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Gujarat HC issues notice to TRAI over MSO-LCO profit sharing

The Gujarat High Court issued a notice to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) and the centre on 1 February 2019, over a petition filed by local cable operators (LCOs) challenging the decision to fix the ratio of profit sharing between LCOs and multi-system operators (MSOs).

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SC stays J&K HC order to not prohibit outside food in theatre

MUMBAI: The Supreme Court has stayed a direction issued by the Jammu and Kashmir High Court to the multiplexes/cinema hall owners of the state not to prohibit cinema goers/viewers from carrying their own food articles and water inside the theatre, as per a report by the Indian Express.

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HC orders stay on MIB's licence cancellation directive to Alliance Broadcasting

MUMBAI: The Delhi High Court has ordered a stay on a Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) directive to a channel where it had withdrawn the channel’s licence stating that it lacked security clearance.

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MIB recants, says only explicit condom ads banned during the day

After stirring the hornet’s nest on the contentious issue of restricting condom ads to only water-shedding hours, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has clarified that such ads can be aired on TV during daytime.

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TRAI jurisdiction case listed for 31 July to peruse compliance report

The Madras High Court has listed for 31 July 2017 the Star India-Vijay TV's challenge to jurisdiction of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India after the latter said it would file its written submission only after scrutinising those of the broadcasters.

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