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Daily Post 02-01-2015

Friday 2 January 2015
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2014: The year of big films


The three Khan movies breached the Rs 200 crore mark. While in 2013 Deepika Padukone emerged as the strongest actress of Bollywood with four super hit films under her belt, 2014 belonged to the male actors. TVP brings to you a quick look back at the hits and misses of 2014.
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TRAI notifies 2nd instalment of inflation-linked tariff hike in non-DAS areas


TRAI has notified the second instalment of the 27.5% non-addressable tariff hike that comes into effect from 1 January.
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2014 saw re-rating of multiplex valuations


2014 saw three big mergers—Satyam Delhi, Fun Republic and Big Cinemas, each more expensive than the other. 2015 will test the wave post..
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