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Tax regime change unlikely to benefit media companies

A recent JP Morgan report titled "Budget FY04 Preview - easy on consumers, harsh on corporates" says the media sector will receive a positive impetus from a drop in the duties of set-top boxes (STBs). The report adds that a change in the tax regime is unlikely to affect media companies.

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British PM Tony Blair on MTV's global forum

MTV's global forum has chosen British prime minister Tony Blair to field questions from 40 young people hailing from Europe, the Middle East and the United States during the hour-long programme.

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'Six Feet Under' site goes beyond the grave

Life. Death. Guilt. Afterlife. The daily routine for the Fisher family can involve some grave issues, especially when it comes to running the family's grief management business.

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Consumer body PIL seeks to plug cable TV rate hike before July 2003

Consumers are playing safe considering the uncertain circumstances related to the implementation of conditional access system - CAS - in the country. Consumer Action Network, a consumer activist organisation comprising of lawyers, has filed a writ petition by way of Public Interest Litigation in...

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Sony readying five new shows for launch post-World Cup

The thrust has been given. Now it has to build on the momentum. Sony Entertainment Television will be launching five new shows once the World Cup is over.

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GoM set to discuss FDI in DTH Thursday

A group of ministers (GoM) is slated to discuss tomorrow foreign direct investment (FDI) in various sectors, including direct to-home television broadcasting venture, and examine whether the existing FDI cap can be reviewed.

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BBC Worldwide secures international rights for Triathlon

BBC Worldwide, the commercial consumer arm of the BBC, and the International Triathlon Union (ITU) have signed a deal. For the first time, BBC Worldwide will have full international television distribution rights for all ITU events, including the Triathlon World Cup and Triathlon World...

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CLB asks Mukta Arts to respond to government

Mukta Arts, promoted by Bollywood director-producer Subhash Ghai, has been asked to respond to the application forwarded by the Indian government to the Company Law Board (CLB) seeking permission to investigate the company's affairs.

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Aaj Tak deputy news director Ajay Chaudhary dies in accident

Leading Hindi news channel Aaj Tak has lost a key member of its journalistic team. Aaj Tak deputy news director Ajay Chaudhary died yesterday following a fatal road accident near Ajmer, in the western Indian state of Rajasthan.

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