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Delhi HC rules in favour of Emami in case against HUL

The Delhi High Court has upheld the right of Emami’s Fair and Handsome to run its advertisement that state that women’s fairness creams aren’t suitable for men’s tough skin. Rival Hindustan Unilever (HUL) had taken Emami to court claiming its commercial is disparaging to its own brand Fair &...

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Delhi High Court orders release of all seized Tata Sky STBs

The Delhi High Court directed the centre on Monday to release all the Tata Sky set-top boxes, barring five pieces, which were seized by the government for not displaying the maximum retail price. A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice AJ Bhambani, in an interim order, directed the...

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Delhi HC dismisses 9X Media, B4U Broadband, TV Vision petition challenging DD Free Dish e-auction

The Delhi High Court has dismissed the petition filed by 9X Media, B4U and MASTiii against the DD Free Dish e-auction. Within a few days of the e-auction recommencement notice, the broadcasters approached the court as they felt the base prices are very high for small players.

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Delhi HC dismisses PIL on OTT content regulation

The Delhi High Court has dismissed a plea that sought for framing of guidelines for the working of OTT platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hotstar, according to a Press Trust of India report.

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Tata Sky vs TRAI: DTH operator concludes arguments; Delhi High Court lists case for 8 February

The next hearing of the direct-to-home operator Tata Sky’s ongoing legal battle, in which Discovery,  Bharti Telemedia-owned Airtel Digital TV and Sun Direct are a part, with the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India(TRAI) and its new tariff regime, has been scheduled for 8 February.

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