Amrita Television, the 24-hour global Malayalam channel that re-defined the entertainment perspective of Malayalees, has completed a decade of successful journey. Established in April 2005
Recap of the news that happened on previous day along with the early morning updates
Mid-day general news bulletin that covers local, national and international news
Amrita TV's 10 pm news, Top 10 @ Ten, which showcases the top ten stories of the day, has been recognized as a unique news bull etin on Malayalam television. Each of the stories is treated with a perspective which is refreshingly different and at the same time provides a bird's eye view of the major happenings in the State and the nation.
Amrita TV's Ente Vartha (My News) introduced the novel concept of Citizen Journalism not just to Malayalam television but to th e entire Kerala media scene. The show underlined the news sense, reporting skills and moral responsibilities of a group of ordinary citizens who filed raw, unalloyed information on a rainbow spectrum of issues, problems and controversies across the State. The show has given away millions as aid to the destitute in these years and has become a strong presence in the social scene of Kerala as a valiant fighter for justice.
Experts in allopathic medicine talk on various health conditions, explains about treatment options and give advice on managemen t of diseases and provide general health tips through this programme
The word Jeevadhara means the flow of life, it comes from the combination of two words "jeeva" which means "the breath of life" and "dhara" which means to pour .Jeevadhara is a program devoted to finding and enhancing the "flow of life" by seeking out people knowledgeable in Ayurveda the oldest and most comprehensive healthcare system known mankind. The science of Ayurveda operates from the truth that nature is the ultimate healer of all diseases. The importance of plants as a gateway to this harmony is a primary subject of this program. Much of this information is at risk of being lost, this wisdom is only passed down from one generation to the next. Jeevadhara is an entertaining way for viewers to keep in touch with this vast legacy of knowledge still in existence in Kerala today. Our anchor interviews many one of kind experts in the science of natural health care, many of which live in remote regions. This program gives viewers opportunity access information not available ordinarily to the public.'