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Bombay High Court stays BARC order against India Today

NEW DELHI: The TRP manipulation row has embroiled several parties including news broadcasters, research agencies and police authorities. The row is getting murkier as it goes along. Last week, the Bombay high court stayed an order passed by BARC disciplinary committee and directed BARC India not to...

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NTO 2.0 case: Judgement reserved, TRAI can’t take any coercive step

The Bombay High Court bench today reserved its judgement on the NTO 2.0 case. After hearing both sides, the court has also ordered the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) not to take any coercive action against the broadcasters for non-implementation of the amended tariff order.

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Bombay high court questions TRAI on twin conditions, DPO bouquets

Within a very short span of the new tariff order (NTO) implementation, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) issued a set of amendments at the beginning of 2020. These have been challenged legally by the major broadcasters, and the litigation is still in progress.

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Bombay HC orders conflicting parties to present submissions on the validity of sec11 of TRAI Act by 31 August

KOLKATA: Amid the ongoing tussle between the Broadcasters and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India( TRAI) regarding the amended new tariff order (NTO 2.0), the Bombay High Court’s division bench comprising of Justice A A Sayed, Justice Anuja Prabbhudesai heard the case on Thursday. The bench...

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Emami VS HUL: Bombay high court restrains Emami to not use ‘Glow & Handsome’ trademark until further notice

NEW DELHI: In a recent development, the Bombay High Court has restrained FMCG company, Emami, to not use its ‘Glow and Handsome’ trademark till further notice, saying that prima facie Hindustan Unilever (HUL) had used it first in its brand.

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