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Delhi HC has allowed All India Digital Cable Federation to implead in the case filed Tata Sky and Airtel Digital TV challenging TRAI’s tariff order and interconnection regulation.
Delhi High Court restrains Sri Venkata Sharvani Media Broadcasting from using the name ‘AP News Now’ for its proposed news channel following a plea by BCCL alleging copyright infringement by the respondent.
Arnab Goswami’s Republic TV has filed a contempt petition against BCCL in the Delhi High Court for alleged violation of court orders.
The Times Group and Arnab Goswami’s Republic TV have been restrained by the Delhi HC from reporting or publishing any material (except written orders) regarding the ongoing case of theft and copyright infringement suit against the latter.
Delhi HC dismisses TV Today Network’s petition as withdrawn following Republic TV’s statement that they have declared themselves only in the news and current affairs genre.
BCCL files petition in Delhi High Court against Arnab Goswami’s ARG Outlier Media Asianet News, the owner and operator of Republic TV, for alleged violation of contract and copyright violation. Issuing a notice to ARG Outlier Media Asianet News, the bench of Justice Manmohan posts the matter for hearing on 26 May.
Sony has got the support of the Delhi High Court to catch cable TV operators stealing its live IPL feed without having valid contract with the broadcaster.
The cases pertain to DAS Phase III implementation. The petitioners have also challenged the constitutional validity of certain DAS regulations.
Delhi High Court has reserved its judgment in four cases related to DAS Phase III. The bench comprising Chief Justice Rohini G and Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal is expected to pronounce its judgment on the cases on 7 October.