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Reliance Digital TV is one of the largest Indian pay TV providers, providing direct broadcast satellite service?including satellite television, audio programming, and interactive television services?to commercial and residential customers in India. It is the 5th DTH service launched in India. Its slogan "TV ho Toh BIG Ho" Reliance digital TV limited is a part of Reliance Communications Ltd., a subsidiary of Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, founded by the Late Dhirubhai Ambani, the Indian business tycoon and owned by his son Anil Ambani. BIG TV started operations from 19 August 2008 with the slogan "TV ho Toh BIG Ho" ("If you have a TV, make it BIG"). It currently offers close to 250 channels and many interactive ones, 32 cinema halls (i.e. Pay Per View Cinema Channels) as well as many Radio channels. The company plans to increase the number of channels in the near future to 400 and begin High Definition (HD) broadcast. There are also plans to introduce services like i-Stock, i-News and other such interactive services in the future.
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Proddatur (Telugu: ) is the second largest town and an urban agglomeration in Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh state in India. The urban agglomeration (metropolitan area) includes Proddatur town, Bollavaram, Gopavaram, Modameedipalle and Rameswaram. The town is referred to as the Second Bombay because of the volume of gold and cotton business that happens there and as "Second Mysore" because of the grand Dasara festival celebrations. According to 2011 census, it has a population of more than 150,000 in the town and more than 200,000 in the metropolitan area. The town is a Grade I municipal corporation and is located 51 kilometres (32mi) away from the district capital, Kadapa. Proddatur is on the banks of river Penna. Its neighbouring towns include Mydukur, Jammalamadugu, Yerraguntla and Korrapadu. According to provisional reports of 2011 census, Proddatur town has a population of 162,816 of which 115,011 are literates and the metropolitan area has a population of 217...