Cartoon X, the cartoon website that launched on the internet in 2006, was once an international hit.
Cartoon X was widely viewed as a good place to find news and entertainment, but the internet has taken its place in India as a dark market.
On February 8, Cartoon X shut down its website and shut down all its online channels.
Its website was inaccessible and the only communication available from the website was through a video message, the channel that had hosted the cartoons.
Cartoon xnXX, which had run since 2007, was a network for young Indian children who enjoyed cartoons and cartoons related to cartoons.
The channel also provided free cartoons to children in schools.
The company that launched Cartoon X in 2006 was a subsidiary of Viacom India Ltd.
On February 11, the company filed a police complaint against Cartoon X for violating the Communications Decency Act (CDA) and the Broadcasting Companies Act.
Cartoon channel xnx, which is now defunct, had been running for about a year.
The complaint alleged that Cartoon X violated the CDA and the Act.
The complainant, who was not named in the complaint, told The Hindu that Cartoon x had offered free cartoons on a monthly basis, but this was only available to children.
He also said that the company did not follow proper channels for distributing cartoons to the public.
The content on Cartoon X websites had been vetted by Cartoon X staff.
Cartoon shows have been banned in India for many years.
On December 23, 2017, the Delhi High Court had banned all cartoon shows from running in the capital city.
However, the decision did not ban any content.
The Delhi High court, in its order, said that cartoons could be considered obscene if they had “a tendency to insult or humiliate the sensibilities of a group of persons or to create any hurt feelings towards any group”.
In a similar case, the Gujarat High Court, on February 8 had banned the running of cartoons of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan and banned his film Bollywood.
The Gujarat High court had banned Bollywood films such as Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Bajra-i Bajrei Bhajre.
On January 19, the Supreme Court had ordered the cancellation of all cartoons featuring Bollywood celebrities.
It also ordered the shutdown of all cartoon channels that had aired Bollywood content.
On the other hand, the government had passed the Bill to Make Cartooning Safer in the country on February 1.
It will make it mandatory for the makers of cartoons to get clearance from the censor board for distribution.
In February 2018, the law was amended to prohibit all cartooning channels from broadcasting cartoons that were likely to cause offence.
However the amended law did not remove the provisions of the law.
The new law also clarified that cartoons were allowed only in private homes.