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Star India & franchises set for Pro Kabaddi League season 3

MUMBAI: What Star India did for the Indian sport of Kabbadi is unprecedented. With the success that Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) has seen in a short span of time, it almost seems as if the game was a dark horse waiting to be saddled. From a flying bubble to an established entity, Star India CEO Uday...

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Bloomberg & Business Broadcast News end licensing deal in India

MUMBAI: After seven years of partnership, Bloomberg L.P. and Business Broadcast News have decided to end their media licensing agreement in India on 31 March, 2016.   Both parties have mutually ended the licensing agreement and will pursue their respective new business strategies.   While Business...

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Easypolicy raises $2.2 million in funding led by Ronnie Screwvala's Unilazer

MUMBAI: Serial entrepreneur Ronnie Screwvala is on an investment spree. After recently funding the online gadget accessory store DailyObjects, Screwvala’s Unilazer Ventures has now invested in insurance policy aggregator, an insurance comparison website.    EasyPolicy has raised...

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Arre's first sitcom 'I Don't Watch TV' to launch in February

MUMBAI: Arré, the digital media company founded by Ronnie Screwvala along with B Saikumar and Ajay Chacko, is all set to launch its first sitcom in February 2016.   The show titled as I Don’t Watch TV (IDWT) is a wild comedy on the evolving Indian TV industry. The first season consisting of five...

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‘Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon Ek Jashn’ to ‘ICC World Cup’ What’s hot on the Indian OTT scene

MUMBAI: The latest buzz about town is how Netflix is all set to launch in India later this week. But even without the American Video On Demand (VOD) giant, India’s over the top (OTT) scene has kept pretty active, thanks to all the new and edgy shows that the different platforms streamed last year...

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