Cwg Broadcasting Rights


'Cwg Broadcasting Rights' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Shunglu report: Prasar Bharti caused loss of Rs 135 crores

    Shunglu report: Prasar Bharti caused loss of Rs 135 crores

    A High Level Committee, which went into alleged financial irregularities in Commonwealth Games, has strongly indicted suspended Prasar Bharti CEO B S Lalli and Doordarshan Director General Aruna Sharma, accusing them of "collusion" with a UK-based firm which benefited Rs 135 crore in the broadcast deal. (Read the full report)The two-member Committe...

  • CWG broadcast rights: Shunglu report indicts BS Lalli

    CWG broadcast rights: Shunglu report indicts BS Lalli

    The Shunglu committee on Monday submitted an interim report on alleged irregularities in awarding broadcasting rights during Commonwealth Games to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), even as the term of the panel has been extended till March 31 to submit its full report.Sources say that the committee in its first report on the CWG broadcast rights h...

  • CWG corruption: Broadcast deal shows glitches

    CWG corruption: Broadcast deal shows glitches

    The inquest of the broadcast rights deal for the Commonwealth Games reveals a financial bending of the rules that has become a pattern for virtually every aspect of the event.NDTV has been reporting over the last week that the Rs 246-crore deal is being cross-checked now by, among others, Income Tax officials. Sources say that they have uncovered e...

  • CWG: Were rules bent for broadcast rights deal?

    CWG: Were rules bent for broadcast rights deal?

    The controversy over the broadcast rights deal for the Commonwealth Games is getting larger.The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has sent the files on the deal to the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), which has been asked by the government to investigate the apparently-indefatigable corruption that marked pretty much every aspect of the Game...

  • Doordarshan's response to media reports on impropriety in CWG broadcasting rights deal

    After NDTV ran reports on SIS Live - the company that won the CWG broadcast rights contract - was formed in January 2010, four months after bidding for the contract had ended, Doordarshan has issued a rebuttal, which says: The television channel reports regarding the SIS Live the entity selected for production and coverage are not factually correct...

  • Top official denies CWG broadcast right deal reeks of impropriety

    Top official denies CWG broadcast right deal reeks of impropriety

    The broadcast rights deal for the Commonwealth Games, worth Rs 246 crore, is being thoroughly investigated now, sources say.  BS Lalli, the CEO of Prasar Bharti, which oversaw the deal, says no rules were violated to favour SIS Live, a UK-based company that won the rights.(Watch: Everything is above board says Prasar Bharti CEO) The Managing D...

'Cwg Broadcasting Rights' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Shunglu report: Prasar Bharti caused loss of Rs 135 crores

    Shunglu report: Prasar Bharti caused loss of Rs 135 crores

    A High Level Committee, which went into alleged financial irregularities in Commonwealth Games, has strongly indicted suspended Prasar Bharti CEO B S Lalli and Doordarshan Director General Aruna Sharma, accusing them of "collusion" with a UK-based firm which benefited Rs 135 crore in the broadcast deal. (Read the full report)The two-member Committe...

  • CWG broadcast rights: Shunglu report indicts BS Lalli

    CWG broadcast rights: Shunglu report indicts BS Lalli

    The Shunglu committee on Monday submitted an interim report on alleged irregularities in awarding broadcasting rights during Commonwealth Games to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), even as the term of the panel has been extended till March 31 to submit its full report.Sources say that the committee in its first report on the CWG broadcast rights h...

  • CWG corruption: Broadcast deal shows glitches

    CWG corruption: Broadcast deal shows glitches

    The inquest of the broadcast rights deal for the Commonwealth Games reveals a financial bending of the rules that has become a pattern for virtually every aspect of the event.NDTV has been reporting over the last week that the Rs 246-crore deal is being cross-checked now by, among others, Income Tax officials. Sources say that they have uncovered e...

  • CWG: Were rules bent for broadcast rights deal?

    CWG: Were rules bent for broadcast rights deal?

    The controversy over the broadcast rights deal for the Commonwealth Games is getting larger.The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has sent the files on the deal to the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), which has been asked by the government to investigate the apparently-indefatigable corruption that marked pretty much every aspect of the Game...

  • Doordarshan's response to media reports on impropriety in CWG broadcasting rights deal

    After NDTV ran reports on SIS Live - the company that won the CWG broadcast rights contract - was formed in January 2010, four months after bidding for the contract had ended, Doordarshan has issued a rebuttal, which says: The television channel reports regarding the SIS Live the entity selected for production and coverage are not factually correct...

  • Top official denies CWG broadcast right deal reeks of impropriety

    Top official denies CWG broadcast right deal reeks of impropriety

    The broadcast rights deal for the Commonwealth Games, worth Rs 246 crore, is being thoroughly investigated now, sources say.  BS Lalli, the CEO of Prasar Bharti, which oversaw the deal, says no rules were violated to favour SIS Live, a UK-based company that won the rights.(Watch: Everything is above board says Prasar Bharti CEO) The Managing D...

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