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Centre urges viewers to keep eye on TV cos

24-March-2001
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Centre urges viewers to keep eye on TV cos

The Centre has urged the general public and cable TV subscribers to lodge complaints against any violations that comes to their notice in the wake of complaints that Cable operators have been flouting the Cable Television Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995.

According to the provisions, all cable operators must be registered with the concerned Head Post office and the registration certificate should also be displayed prominently on the premises of the cable operator.

People have been asked to lodge complaints if any objectionable programmes are transmitted by satellite channels, so that action is initiated against the channels.

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