Thursday, 9 April 2015

Calcutta HC extends the stay order on cancellation of DigiCablecomm Services’ licence for DAS

The Calcutta High Court has extended the stay on the cancellation of DigiCablecomm Services’ multi-system operator (MSO) licence by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting till the disposal of the case. The matter was listed in the High Court before Justice IP Mukerji on 6 April.
In the earlier hearing too, the Calcutta High Court had ordered a stay on the cancellation of the registration of Kolkata-based multi-system operator (MSO) till 6 April, 2015.
In July 2014, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) had cancelled the registration of Digicable Comm. services due to denial of security clearance by the Home Ministry.
Digicable Comm, a joint venture (JV) between Digicable (51 per cent) and Kolkata-headquartered Multicar Group (49 per cent) was formed in the year 2009, to gain a foothold in the West Bengal market.
MHA had cancelled the company’s permanent registration on 18 July, 2014 due to denial of security clearance.
Sourcehttp://cablequest.org/news/digitization-news/item/6751-calcutta-hc-extends-the-stay-order-on-cancellation-of-digicablecomm-services%E2%80%99-licence-for-das.html

Source: http://cablequest.org/news/digitization-news/item/6751-calcutta-hc-extends-the-stay-order-on-cancellation-of-digicablecomm-services%E2%80%99-licence-for-das.html

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