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News Broadcasters Association challenges new IT rules in High Court

Over a month after the new IT rules came into effect, the News Broadcasters Association (NBA) has filed a plea in the Kerala high court challenging the new rules stating that they give government authorities "excessive powers" to "unreasonably and impermissibly restrict" the freedom of speech and...

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India opens facilitation office to speed up approvals for international filmmakers: Javadekar

India has opened up a facilitation office to attract more international filmmakers to India and ensure that they get all permissions in one go, said the union minister for information and broadcasting Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday.

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MIB amends Cable TV Rules for redressal of broadcast-related complaints

The Centre has amended the Cable Television Network Rules to provide for a three-layer statutory mechanism for the redressal of consumer’s complaints relating to the content broadcast by TV channels.

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I&B ministry prohibits Hope TV’s broadcast for a month

The ministry of information and broadcasting has directed all multiple system operators (MSOs) and local cable operators (LCOs)  not to broadcast Hope TV, a Christian lifestyle channel for 30 days.

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GAMA resolved 8,963 grievances against fake ads in 3 years

NEW DELHI: The Grievance Against Misleading Advertisements (GAMA) portal set up by the ministry of consumer affairs in 2015 received 12,187 complaints against misleading advertisements in the past three years, i.e. 2017-2020, Union minister Prakash Javadekar has said. He shared the data while...

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