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TV9 (Gujarati)

TV9 Gujarat (ટીવી૯ ગુજરાત)
TV9 Gujarati
Launched January 2008
Network TV9
Slogan ગર્વ છે, ગુજરાતી છું [Garv Chhe Gujarati Chhun]
Country India
Language Gujarati
Headquarters Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India,
Sister channel(s) TV9 Kannada, TV9 Telugu, Kolkata TV, News9, TV1, TV9 Maharashtra
Website .htm_guj/home/

TV9 Gujarat (Gujarati: ટીવી૯ ગુજરાત) is a Gujarati language 24-hour news channel. It operates from Ahmedabad city of India's Gujarat state .

Its news content is popular being the only Gujarati news channel. It has a daily cookery show called FIVE STAR TADKA which is popular for its Gujarati recipes. The channel's tag line is Garv Che Gujarati Chhun.

TV9 Gujarat is part of Associated Broadcasting Company, which also operates news channels like TV9 (Telugu), TV9 (Kannada) and TV9 Maharashtra.[1]


  1. ^ Ajay Sukumaran (Feb 3, 2008). "TV9 plans to launch English news channel".  

External links

  • TV9 Gujarat Videos
  • / TV9 Gujarati LIVE
  • / TV9 Gujarati Facebook
  • / Tv9 Gujarati Twitter
  • TV9 Gujarat schedule

Some TV9 Gujarati Shows

  • '5 star Tadka'
  • ‘Bhakti’
  • ‘Crime Watch’
  • ‘Overtake’
  • 'Bollywood gupshup'
  • 'Tellywood ni Tik Tik'
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