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Bombay, Telangana HCs yet to decide on TRAI tariff cases

Cases have been filed in various courts across the country and while the Calcutta High Court has vacated the stay on the case and the Gujarat High Court has asked for a response from TRAI, the Bombay and Telangana courts are yet to decide on similar petitions.

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Madras HC dismisses PIL against TRAI tariff order

After the Supreme Court verdict that went in favour of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s tariff scheme, the Madras High Court has dismissed a petition challenging this 2017 order.

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DPOs say TRAI tariff order lacks value without 15% bouquet discount cap

With TRAI’s petition seeking clarity on the 15 per cent bouquet discount cap being dismissed as withdrawn in the Supreme Court, distribution platform operators (DPOs)

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TRAI issues warning against spreading 'fabricated' facts on tariff

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Tuesday cautioned stakeholders against spreading “concocted and fabricated facts” against its new tariff directive, while releasing a list of TV channels along with their respective maximum retail prices as per information received from...

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IBF to intervene in TRAI's SC petition on 15% discount cap

The TRAI tariff order, which remained a topic of intense debate and discussion in 2017 and 2018, is likely to dominate discourse early on in 2019 too, at least from a legal standpoint as the Supreme Court resumes work after the winter vacations.

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