnik V.

Sputnik V is currently also being considered for authorization by the World Health Organization and the European Medicines Agency. The shot has been given the green light in more than 70 countries. To date no significant safety problems have been identified.

Source: Africanews

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