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NTO 2.0 update: Broadcasters conclude their argument before Bombay HC

KOLKATA:  As the ongoing legal battle between broadcasters and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India(TRAI) in Bombay High Court nears its ending, the broadcasters have concluded their argument. On 18 September, the solicitor general will open for TRAI before the court. TRAI chairman R S Sharma...

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Delhi High Court stays the broadcast of Sudarshan News’ communal show

A major controversy erupted when Sudarshan News CMD & editor-in-chief Suresh Chavanke released a promo of his forthcoming episode UPSC Jihad of his television show Bindas Bol on Aug 25.

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Bombay HC orders conflicting parties to present submissions on the validity of sec11 of TRAI Act by 31 August

KOLKATA: Amid the ongoing tussle between the Broadcasters and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India( TRAI) regarding the amended new tariff order (NTO 2.0), the Bombay High Court’s division bench comprising of Justice A A Sayed, Justice Anuja Prabbhudesai heard the case on Thursday. The bench...

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Emami VS HUL: Bombay high court restrains Emami to not use ‘Glow & Handsome’ trademark until further notice

NEW DELHI: In a recent development, the Bombay High Court has restrained FMCG company, Emami, to not use its ‘Glow and Handsome’ trademark till further notice, saying that prima facie Hindustan Unilever (HUL) had used it first in its brand.

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Bombay high court's NTO 2.0 verdict on 24 August

KOLKATA: The Bombay high court's verdict on the NTO 2.0 case between broadcasters and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is expected on 24 August. Until then, all parties have agreed to wait before taking any further decision.  During a hearing last week, the court asked both parties...

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