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Videocon d2h is one of the largest Indian pay TV provider, providing direct broadcast satellite service?including satellite television, audio programming, and interactive television services?to commercial and residential customers in India. Videocon d2h offers 330 channels and services which include 12 HD channels and 21 Active Music Services. In March 2011, Videocon d2h launched its HD Digital Video Recorder (DVR) box with 3D which could record live content. With the launch of its 3D Set Top Box (STB), Videocon d2h became the first DTH provider in India to offer a 3D compatible STB since none of the other DTH providers had a 3D compatible Box.
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About Baba bakala
Baba Bakala is a historical town and Tehsil in the Amritsar district in Punjab, India.Baba Bakala is closely associated with the 9th Guru of Sikhs, Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib. The Guru meditated here for full twenty six years nine months and thirteen days. There is a holy Gurudwara Sahib in his memory.
Baba Bakala was originally known as Bakkan-Wala turned Bakala because It was a mound, where deer (Bakk in persian) could be found grazing.EIGHTH sikh Guru Harkrishan Ji named Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji as the 9th Guru,who was a grand father(BABA) in relation with him, so he ushered Baba at Bakala, ultimately name of town transformed to Baba Bakala from Bakala.