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How not to break the bank on streaming services

Americans have, on average, three streaming video subscription services, according to a recent study of digital media trends by Deloitte.

Idea offers free one-year Amazon Prime subscription to Nirvana postpaid customers

Idea is offering free one-year subscription of Amazon Prime with its Nirvana postpaid plans.

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Julia Roberts in talks to star in another Amazon series

Amazon Studios' new series, titled Charlotte Walsh Likes to Win, is an adaptation of a novel by the same name from Jo Piazza.

Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy to make their digital debut with Bandish Bandits

The show's main plotline will revolve around Radhe (a classical musician) and Tamanna (a free-spirited pop star) who come together to discover love and music, and in the course of this discovery, find themselves.

On the Loose: Cheers To That

A rapidly growing segment of the society is single. Finally, we can see them on TV .

PIL seeking Netflix, Amazon Prime regulation dismissed

The PIL was filed by an NGO, Justice for Rights, in October 2018, which sought a ban on online platforms, including Netflix and Amazon Prime, till regulations are framed.

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Delhi HC dismisses plea seeking to regulate Netflix, Amazon Prime Video content

The petition, filed by a non-governmental organisation, Justice for Rights, claimed that due to lack of regulation for the web-exclusive content, the platforms were telecasting shows full of 'vulgarity, religiously forbidden and morally unethical'.

Young guns and the blaze of glory

Through Mirzapur, the latest Indian original series on Amazon Prime, Karan Anshuman, Puneet and Vineet Krishna wanted to tell a story about two innocent young men and their fight for survival and power in the hostile and volatile hinterland.

Delhi High Court seeks Centre's response on PIL to regulate Netflix, Amazon Prime Video content

The plea has also sought an order to the ministries to direct the online platforms "to remove legally restricted content with immediate effect".

Netflix, Amazon Prime sued for showing obscene content

The petition was filed by NGO, Justice for Rights, for removal of vulgar and sexually explicit content from online platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and others.

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Akshay Kumar announces his digital debut in grand fashion

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar hops on to the digital bandwagon with an Amazon Prime Video series

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