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Airtel digital TV is an Indian direct broadcast satellite service provider owned and operated by Bharti Airtel. Airtel has total of 315 Channels and Services including 14 HD channels. Airtel DTH also provides Airtel Digital TV Recorder, Airtel Digital TV [HD], Airtel Digital TV [HD] Recorder.
Airtel Digital TV on Oct. 2010 launched a new way for people to enjoy live TV on the move, in form of in-bus entertainment. A multi TV screen Mobile Vehicle DTH solution with installation of its connections in RSTC Super Luxury Volvo buses plying on Delhi - Jaipur Highway. Airtel Digital TV also Lunched HD DVR with 3D.
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Virar (Marathi: ) is a city in Maharashtra, India, part of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Virar is also a part of Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation in Thane district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Virar railway station is the northern-most railway station on the Western Line of Mumbai Suburban Railway.
Virar is located at 1928N 7248E / 19.47N 72.8E / 19.47; 72.8. It has an average elevation of 11metres (36feet). The climate of the city is tropical. During Summer, the humidity level is very high and in winter the climate is almost always dry. Virar falls in a region of high to very high rainfall often experiencing devastating rainfall in the monsoon period of June to September, every year.
The name Virar, as some believe, comes from the Indian philosopher Jeevan Virar. Some however argue that the name actually comes from the Goddess Eka-viraa (). Just as Tunga Parvat becomes Tunga-ar, similarly Vira becomes Vira-ar.There is a huge temple of Eka-vira...