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Is DAS III optional in AP, Telangana? HC seeks Govt answer by 31 Jan

MUMBAI: A high court division bench has directed the Centre to respond to a PIL questioning the coercive manner in which the authorities were trying to bring in digital transmission of television programmes. Posting the case to 31 January, the bench has directed Central Government to clarify the...

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States may decide Pak artistes films fate

NEW DELHI: The Central Government will not intervene in cases involving protests about Pakistani actors working in Indian films if the film had been certified by the Central Board of Film Certification.

Regulators I&B Ministry
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I&B Ministry asks TRAI and PCI to accelerate views on the proposed FDI limits

NEW DELHI: In the light of the current scenario of demands for growth in the media sector escalating, Information and Broadcasting Ministry has asked the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India to speed up its comments on the reference made earlier regarding foreign investment limits in the...

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Central Government takes measures to promote entertainment industry

MUMBAI: With the intent of promoting the entertainment industry of India the Central Government has taken up various measures making it easier for the industry to explore avenues.

Regulators Supreme Court
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Broadcast bill ready; scheduled to be tabled in Monsoon Session of Parliament

NEW DELHI / MUMBAI: After many years of meandering on the margins (since 1997), the information and broadcasting ministry is ready with a final draft of the Broadcast Bill 2006, which in all likelihood is going to turn out to be controversial and stringent at the same time.

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