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87% drop in complaints against VAS after regulations: TRAI

NEW DELHI: There has been a decline of around 87 per cent in the number of complaints made against wrong activation of value added services (VAS) like mobile internet and caller tunes since July.

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TRAI directed not to implement ad cap for music channels

NEW DELHI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) was today directed not to take any coercive action against four music television channels with regards to ad cap. Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) member Kuldip Singh after hearing counsel Kunal Tandon directed...

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TRAI Open House: Aggregators given another week to respond

NEW DELHI: Television aggregators were today given a period of one week to give any recommendations they may have on the regulations relating to them issued earlier by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). At an Open House that was well-attended, TRAI Chairman Rahul Khullar said any...

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I&B ministry's ad cap succor for broadcasters

MUMBAI: On the one hand, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is putting the squeeze on broadcasters. On the other, the ministry of information and broadcasting (I&B) is proving to be an angel in disguise all ready to provide it with some succor. At least in the area of the 12...

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HC refuses stay on sports telecast ordinance

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court today refused to stay the operation of the ordinance asking private sports channels to share live feed of cricket and other sports events with public broadcaster Prasar Bharti. A division bench headed by Justice Vikramajit Sen adjourned the matter till 15 February...

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