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NSTPL and MSO Delhi Cable Network requested for more time to file replies. TDSAT has adjourned till 13 May the Amritsar Cable TV Operators Sangarsh Committee and Malwa Cable Operator Sangarsh Committee versus Fastway Transmission matter.
NSTPL will have to pay Rs 1.2 crore. The first instalment will have to be paid on 12 May, the second on 26 May and the third on 9 June.
TDSAT has disposed of Star India’s miscellaneous applications in its dispute with MSOs IMCL and Goldstar Noida Network.
IndiaCast UTV had conducted two audits of the MSO’s headend in which it was found to be non-compliant with the statutory norms.
Disposing of Ortel’s petition, the tribunal also directed the parties to execute the interconnect agreement within one week from that date.
Telangana Cable Operators Federation had moved the TDSAT against IMCL for unauthorised deactivation of Star India channels.
TDSAT has imposed a fine on TV distribution company Taj Television for wilful disobedience of the tribunal’s order by not providing signals of its channels to MSO Fastway Transmission in Karnal, Haryana.