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Delhi meet stresses need for stricter norms in cable industry

Requirement of new norms and standards for the cable industry and viewers was the main topic in a discussion on `The Cable Industry and the Viewers: Setting New Norms and Standards' held in New Delhi on 30 April.

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CAS gets Union Cabinet clearance

The Union Cabinet gave the go-ahead to bring about amendments to The Cable TV Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995 to allow the imposition of conditional access systems in India a few minutes ago by government regulation.

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Blow cold, blow hot on CAS at Union Cabinet meeting today

There's been a lot of yo-yoeing on whether the Indian government would today consider modifying the Cable TV Networks (Regulation) Act 1995 to accomodate compulsory migration by cable TV operators towards conditional access systems (CAS).

Cable TV People
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CAS report expected to go before cabinet early next week

A small victory is in sight for cable operators who have been lobbying hard for the implementation of the conditional access system (CAS) - a move to counter, what cable operators term, "frequent arm-twisting by big broadcasters." The Rakesh Mohan committee's recommendations on CAS will go to the...

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