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Times Network brings ‘Conflict’ representing frontline corona warriors

Times Network presents a special two-part documentary ‘Conflict’ representing the struggling stories of frontline corona warriors
who are balancing their commitment to their duty. Both the documentaries
are shot cautiously across 4 cities during the lockdown.

The first part of the documentary- ‘Conflict-Life At The Red Line’ will telecast on 18 July, Saturday at 7 PM on TIMES NOW, TIMES NOW WORLD, Mirror Now, and Live webcast on timesnownews.com. The documentary features Dr Rahul Tambe, Senior Consultant, Internal Medicine, Nanavati Hospital – Mumbai, Dr Shweta Jaitly, Senior Resident, Dept. of ENT – VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital – Delhi, Devyani Badwe, Staff Nurse, Nanavati Hospital – Mumbai, Snehal Sawant, Staff Nurse, Nanavati Hospital – Mumbai, Nakul Mangal, Emergency Medical Technician, Max Hospital – Delhi, Shibani Sardar, Janitor, Medica Superspecialtiy Hospital – Kolkata and Akash, an Indian student in France, who was amongst the initial COVID-19 positive patient in India.

The second part documentary, ‘Conflict: Touch Me Not’ slated to air in August, offers a glance into the lives of service professionals, whose livelihood is depended on human contact. The documentary takes viewers through the alleyways of Mumbai’s Kammatipura, home to thousands of sex workers, to provide a glimpse into their lives, which has come to a standstill during the lockdown and their daily struggle to provide for their children without an active income. The documentary also features compelling stories of a Mehendi artist from Delhi and makeup artist from Mumbai, who are fearing the worst as the negation of human touch, could mean an uncertain future. 

Viewers can also watch the repeat telecast of ‘Conflict: Life At The Red Line’ on July 19 at 1 pm only on TIMES NOW, TIMES NOW WORLD, Mirror NOW and Timesnownews.com

Vivek Srivastava, President – Strategy and Business Head, News and English Entertainment Cluster, Times Network said, “A global crisis unlike any, COVID-19 outbreak continues to disrupt the lives and upend the livelihoods of many. It is therefore essential to reimagine and reset our lives and businesses across industries to navigate the pandemic. Chronicling the impact of the pandemic on the lives of a multitude of professionals, the documentary series showcases a compelling narrative of courage and perseverance in our collective fight against the virus. We believe, these stories of resilience are critical to be told as it captures the perspectives of some of the most valiant lives braving the consequences of this pandemic”. 


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