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SC refuses to stay demonetisation

The Supreme Court of India on Tuesday refused to stay the Central Government's notification demonetising Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes but asked it to enlist the measures to minimise public inconvenience, asked the Centre to take immediate steps to alleviate the hardships of the common man. “...

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SC rejects Star appeal on sharing sports signals with DD

The Supreme Court today upheld the contention by Prasar Bharati that enhancements embedded in the sports feed shared by sports channels with Doordarshan were commercial advertisements.

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SC: States expected to set up bodies to monitor govt. ads, raps Delhi govt.

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has said it expected all government “functionaries to rise to the occasion” and to act in the matter of publication of Government advertisements with “utmost responsibility to ensure that such advertisements carry the right message to the citizens and do not glorify...

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Supreme Court allows photos of Governors, CMs and Ministers permitted in Government ads, in review of earlier order

New Delhi: In a reversal of its own judgment of 13 May last year, the Supreme Court today allowed the use of photographs of governors, chief ministers and ministers in government advertisements. The apex Court gave the judgment on a batch of petitions filed by the Centre and various states seeking...

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Total number of MSO provisional licence holders rises to 522, taking total to over 750

NEW DELHI: Even as the Government got a fillip with the Supreme Court saying that Bombay High Court order did not imply a pan-India stay of digital addressable systems, 26 more multi-system operators got registration in the third week last month and took the total number to 753 including 231 which...

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