Indian officials banned Fashion TV for 10 days after discovering the station aired a show with partially nude women, the BBC reported.
The program, which aired in September 2009 and showed women with nude upper bodies, offended good taste and decency, officials said.
"The visuals were found to be obscene, denigrating women and were not suitable for children and unrestricted public exhibition," the Information and Broadcasting Ministry said in a statement, the BBC reported.
According to the statement, the ban started Thursday and will last until March 21.
Officials previously banned FTV for two months in 2007 after scantily clad models were shown on the "Midnight Hot" show, MSN reported. The suspension was revoked less than a month later after FTV issued an apology and promised not to show similar material again, MSN said.