InCablenet

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InCablenet is one of the largest cable broadcasting companies in India. It provides cable television, internet, and telecommunications services for major cities such as Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Delhi. InCablenet is part of the media division in Hinduja Group called IndusInd Media & Communications Ltd. (IMCL). The Holding Company for IMCL is called Hinduja Ventures, previously known as HTMT. The company's office is in MIDC, Andheri which is a locality in Mumbai, India.

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The InCablenet offices in MIDC Andheri in Mumbai also house the offices of Shop 24 seven, a teleshopping channel with a pan-Indian presence. The channel is a joint venture between the Hinduja Group and Planet-e-Shop, a US-based teleshopping channel owned by Ludwell Denny. The channel is loosely based on Planet-e-Shop. For the purposes of this venture, the subsidiary company Hinduja Ventures or HTMT, as it was then known, was involved. The MIDC office also houses an arm of Hinduja Ventures that provides funding for Hindi mainstream cinema.[1]

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