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Videocon d2h adds Star Movies Select HD and Fox Life HD in its bouquet
With the addition of two new channels, Videocon d2h now has a bouquet of 37 HD channels
 
NASDAQ listed Videocon d2h said it added two high-definition (HD) premium English channels, Star Movies Select HD and Fox Life HD, taking number of its HD bouquet to 37 channels.
 
"Videocon d2h's substantial offer of wide range of HD channels is a testimony to that endeavour. We remain committed to expanding Videocon d2h's channel offerings and content as a means to providing a superior viewing experience to our customers, augmented by innovative technology and the best customer service. It is a simple plan that we believe will result in a major upgrade for India's TV viewing public, “says Saurabh Dhoot, Executive Chairman of Videocon d2h. 
 
Videocon d2h will begin to offer the STAR MOVIES SELECT HD (Ch No. 258) which will premiere two new films not previously released in India each month, in addition to airing a new movie every day. Additionally, FOX LIFE HD (Ch No. 468) features a slate of scripted and non-scripted content that is inspired by real life as well as appealing and appropriate for the entire family, the company said in a release.
 
Anil Khera, CEO of Videocon d2h, said, "Videocon d2h has been extremely aggressive and innovative when it comes to technology upgrades, new content offerings and launching new services all in an effort to keep ahead of current industry trends. Fox Life HD with multiple audio feeds and Star Movies Select HD are two premium HD channels that bring even more quality content to our subscribers resulting in a superior viewing experience." 
 
Videocon d2h plans to continue to add more HD channels shortly, with the goal of carrying 50 HD channels for its subscribers to enjoy.
 

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SEBI bars Aspen Nirman, directors from markets
SEBI found that Aspen Nirman India collected over Rs33 lakh by issuing NCDs to 167 investors between 2011-12 and 2013-14
 
Market regulator The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has prohibited Aspen Nirman India Ltd and its directors from raising money from investors through issuance of securities for violating public issue norms.
 
SEBI found that Aspen raked in over Rs33 lakh by issuing non-convertible debentures (NCDs) to 167 investors between 2011-12 and 2013-14. The company, through such activities, violated various norms, SEBI said.
 
The regulator observed that allotment of NCDs by the firm was a public issue, which under the rules require a compulsory listing on a recognised stock exchange.
 
It was also required to file a prospectus, among others, which it failed to do.
 
"The company is engaged in fund mobilising activity from the public, through the offer of NCDs, and as a result of such activity has violated the provisions... of the Companies Act," SEBI said in an interim order.
 
Accordingly, SEBI has restrained the company and its directors from mobilising any fresh "funds from investors through the offer of NCDs or through the issuance of equity shares or any other securities to the public, and/or invite subscription, in any manner whatsoever, either directly or indirectly till further directions".
 
Further, the firm and its directors have been barred from issuing any offer document or advertisement for soliciting money from the public for the issue of securities.
 
They have been restrained from accessing the securities markets, SEBI said.
 
The capital market watchdog also asked the entities not to dispose any of the properties or assets acquired by that company without prior permission from the regulator as well as not to divert the funds raised from the public.
 
In addition, SEBI has prohibited debenture trustee -- Aspen Debenture Trust (represented by trustee Raju Sarkar), from continuing with its assignment in respect of NCDs issue of the company. The regulator also barred it from taking up any new assignment in a similar capacity till further directions.
 
This order "shall take effect immediately and continue to be in force till further directions".
 

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SEBI asks Siyaram Development, Swasata Steel and their directors not to collect funds
SEBI found that Swasata Steel allotted NCDs to 795 people and mobilised over Rs12 crore, while Siyaram raked in at least Rs6 lakh from by issuing secured redeemable debentures to at least 63 allottees
 
Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) asked Siyaram Development and Construction, Swasata Steel Industries and their directors not to collect funds from investors through issuance of securities.
 
SEBI found that Swasata Steel allotted non-convertible debentures (NCDs) to 795 people and mobilised over Rs12 crore, while Siyaram raked in at least Rs6 lakh from by issuing secured redeemable debentures (SRDs) to at least 63 allottees.
 
The company, through such activities, violated various norms, it said.
 
SEBI observed that allotment of debentures by the companies were a public issue, which under the rules require a compulsory listing on a recognised stock exchange. It was also required to file a prospectus, among others, which they failed to do.
 
Accordingly, SEBI through two separate interim orders have restrained the companies and their respective directors from mobilising any fresh "funds from investors through the offer of NCDs/ SRDs or through the issuance of equity shares or any other securities to the public, and/or invite subscription, in any manner whatsoever, either directly or indirectly till further directions".
 
Further, the companies and their directors have been barred from issuing any offer document or advertisement for soliciting money from the public for the issue of securities.
 
They have been restrained from accessing the securities markets, SEBI said.
 
The market regulator also asked the entities not to dispose any of the properties or assets without prior permission from the regulator as well as not to divert the funds raised from the public.

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