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V6 challenges suspension; BARC to place facts before court

MUMBAI: V6 News, from the stable of the Telugu channel popular across Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, also wants to challenge Broadcast Audience Research Council India (BARC India) after the latter suspended its ratings review for some weeks along with other two channels on 24 November, 2016.

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Telecast ban withheld in two of 31 cases; no IMC recast plan

NEW DELHI: Information and broadcasting minister M Venkaiah Naidu has said that there have been only two cases in the past two years and the current year where the government has put on hold its orders asking TV channels to prohibit transmission for limited time.

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HC admits challenge to Care World TV ban

NEW DELHI: The Bombay High Court yesterday admitted for hearing a petition challenging a week-long ban against Care World India TV, after the information and broadcasting ministry declined to replace its earlier order with a new detailed order.

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Stay on Care World TV ban extended till 28 November

The Bombay High Court today extended till 28 November 2016 its stay on the order of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry imposing a one-week ban against Care World India TV.

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Ajit Gupta, Managing Director, Care World TV.

HC stays MIB order against Care World

Even as NDTV has gone to court and the MIB order against it held in abeyance, the Bombay High Court today stayed the order of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry directing a one-week ban against Care World India.

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