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Government ready to issue DTH LoI to Sun

NEW DELHI: Sun TVs direct-to-home (DTH) service licence is on its way with the path being cleared for the issuance of a letter of intent (LoI). According to the government, a communication has been sent to the Sun TV group asking them to complete some formalities that would lead to the issuance of...

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Stop airing crime shows: court tells Udaya, ETV

BANGALORE: A division bench of the Karnataka High Court comprising justices AM Farooq and AB Hinchgeri passed an interim order on a petition by AV Amarnathan, a lawyer. The HC directed Udaya TV and ETV not to air programmes that were being investigated by the police or matters pending before the...

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Delhi HC: BCCI open to judicial review

NEW DELHI: Didn't we say that the cricket saga is full of twists and turns? Even as the Supreme Court is refereeing whether the Indian cricket board is a 'state' or not within the parameters of the definition of Article 12, the Delhi High Court today held that Board of Control for Cricket in...

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PIL filed in Bombay HC challenging India rights tender

MUMBAI: The Board for Cricket Control in India (BCCI) was today hit with a public interest litigation (PIL) filed in the Bombay High Court alleging irregularities in the tender process for cricket broadcast rights. The BCCI, which opened bidding only last Saturday, has invited tenders for cricket...

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SC refuses to stay exit polls

The Supreme Court, on Monday, refused to stay the telecast and publication of exit polls till the last phase of polling on 10 May. The details of the hearing are still to come out.

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