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MIB cancels permission to two channels

BENGALURU: Permissions to two private channels – one news and current affairs and one non-news and current affairs channel have been cancelled in this calendar year as on 28 February 2018 as per the information put out by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB). The total number of...

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BSNL inks deals with SoftBank-backed OneWeb for satellite capacity

MUMBAI: Government-run telecommunications company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), which markets its broadband service as Data One, is talking to Greg Wyler’s proposed OneWeb satellite constellation about leasing capacity, according to Advanced-television.com. The plan is reportedly to “...

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ISRO readies GSAT-6A satellite for launch

MUMBAI: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is set to launch its high-power GSAT-6A communications satellite onboard GSLV Mk-II (GSLV F08) on 29 March 2018. The government-funded organisation will use one of its rockets for the launch, from the Sriharikota island site in Andhra Pradesh...

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ISRO, DoT turf wars delaying connectivity reach: govt official

MUMBAI: India builds low-cost satellites but has the most expensive bandwidth, a senior Indian government official said on Tuesday, blaming turf wars between ISRO and Department of Telecoms (DoT) for delays in taking connectivity to far-flung areas. DoT special secretary N Sivasailam also flagged...

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TRAI suggests simplifying processes for broadcast, cable-related businesses

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), in its bid to ease business norms relating to the broadcast and cable sector, has urged the government to simplify various licensing and clearance processes, putting time limits in some cases.

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