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Tennis Channel launches OTT service

MUMBAI: Pay-TV platform Tennis Channel has launched a subscription-based streaming video service in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria, where tennis has mass followers. The OTT service, launched on 28 April, offers on-demand and live content. It will be rolled in other markets later. The 24-hour OTT...

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ISRO sees rise in third party satellite launches

MUMBAI: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is slowly but surely making its mark as far as its satellite launch services are concerned. Consider: in 2018-19 it pocketed Rs 324.19 crore courtesy its launch capabilities as against Rs 232.56 crore in the year before. That’s a decent 35 per...

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SPN India renews UEFA Euro Championship rights for Indian subcontinent

Continuing to respect and support new-time actors, Zee Cinemalu’s World Television Premiere of Idi Maa Prema Katha stars the well-known faces from the small screen – Zee Telugu’s very own Anchor Ravi and Kalyana Vaibhogam-famed Meghana Lokesh.

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For FIFA coverage, ESPN's perfect assist to Sony

The 2018 FIFA World Cup has been quite a show already. For fans, the tournament’s been nothing short of a thrill-a-minute ride with sheer drama and constant surprises on offer. The steady state of suspense during key matches has enabled Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) India, the event’s official...

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Indians want free education, healthcare and basic income: Ipsos global Socialism Survey

New Delhi, May 18, 2018:According to a global survey by Ipsos on Socialism, majority of the Indians polled want access to free education, free healthcare and a basic income.72% Indians believe socialist ideals are of considerable value for societal progress.

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