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SC tells DD to air show warning about Blue Whale

NEW DELHI: Amidst reports of suicides reportedly caused by the Blue Whale online game, public broadcaster Doordarshan has been asked by the Supreme Court to conceive and air a cautionary and educational programme on its dangers. DD was given a week’s time to prepare the programme that should be of...

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SC show cause to BCCI: Why Lodha panel recommendations not implemented

The Supreme Court has issued a show cause notice to BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary to explain as to why its order on the Justice R M Lodha committee recommendations has not yet been implemented.

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Star India wins: SC disallows Prasar from retransmitting shared sports feed live

The Supreme Court has said that shared feed of sporting events can only be carried on the terrestrial network of Doordarshan or DD FreeDish.

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IPL: BCCI tells SC rights bidding process under way, hearing on 22 Aug

MUMBAI: The Supreme Court sent a legal notice to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)  enquiring why the IPL media rights auction has not taken place online. And, BCCI told the court that e-auction of rights was not possible and that the court should not intervene as the bidding process...

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SC stays new TRAI tariff, asks Madras HC to complete hearing in four weeks

The Supreme Court of India has granted a stay on TRAI's new tariff orders. A division bench of the Supreme Court comprising Justice Rohinton Fali Narman and Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose has agreed to the demand of Star India staying the new tariff order and interconnect regulations.

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