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Esha Media Research sees surge in demand of Railway Budget 2014 news clips

The enquiries were for news clips in parts or as a whole from different stakeholders and interested parties across the ecosystem including big IT companies and foreign direct investors.

Specials Budget Budget 2014
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Jayalalitha again seeks DAS licence for state-run Arasu

The Minister has in a letter to PM Narendra Modi asked him to intervene to secure DAS licence for Arasu Cable.

Cable TV Multi System Operators
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Code of Conduct bars clearance of any new TV channels in May 2014

A large number of new applications including MCCS that runs the ABP group of channels, Star India and Epic TV have been waiting in queue for a new licence.

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Narendra Modi: India’s next Prime Minister

With his claim of ‘Achche din aane wale hain’ Modi has managed to make his way to 7RCR.

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ABP NEWS NIELSEN - KAUN BANEGA PRADHANMANTRI - Modi most preferred as PM

BJP likely to emerge as the single largest party with 217 seats and NDA to get 236 in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, predicts opinion poll conducted by ABP News-Nielsen. Congress to confine with 73 seats and Kejriwal's AAP likely to get atound 10 seats in the Lok Sabha polls. NDA has gained 10 seats as...

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