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PepsiCo, MSM attempting out of court settlement over ‘Youngistaan’

Delhi HC will on Monday hear PepsiCo’s plea against use of Youngistan as title of a film by MSM Motion Pictures

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Kantar says TAM to apply for registration within time given by Delhi HC

Kantar hopes the court will rule against the clause that bars shareholders of television ratings companies from holding more than 10% stakes in advertisers, advertising agencies

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Delhi HC restrains Sony TV from telecasting crime show on Chautala

NEW DELHI: A crime show based on the teachers‘ recruitment scam involving former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala and 54 others will not be telecast pending direction of the Delhi High Court. The show was to have been telecast on Sony TV‘s Crime Patrol tonight. Justice M L. Mehta‘s...

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Star moves Delhi HC against Trai ruling on cable rates

NEW DELHI: The mutterings in the industry over the broadcast regulator's decision to permit only an inflation-linked four per cent annual hike in cable TV prices, has finally translated into a court case.

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Delhi HC adjourns cricket case to 28 September

The cricket rights saga continues to meander. The Indian cricket board today told a Delhi court that a final view on cricket bids would be taken by a new committee after the organisation’s annual general meeting (AGM) this month.

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