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Sun TV security clearance review sought; two channels' cancellation stayed

NEW DELHI: A review has been sought by the information and broadcasting ministry from the home ministry about security clearance to Sun TV Network Ltd in view of the amended guidelines of that ministry. Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu told the Parliament yesterday that no reply had been received so...

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DD reaches 92 per cent of India; FreeDish 30 million homes

NEW DELHI: Doordarshan in terrestrial mode is estimated to be available to about 92 per cent population spread over 81 per cent area of the country, the Parliament has been told.

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Pakistan Broadcasters Association to oppose PEMRA Indian content ban

MUMBAI: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) shocked both Pakistan and Indian broadcasters when it issued an order blanking out  all Indian content from Pakistan’s television channels on 19 October.

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Minister hints Consumer Protection Bill passage next Parliament session

NEW DELHI. The Consumer Protection Bill 2015, seeking to amend the archaic Consumer Protection Act and make provisions for penalising misleading advertisements and celeb endorsers, could be enacted into a law in the next session of Parliament, which is likely to reconvene later this month.

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A majority of advertisers comply with dictat of ASCI on complaints: Tewari

NEW DELHI: More than ninety per cent of the advertisers comply with the orders of the Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI).

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