(f) the central government of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has the right to communicate on its service the number and name of the channels of Prasar Bharati or another forced transport channel by the IPTV service provider, as well as the mode of reception and broadcasting of such channels. 26.3 The supply and installation of equipment for interconnection purposes depends on the agreement between the parties concerned. 10.6 Licensor reserves the right to take over the Licensee`s entire service, equipment and network, or to revoke/suspend/suspend the License in the public interest or for national security or in the event of a national emergency/war or low-intensity conflict or any similar type of situation. In addition, the Licensor reserves the right to keep any area outside the area of operation of the Service if security aspects so require. ALSO PROVIDED that the IPTV service provider gives the government or its authorized representative access to all of its equipment, including devices, recordings, systems, etc., for the purposes of the inspection. 13.1 In the event that a sum of money or a claim of such sum of money or claim is forfeited from the Licensor or paid by the Licensee to the Licensor, such money or claim (without limiting a right of overcompensation for legal or used rights) may be deducted or adjusted from any amount or amount of money due. or, at any time thereafter, under this licence agreement or other agreement or contract between the licensor and the licensee. 20.12 The licensee shall pay separately the access charges for the carriage of calls that are transferred and closed on its network, but on the networks of other service providers. In addition, any legal entity with substantial equity in existing Basic/Cellular licensees is not entitled to a new UASL.
6.2 Mergers and acquisitions within the services sector as well as the transfer of licences may be permitted if there are at least 3 (3) operators offering access services in a given service area in order to ensure healthy competition, in accordance with the guidelines published from time to time on this subject. . . .