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Delhi High Court orders implementation of CAS; gives Centre four weeks’ time

11-March-2006
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Delhi High Court orders implementation of CAS; gives Centre four weeks’ time

Justice Vikramjit Sen of the Delhi High Court on Friday morning pronounced a landmark judgement quashing the July 10, 2004 notification of the Government of India, which had abandoned the implementation of CAS (conditional access system) in South Delhi.

Vibhav Srivastav, who represented Hathway in the case, told exchange4media, “Justice Sen, in his ruling in response to a petition filed by Hathway Cable, Datacom Pvt Ltd and others against the Union of India, has given four weeks’ time to the Central government to implement CAS.”

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