Delhi HC says no Nasha for Fever FM over trademark dispute with Radio MirchiJuly 14 2018
A trademark dispute before the Delhi High Court has seen to it that HT Media owned Fever FM ceases to use the word "Nasha", in relation to their radio service "Radio Nasha".
Justice RS Endlaw on Friday allowed a prayer for an interim injunction against HT Media, brought by the Entertainment Network [India] Limited (ENIL), which owns Radio Mirchi.
In 2014, ENIL/Radio Mirchi launched "Pehla Nasha" as a 24-hours non-stop free internet radio . . .
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