Bloomberg TV's Indian woes seem to have no end

Last week, BloombergQuint’s long-pending fight against the Indian government reached a crescendo of sorts in the Delhi High Court. The court was hearing a petition against a recent order from the information and broadcasting ministry, which had rejected BQ’s application for changing the name of a TV channel it had acquired.

Justice Chawla told the lawyers for Quintillion: "Because of all the 'khichdi' you made... whether they consider the application or not and a security clearance may be required."

After the hearing, Justice Chawla issued directions that name change and suspension of channels has to be appealed in TDSAT and …

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Harveen Ahluwalia

Harveen is a co-founder at The Morning Context, and leads our Internet coverage, overseeing a team of reporters writing on startups and tech. She has previously worked as a media, consumer and tech reporter at The Ken and Mint. At The Morning Context, she writes on startups, venture capital, consumer and media businesses—from e-commerce to healthtech to streaming.

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