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NDTV@25 New Delhi Television is, and has been for a quarter century, a pioneer in India’s news television. It is today the most watched and the most respected news network in India. From the path-breaking “The World This Week” (nominated as one of India’s 5 best television programs since Independence), to the first private news on Doordarshan “The News Tonight”, and producing India’s first 24-hour news channel “Star News”, NDTV has been in the forefront of every single news revolution. NDTV is most proud of how its work impacts the real world and how it is using its powerful reach to campaign for and with the people of India. 25 years of dedicated and innovative programming has brought into focus a number of social issues ranging from the 7 Wonders of India, Save Our Tigers, the Greenathon and Jeeena ki Asha to Marks for Sports, Support My School and the most recent University Sports Championships.
Updated Tue Sep 7, 2010 1:13pm AEST Guinness World Records has dubbed a 70-centimetre-tall Colombian as the world's shortest living man. Nino Hernandez, who weighs only 10 kilograms, has not grown since he was two years old. The previous titleholder was He Pingping of China, who was 4cm taller and died on March 13. However, Guinness says Mr Hernandez's title could be up for grabs very soon. Khagendra Thapa Magar of Nepal is expected to take over after he turns 18 on October 14.