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BARC Ratings 14th October 2021 Week 40 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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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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Nigerian son hacks father to death over chicken meal – The Maravi Post




ONDO STATE-(MaraviPost)-Men of the Ondo State Police Command on Tuesday arrested 26-year-old Godwin Matthew for killing his father over chicken meal.

The incident occurred at the Ala Area of Akure, the Ondo State capital.

The suspect was said to have killed his father, Audu Mathew, after an argument over the chicken meal.

In a statement issued by the state Police Public Relations Officer, Mrs Funmilayo Odunlami, on Tuesday evening, the incident happened on September 9, 2021, and the suspect had confessed to the crime after he was arrested.

The suspect’s mother reported the matter at the Ala Police Divisional Headquarters, leading to his arrest.

The statement reads, “One Mrs Christiana Audu Matthew said that her son Godwin Matthew, 26-years-old left home with his father to the family’s farm but later discovered that the young man had macheted his father to death.

“In the course of interrogation, the suspect stated that on 9th September 2021, his late father directed him to kill a chicken for his brother, one Emmanuel Audu for his entertainment.

Meanwhile, it was only the chicken head that was given to him and this made him to kill his father.”

According to Mrs. Odunlami, the suspect had been charged to court.

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Malawi police in Mchinji arrest 62 illegal immigrants – The Maravi Post




MCHINJI-(MaraviPost)-The Malawi Police in Mchinji have arrested 62 immigrants of different nationalities including Ethiopians, Bangladesh and Pakistanis as they allegedly tried to exit Malawi using unchartered routes.

The suspects include 50 Ethiopians, eight Bangladeshi and four Pakistans.

They were detained by community members from the area of Traditional Authority (T.A) Kazyozyo in the district, before police officers and the Malawi Defence Force soldiers went to the scene to apprehend them.

Station Officer for Mchinji, Charles James Mpezeni, told the press that the immigrants are between the ages of 13 and 37, were picked from Dzaleka Refugee Camp. They shall be handed to immigration officials for deportation.

Detamo Tafese, an Ethiopian in the group says they have been in transit for over three months.

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UN honours Henrietta Lacks, whose cells transformed medical research worldwide  – The Maravi Post




This Wednesday, the UN World Health Organization’s (WHO) Director-General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, recognized her world-changing legacy with a special award.   

In 1951, while Ms. Lacks sought treatment, researchers took biopsies from her body without her knowledge or consent, and her cells became the first “immortal” cell line, now known as the “HeLa cells”.  

‘Reckoning’ with injustice 

Shockingly, as WHO points out, the global scientific community once hid her race and her real story, a historical wrong that Wednesday’s recognition hopes to help redress. 

For Tedros, in honouring Mrs. Lacks, the UN agency “acknowledges the importance of reckoning with past scientific injustices and advancing racial equity in health and science.” 

He said the award was also “an opportunity to recognize women, particularly women of colour, who have made incredible but often unseen contributions to medical science.” 


The award was received at the WHO office in Geneva by Lawrence Lacks, Ms. Lacks’ 87-year-old son.  

He is one of the last living relatives who personally knew her. Mr. Lacks was accompanied by several of Henrietta Lacks’ grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and other family members. 

Mr. Lacks said the family was moved to receive this historic recognition, honouring “a remarkable woman and the lasting impact of her HeLa cells.” 

“My mother’s contributions, once hidden, are now being rightfully honoured for their global impact,” he said.  

“My mother was a pioneer in life, giving back to her community, helping others live a better life and caring for others. In death she continues to help the world. Her legacy lives on in us and we thank you for saying her name – Henrietta Lacks.”  

According to WHO, women of colour continue to be disproportionately affected by cervical cancer. The COVID-19 pandemic has also exposed the many health inequities that persist among marginalized communities around the world. 

Studies in various countries consistently document that Black women are dying of cervical cancer at several times the rate of white women. Today, 19 of the 20 countries with the highest cervical cancer burdens are in Africa. 

Cervical cancer strategy 

The past year, which saw the 100th anniversary of Henrietta Lacks’ birth, also coincided with the launch of WHO’s Global strategy to accelerate the elimination of cervical cancer, an initiative Mrs. Lacks’ family has endorsed.  

Her relatives have also joined WHO in advocating for equity in access to the HPV vaccine, which protects against a range of cancers, including cervical cancer.  

Despite having been prequalified by WHO over 12 years ago, supply constraints and high prices still prevent adequate doses from reaching girls in low and middle-income countries. 

As of 2020, less than 25% of low-income countries and less than 30% of lower middle-income countries had access to the HPV vaccine through their national immunization programmes, compared with more than 85% of high-income countries. 

For the Assistant Director-General for Strategic Priorites and Special Advisor to the Director General, Princess Nothemba Simelela, “it is unacceptable that access to the lifesaving HPV vaccine can be shaped by your race, ethnicity or where you happen to be born.” 

Reminding that the HPV vaccine was developed using Henrietta Lacks’ cells, she added: “We owe it to her and her family to achieve equitable access to this groundbreaking vaccine.” 

Remarkable Contribution  

As a young mother, Henrietta Lacks and her husband were raising five children near Baltimore when she fell ill.  

She went to Johns Hopkins medical centre in the city, one of the few leading hospitals at the time which served African-Americans, after experiencing extensive vaginal bleeding and was diagnosed with cervical cancer.  Despite treatment, she died on October 4, 1951, at only 31 years old. 

During treatment, researchers took samples of her tumour. That “HeLa” cell line was a scientific breakthrough: the first immortal line of human cells to divide indefinitely, under laboratory conditions, to power research.  

The cells were mass produced, for profit, without recognition to her family. Over 50,000,000 metric tonnes of HeLa cells have been distributed around the world – forming part of over 75,000 studies. 

In addition to the HPV and polio vaccines, they allowed for development of drugs for HIV/AIDS, haemophilia, leukaemia, and Parkinson’s disease; breakthroughs in reproductive health, including in vitro fertilization; research on chromosomal conditions, cancer, gene mapping, and precision medicine. 

Currently, they are being used in studies responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Teal tribute 

Following the presentation of the award, the family and WHO proceeded to the shores of Lake Geneva, to watch the city’s iconic Jet d’Eau illuminate in the colour teal, the colour which marks cervical cancer awareness. 

It is the first of several world monuments that will illuminate in teal between now and November 17th, marking the first anniversary of the launch of the global elimination campaign.

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