The Supreme Court on Friday rebuked a litigant for filing voluminous documents running into 51 volumes..A Bench of Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana and Justice Surya Kant berated one of the petitioners in the case relating to New Tariff Order (NTO) issued by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI).."How can you file 51 volumes in one case? Yesterday we had to engage a lorry to carry this. We don't want to hear this matter now. You are terrorising us by filing 51 volumes in a single case," the CJI remarked..The Court was hearing an appeal against a June 30 judgment of the Bombay High Court which had partially upheld the validity of the NTO issued by TRAI in January 2020 prescribing price ceilings on the rates charged by television channels..When the matter came up for hearing on Friday, the CJI did not hide back his bewilderment at the length of the pleadings and documents filed by the petitioners."We will not hear this. Imagine 51 volumes in one case. File one compilation and serve it on us and we will take it up," he said. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta appearing for TRAI, said that he will file only a two-page affidavit.The Court said that it will not go into the matter now and posted the case for further consideration on August 18. The petitioner was asked to file a concise compilation by then..Bombay High Court partially upholds validity of new tariff order issued by TRAI in 2020, strikes down one of the pricing conditions.The Bombay High Court while upholding the NTO, had struck down one of the pricing conditions as unconstitutional.The condition that a-la-carte rates of each pay channel (MRP), forming part of a bouquet, shall in no case exceed three times the average rate of a pay channel of the bouquet of which such pay channel is a part, was struck down by the Court as unconstitutional.The Court upheld the pricing condition that the sum of the a-la-carte rates of the pay channels (MRP) forming part of a bouquet shall in no case exceed one and half times the rate of the bouquet of which such pay channels are a part.The High Court verdict came in a batch of petitions filed by organisations such as Film and Television Producers Guild of India, Indian Broadcasting and Digital Foundation and broadcasters including Sony Pictures, Star India, Disney, Zee Entertainment, TV18, Asianet Star Communications and others..The petitioners had then appealed to the Supreme Court against the verdict.