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CREDAI-NCR forms five sub-chapters for speedy resolve of buyers’ complaints

To facilitate quicker redressal of buyer’s complaints, the NCR body of Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI-NCR) recently formed five sub-chapters.

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I&B minister Manish Tewari's update on Phase II digitisation data

New Delhi: The level of cable television digitisation in 38 cities in 14 states and one union territory of Phase II has touched 89.8 per cent, including 28.33 per cent DTH homes as on 21 April, three weeks after analogue switch-off.

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Digitisation penetration reaches 90 per cent, says Varma

NEW DELHI: Three weeks after the switch-off of analogue signals in a majority of the 38 cities covered under Phase II, the level of digitisation has touched ninety per cent, according to information& broadcasting ministry secretary Uday Kumar Varma.

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88 per cent digitisation achieved in Phase II, says Varma

NEW DELHI: The level of digitisation has reached around 88 per cent in the 38 cities covered in fourteen states and one union territory for Phase II of Digital Addressable System (DAS), a top Information & Broadcasting ministry official tells Indiantelevi

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DAS Phase II: Analogue signals switched-off in 5 states

NEW DELHI: Analogue signals have been completely switched-off in five states of Maharashtra, Punjab, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Haryana and the Union Territory of Chandigarh, according to information provided by nodal officers to the Information & Broadcasti

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