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Wajah Tum Ho: No Cause de Celebre, this!

MUMBAI: Wajah Tum Ho is a murder mystery just like any other. One may have heard of suicides being committed on live phone video or computer video and one hears a lot about hacking of computers on the highest levels. Wajah Tum Ho combines the ideas for its new approach to dealing with a thriller;...

Movies Hindi
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HC terms Care World TV 'ban' as illegal

MUMBAI: The vigilant and democratic courts in India seem to be favouring justice more than regulation. The government apparently has been passing regulatory orders without studying the respective issues well and not doing sufficient homework before pleading their case/s. The Bombay High Court has...

Regulators High Court
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Cashless villages 'Mumkin Hai' with new channel & Rs 5-cr campaign

MUMBAI: The government has launched 'DigiShala', a Doordarshan free DTH channel, to promote cashless transactions in India -- the first step in online payment education through the electronic media. The channel will be brought through GSAT15 (DD Direct DTH), 93.5 degree East, Receive frequency:...

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Telecast ban withheld in two of 31 cases; no IMC recast plan

NEW DELHI: Information and broadcasting minister M Venkaiah Naidu has said that there have been only two cases in the past two years and the current year where the government has put on hold its orders asking TV channels to prohibit transmission for limited time.

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Pak to award three DTH licences on 23 Nov; Chinese, UAE companies also in fray

MUMBAI: Twelve companies have been shortlisted by PEMRA to bid for the award of three DTH licences on 23 November which is anticipated to fetch around US$400 million. Initially the authority will issue license for a period of 15 years, which will be extended as per agreement.

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