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Indian government to allow direct uplinking

India's government has decided to allow satellite broadcasters to uplink directly from the country. Permission will be granted to Indian television companies and news agencies which are 100% Indian-owned, along with foreign television companies which have an Indian, or a non-resident Indian, owning at least 60% of the shares in the company.Private satellite channels have been demanding direct uplinking from India for the last few months.

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