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There was also a question of changing the registration type.

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MUMBAI: Five MSO applicants and registered MSOs participated in an open house meeting to ascertain the status of their MSO application for grant of registration along with other queries.

Representatives from TJ  Cable Network, World Phone Infrastructure Services, Haur Cable Network, Lamjingba Times Pvt Ltd, Yadav Cable Network were present in the meeting.

Representatives from TJ Cable Network raised a query regarding change of entity from proprietorship firm to partnership firm and asked whether it is possible to transfer MSO registration from proprietor to partnership. But such a change is not possible since there is no such provision in the CTN Act.

The representative of applicant MSO World Phone Infrastructure Services informed about the status of the application and were told that their application is under examination in the DAS Section of the Ministry.

In addition to that, the  representatives of Haur Cable Network, Lamjingba Times  Pvt Ltd, Yadav  Cable  Network  mentioned  were informed about the  status of their applications that is under scrutiny in  the DAS section and security clearance from  MHA awaited. 

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