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Kanpur LCOs forced to pay user charges for cable despite any provision by TRAI

Although there is no reference to any charge being levied on right of way given to cable television operators to use electricity poles after launching of digital access system, the Kanpur municipal corporation has forced LCOs to deposit up to Rs 10,000 even as a final settlement has yet to come.

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TRAI decides to restrict entry to Open House on Media Ownership

NEW DELHI: Alarmed by the disruption of the Open House on Media Ownership in Hyderabad by local cable operators and multi-system operators, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) today issued a notice restricting entry into the Open House to be

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LCOs say taxes have to be paid by MSOs under DAS

NEW DELHI: Organisations of cable operators in Delhi have expressed surprise at reports that the Delhi Government is attempting to charge some local cable operators with evading taxes.

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Neo Sports challenges Trai decision on price cut for its sports channels

NEW DELHI: The Telecom Disputes Settlement Appellate Tribunal today asked Trai to explain by 7 February the basis of its decision to slash the bouquet prices of Neo Sports and Neo Sports Plus channels' from Rs 58.50 to Rs 37.25, on which the channels had filed an appeal.

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Trai slashes Nimbus bouquet price by Rs 21.25

NEW DELHI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has directed Nimbus Sports Broadcast Pvt Ltd to reduce the price of its two channels by Rs 21.25 to Rs 37.25. Nimbus had priced the bouquet at Rs 58.50.

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