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MIB safeguards itself, asks applicant MSOs to sign affidavit

The MIB has also asked applicant MSOs to commit that in the event of any closure due to security clearance refusal by the Home Ministry, the applicants will not have any claim whatsoever against the Government for any investment that they made pursuant to the provisional registration.

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Sun TV denies receiving official memo from MHA; shares crash on bourses

At the close of trading today, Sun TV shares closed at Rs 279.60 (down 76.75, -21.54 per cent) on the BSE and at Rs 278.65 (down Rs 77.75, -21.83 per cent) on the NSE.

Television TV Channels Regional
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Madras HC denies stay on Kal Cables’ licence cancellation by MIB

The court has given a stay on the MIB direction to run a scroll asking subscribers to move to other MSOs.

Regulators High Court
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Ministry of Home Affairs gives security clearance lifeline

In a positive move, news broadcasters got a new lease on life when the Indian Home Ministry extended the current three year term of security clearance given to broadcasters to cover the entire duration of the channel's licence. Currently, licences given to TV channels are for 10 years.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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News channels want longer security clearance period: Tewari

Mumbai: News broadcasters have approached the ministry of information and broadcasting to increase the number of years they get security clearance for the channels they run.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting

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