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MIB issues licences to five new channels

21-January-2015
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MIB issues licences to five new channels

The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has issued licences to five new television channels, which include four non-news channels.

Krishna Showbiz Services has received the licence to start three non-news channels -- Dillagiii, Tak Dhina Din and Mauja Mostii. R-Vision India has also received a licence to start a non-news channel (in all Indian languages) -- RVision, while Malayalam Communications has received the permission to launch news channel Arabia.

Including the latest licences, the number of permitted private satellite TV channels in India is 826.
 

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