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’Obtain licence before playing music commercially’

Mumbai/New Delhi, January 2: The Delhi High Court has barred a lounge bar in the tiol capital from playing recorded music without first obtaining a license from a body formed to protect the rights of artistes, an order that has been welcomed by a clutch of eminent playback singers. “The law has been in force since 2012 but people felt it is not yet operative. The enforcement of the law is important and that is what we have now obtained from the court,” Sanjay Tandon, who heads the Indian Singers’ Rights Association (ISRA), told IANS of the ruling earlier this week against the Night Fever Club & Lounge. (IANS)

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