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TRAI tariff issue back in Supreme Court

The twists and turns in the case of a new tariff regime being sought to be implemented by broadcast and telecoms regulator TRAI continues. It has filed a petition in the Supreme Court on the issue of 15 per cent cap on discount on a bouquet price of TV channels to consumers that had been set aside...

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Tata Sky mulls fresh petition against TRAI tariff rollout

MUMBAI: Indian DTH operator Tata Sky is exploring options of filing a fresh petition in Delhi High Court against a Telecom Regulatory Authority of India directive to implement a new tariff regime from 3 July. Industry sources indicated that though Tata Sky withdrew its petition filed in the morning...

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Madras HC TRAI-Star case: All parties keep options open

MUMBAI: Even as till late evening yesterday all those connected with the case filed by Star India and Vijay TV against regulator TRAI in Madras High Court kept waiting for the full text of the court order, options for future course of action were kept open, including whether the high court should...

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Third Madras high court judge gives TRAI tariff order thumbs up

The long-awaited judgment of the Madras High Court on the TRAI tariff order has been pronounced.

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TRAI-Star case back to Madras HC with SC rider

The Supreme Court (SC) today referred the case relating to The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) and Star India involving the proposed tariff regulations back to Madras High Court (HC) with a rider that the judgement should be delivered within a month.

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