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Bihar-based cable operator has filed case against Star

02-February-2001
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Bihar-based cable operator has filed case against Star

A Bihar-based cable operator, Mr. Lalit Agarwal, has filed a case against three officials of Star (News Television India) network for an alleged breach of contract. According to Mr. Agarwal, he filed a case against the three officials of Star for a hike in the price for connectivity to the Star bouquet of channels, and for switching off the Star channels subsequently. A prima facie case against these officials has been filed against Section 504, 120B, 420 and 406 in the Indian Penal Code Act. The cases has since then been transferred to the Bihar High Court.

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