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Independent TV’s suspended DTH service to resume after 3 July

MUMBAI: While DTH provider Independent TV Network abruptly shut its services recently, the service is expected to resume only after 3 July as per an update on the website.  Earlier, the DTH operator said it was expected to resume after 22 June.

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TDSAT directs Independent TV to clear Antrix dues, warns of disconnection

In a major blow to direct to home (DTH) operator Independent TV, the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) has asked it to either pay its dues to Antrix Corporation or face disconnection, in a case that was filed by the former in early 2018.

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ISRO to launch 3 satellites for high-speed bandwidth connectivity

To provide high-speed bandwidth connectivity to rural areas, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch three more satellites as a part of the government’s digital India programme, according to a report by the Press Trust of India.

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Parliamentary IT report cites high charge by Antrix as hurdle to satellite connectivity

Despite the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) citing high cost of satellite-delivered bandwidth to reach remote areas for providing broadband services, parliament’s committee on IT has observed that prohibitive cost should not come in the way of availing of the services as adequate funds are...

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ISRO stresses on indigenization; TRAI for Open Sky policy

NEW DELHI: Even as he advocated an Open Sky Policy for satellites usage, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) chairman R S Sharma said an early formulation of a satellite communication (satcom) policy was desirable if the goals of Digital India have to be achieved. On the other hand, Indian...

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