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Plea against Jio's free offer coming up in HC

MUMBAI: The Delhi High Court will be hearing a plea filed by Vodafone India alleging that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India had failed to stop Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd's (RJio)'s what it called "blatant violation" of tariff orders, directions and regulations by allowing it to go on with...

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TRAI: HC asks Idea, DoT to file affidavit on plea

Idea Cellular Ltd. has moved the Delhi High Court against TRAI's recommendation to impose a penalty of Rs 950 crore for allegedly not providing interconnection to Reliance Jio (RJIO), even as Department of Telecommunications (DoT) said the plea was premature.

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TRAI likely to appeal against HC order on draft broadcast tariff

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India could move the apex court challenging the Madras High Court’s status quo order on draft tariff rules for the broadcast sector that stopped it from issuing any further guidelines.

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HC terms Care World TV 'ban' as illegal

MUMBAI: The vigilant and democratic courts in India seem to be favouring justice more than regulation. The government apparently has been passing regulatory orders without studying the respective issues well and not doing sufficient homework before pleading their case/s. The Bombay High Court has...

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HC seeks detailed govt order on Care World India's week-long ban

The Bombay High Court today said the Information and Broadcasting Ministry's order imposing a one-week ban against Care World India TV is not a ‘speaking order’ as it does not give details of the violations by the channel.

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