Delhi HC approves telecast arrangement

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:53 IST

The Delhi High Court today approved the interim telecast arrangement by the BCCI for the Sri Lanka and South Africa cricket series.

Delhi HC approves telecast arrangement
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New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today approved the interim telecast arrangement by the BCCI for the Sri Lanka and South Africa cricket series. The court however asked BCCI not to open Part-B of the telecast rights tender relating to the financial bids without its prior permission. A two-man division bench also asked the Indian cricket board to submit an affidavit, stating the grounds on which Zee Telefilms' tender has been rejected from the telecast rights bid process. Zee found ineligible BCCI has told the court that Zee has been found ineligible on more than one ground, that is, besides the three-year experience clause. The BCCI will also have to provide to the court, a copy of the interim arrangement contract it has made with the Prasar Bharati for the forthcoming two series. The final hearing of the case has been fixed for 12 December.
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