Looks like Swarnavahini has begun broadcasting on CBNSat from yesterday. It seems likely that very soon CBNSat customers can say bye to their regular tv antenna if all the remaining local channels join their broadcast. Although the other E.A.P Channels are not still available via CBNSat, it is just a matter of time as they should also be available very soon. This leaves out a few more local channels to come aboard CBNSat. In addition if the CBNSat customers are to tell goodbye to their regular tv antenna, the engineering department at CBNSat should make sure that there is no disruption to tranmission. It is very sad to see that CBNSat transmission gets disrupted for rain, even though they say that it will last for only 5 to 10 minutes it usually takes longer for them to rectify and restore transmission. This is a problem that has to be addressed to by the management of CBNSat very soon. Well good luck guys!