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Delhi HC declines to stay 8 pm telecast of Sudarshan TV programme claiming 'infiltration of Muslims' in UPSC
India

Delhi HC declines to stay 8 pm telecast of Sudarshan TV programme claiming 'infiltration of Muslims' in UPSC

The court, however, has issued a notice to Centre and Sudarshan News, on a petition filed by Jamia students and alumni challenging the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting's nod to the channel to air the show

SC refuses to impose pre-broadcast ban on TV programme claiming 'Muslim conspiracy' to infiltrate UPSC
India

SC refuses to impose pre-broadcast ban on TV programme claiming 'Muslim conspiracy' to infiltrate UPSC

A bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud and KM Joseph said it has to first circumspect in imposing a prior restraint on publication or the airing of views by Sudarshan TV

How Carl Reiner reinvented TV comedy with his long-running landmark sitcom The Dick Van Dyke Show
Entertainment

How Carl Reiner reinvented TV comedy with his long-running landmark sitcom The Dick Van Dyke Show

Carl Reiner's The Dick Van Dyke Show, which ran for five seasons starting in 1961, was the first great TV sitcom about TV.

LG launches first 48-inch 4K OLED TV with Dolby Vision and NVIDIA’s G-Sync tech
News & Analysis

LG launches first 48-inch 4K OLED TV with Dolby Vision and NVIDIA’s G-Sync tech

The LG TV is BT Surround ready and enables two LG Bluetooth speakers to be connected simultaneously.

Coronavirus Outbreak: From Shah Rukh Khan's circus to Bigg Boss 13, TV shows that will have reruns during lockdown
Entertainment

Coronavirus Outbreak: From Shah Rukh Khan's circus to Bigg Boss 13, TV shows that will have reruns during lockdown

Telecasting nostalgic hit shows is being seen as a tool of entertaining people who are feeling bored during the coronavirus lockdown

Can the internet handle the strain of everyone working from home? Or will it buckle under pressure?
World

Can the internet handle the strain of everyone working from home? Or will it buckle under pressure?

On top of that, home networks — such as the Wi-Fi routers that residents set up — can be finicky.

Karnataka Rajyotsava 2019: BS Yediyurappa to award state's second-highest civilian honour to 64 people today
India

Karnataka Rajyotsava 2019: BS Yediyurappa to award state's second-highest civilian honour to 64 people today

Rajyotsava Awards is the second-highest civilian honor of Karnataka and is conferred annually by the state government

Flipkart incurs higher loss of Rs 3,836 cr during FY18-19 against Rs 2,063 cr previous year; revenue from operations up
Business

Flipkart incurs higher loss of Rs 3,836 cr during FY18-19 against Rs 2,063 cr previous year; revenue from operations up

Flipkart India's revenue from operations, however, saw a 42.82 percent jump to Rs 30,931 crore in 2018-19 from Rs 21,657.7 crore in previous financial year

News channels to carry one bulletin in sign language daily to ensure accessibility for hearing-impaired, says I&B ministry
India

News channels to carry one bulletin in sign language daily to ensure accessibility for hearing-impaired, says I&B ministry

All news channels will carry at least one news bulletin with sign language interpretation per day while television channels and service providers will be required to run at least one show every week with subtitles

Marmadesam: Tamil’s truly captivating nostalgia TV is coming episode-by-episode to YouTube
Entertainment

Marmadesam: Tamil’s truly captivating nostalgia TV is coming episode-by-episode to YouTube

Adapted from Indra Soundar Rajan’s novels, by himself, directed immaculately by Naga, Marmadesam, for me, is what nostalgia television is all about.

Barkha Dutt lashes out at Kapil Sibal, wife over layoffs of HTN Tiranga TV journalists, vows to continue fight despite defamation threats
India

Barkha Dutt lashes out at Kapil Sibal, wife over layoffs of HTN Tiranga TV journalists, vows to continue fight despite defamation threats

Senior journalist Barkha Dutt on Monday hit out at Congress leader Kapil Sibal over the 'appalling' laying off and withholding the salaries of 200 employees of Noida-based HTN Tiranga TV

Television makers pin hopes on India's performance in world cup for healthy sales growth
Business

Television makers pin hopes on India's performance in world cup for healthy sales growth

Television manufacturers are hoping for an exuberant performance from India in the cricket world cup to see their sales grow by around 20 percent in a cricket-frenzy nation

Pakistani channel's World Cup advertisement mocking Abhinandan Varthaman draws condemnation, outrage
Sports

Pakistani channel's World Cup advertisement mocking Abhinandan Varthaman draws condemnation, outrage

Twitter slammed a Pakistani television channel's cricket World Cup advertisement using IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman as a prop.

Serial Chiller: On watching LOL, or why even the worst piece of art serves a purpose for someone
Entertainment

Serial Chiller: On watching LOL, or why even the worst piece of art serves a purpose for someone

Watching LOL is like going to a BYOB party where you know no one: you can reasonably guess what’s going to happen, you will be mildly amused, out of alcohol, bored, and will leave without knowing anyone any better.

TV users can soon switch service providers without changing the set-top box: Trai
News & Analysis

TV users can soon switch service providers without changing the set-top box: Trai

Trai chairman released a study on the open ecosystem for devices in India, prepared by ICEA.

Serial Chiller: I watched mega-serials every day for two months; why I plan to continue
Entertainment

Serial Chiller: I watched mega-serials every day for two months; why I plan to continue

Mega-serials have everything that our films should have — but don’t — making them utterly delightful to watch. If only we could look beyond our cinema-tinted perspective.

AMU students scuffle with Republic TV scribes; reporter denies calling institute 'university of terrorists'
India

AMU students scuffle with Republic TV scribes; reporter denies calling institute 'university of terrorists'

Another version of the ruckus, as described by one of the reporters with Republic TV Nalini Sharma, said that the reports of them calling the AMU students "terrorists" were completely "untrue" and "baseless".

Indians spend more time watching videos online than on TV, finds survey
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Indians spend more time watching videos online than on TV, finds survey

The amount of time Indian viewers spend watching online videos is far higher than the global average.