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Colors gets stay order from Bombay High Court; ‘Bigg Boss’ to continue telecast at 9 pm

19-November-2010
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Colors gets stay order from Bombay High Court; ‘Bigg Boss’ to continue telecast at 9 pm

Following the order issued by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB directing Hindi general entertainment channels Colors and Imagine to move their shows ‘Bigg Boss’ and ‘Rakhi Ka Insaaf’, respectively, to a later time band on the ground that the shows were identified as ‘adult’ content, Colors approached and acquired a stay order from the Bombay High Court.

‘Bigg Boss’ would now continue telecast at 9.00 pm.

It is yet not clear how this stay order impacts MIB’s directive to news channels, wherein it had said that even news channels couldn’t air clippings from these shows.

 

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