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The News Minute | July 5, 2014 | 4.40 pm IST Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has written to the Prime Minister, asking the centre to grant a license for the state-run cable television network, that has been pending with the centre for three years. According to a PTI report published by Business Line, the Tamil Nadu government has sought a Digital Addressable System license for the Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV Corporation (TACTV) that was proposed in 2011. Addressing a press conference in Chennai, the Chief Minister said that the UPA government had approved the applications of nine Multi System Operators in the state, but had not cleared the stateā€™s application. She said that TACTV proposed to provide 100 channels for Rs 70 compared to other Multi System Operators which charged anywhere between Rs 150-250, she said.

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