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Indian Case Law

Delhi High Court, Indraprastha People & Anr vs Union Of India & Ors, 9 April, 2013

The Delhi High Court rejected the idea of self-regulation of media, and recommended that the central government form a statutory body to regulate electronic media.

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Supreme Court, The Secretary, Ministry Of Information and Broadcasting v. Cricket Association Of Bengal, February 1995

Supreme Court case in which held that airwaves and frequencies are public property. Further said that since they are also limited, they must be used in the best interest of society and their use must be regulated to prevent the invasion of the rights of the public, and that this must be ensured through a central authority by establishing its own network or regulating grant of licenses to other agencies including private agencies.

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