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Court orders stay on music licensing societies from collecting royalties ahead of New Year

MUMBAI: It’s a judgment that has taken some time a-coming. For long Indian event organisers and agencies have been battling with the music licensing in various courts – the IPRS and PPL and Novex Communications – on their legal standing to collect royalties for music that is played out during...

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HC terms Care World TV 'ban' as illegal

MUMBAI: The vigilant and democratic courts in India seem to be favouring justice more than regulation. The government apparently has been passing regulatory orders without studying the respective issues well and not doing sufficient homework before pleading their case/s. The Bombay High Court has...

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HC admits challenge to Care World TV ban

NEW DELHI: The Bombay High Court yesterday admitted for hearing a petition challenging a week-long ban against Care World India TV, after the information and broadcasting ministry declined to replace its earlier order with a new detailed order.

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HC seeks detailed govt order on Care World India's week-long ban

The Bombay High Court today said the Information and Broadcasting Ministry's order imposing a one-week ban against Care World India TV is not a ‘speaking order’ as it does not give details of the violations by the channel.

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HC asks ministry to exempt controversial film for IFFK

The Kerala High Court has asked the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to grant exemption to the film "Ka Bodyscapes" in a week’s time.

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