Rajasthan High Court issues notice in writ against broadcast of TV serial “Jodha Akbar”; Petition says TV regulator lacks statutory backing

Anuj A July 10 2013

Barely two months after the Delhi High Court over turned the broadcasting ban on Comedy Central, questions about how TV-content ought to be regulated have found their way before the Courts once again. On July 5, 2013 the Jodhpur Bench of the Rajasthan High Court issued notice in a petition that inter alia questions the effectiveness of the Broadcasting Content Complaints Council.

The petition, filed by a former Vice Chancellor of Jai Narayan Vyas University, Dr. LS Rathore seeks a stay on the broadcast of the . . .

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