GSM industry body COAI is planning to approach the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) in the next few days asking it to cancel 19 licences awarded to Tata Teleservices (TTSL) over five years ago. COAI is of the view that that the 19 licences awarded to ... Business Line, 11 hours ago
COAI plans to seek cancellation of 19 GSM permits of Tata Teleservices - The Financial Chronicle, 11 hours ago
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DoT's proposal to impact many, including Vodafone The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is working on a proposal to disallow crossholding by one telecom firm in a competing one in the same circle. Under the current rules, a promoter in a telco can acquire up to 9.9 per cent stake in another in the same circle. The scrapping of the clause could have a far-reaching impact on many equity investments made by foreign companies, such as Vodafone, which has a stake in Bharti Airtel. It would also ...Rediff.com, 2 days ago 10% holding cap in telecom companies to go Business Standard, 3 days ago Globalive Communications Corp. - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review - new company profile report TransWorldNews, 1 week ago Smart Telecom preparing to expand mobile service Kathmandu Post, 1 week ago
(UNI) The Delhi High Court issued notice to the Centre on petitions filed by major Telecom companies against the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) order saying it will not extend their 2G licences beyond November 2014 on the existing terms.Indlawnews, 4 days ago Delhi High Court issues notice to centre on telcos' plea for licence extension Telecom Live, 4 days ago HC notice to Centre on telcos' plea for licence extension New Delhi Pioneer, 5 days ago HC notice to Centre on telecos' plea for licence extension The Financial Chronicle, 5 days ago
Vodafone India has filed a petition in the Delhi High Court against the Department of Telecommunication's rejection of its applications for licence extension in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata circles. The mobile operator said it's taking all required ...Individual.com, 6 days ago Vodafone challenges DoT's decision on licence renewal in Delhi HC Topnews.in, 1 week ago Vodafone India takes legal route for licence extension Telecompaper, 1 week ago Vodafone approaches Delhi High Court for licence renewal Indian Express, 1 week ago
The Directorate-General of Signals at the Army headquarters has approached the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) regarding the delays in laying the defence optical fibre cable network. In 2009, DoT and the Ministry of Defence had signed an ...Tele.net.in, 4 days ago Rules Dont Apply; Please Return Telecom PSUs BWA Fees: DoT Communications Today, 6 days ago Digest: DoT, Maharashtra Public Service Commission, Dhingana & More Medianama, 2 weeks ago COAI writes to PM, says proposed PMA policy needs to be reviewed Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has made it clear that 100 per cent domestic sourcing is mandatory for the NOFN project. All foreign telecom equipment vendors, including Chinas Huawei and ZTE, have been barred from supplying gear to the ...EFYTimes.com, 1 week ago Vodafone Sues India Telecom Department Over Permits Capital.gr, 1 week ago International Telecommunication Union chief Hamadoun Toure's India visit Telecom Lead, 1 week ago Denial stung Vodafone on offensive The Telegraph, 1 month ago
The government PSUs are back in focus with the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) again suggesting the merger of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited. DoT has raised the issue of merging the two PSUs several times in ...Light Reading India, 6 days ago
The Department of Telecommunications has granted a six month-extension to MTNL for installing a system that will enable lawful real-time interception of BlackBerry services, as required by security agencies, reports confirm. The state-run telco had ...Tech2.com India, 6 days ago 6 months more for MTNL to implement BB interception system Economic Times, 1 week ago
BSNL is opposed to Bharti Airtel's plea against the order of the Department of Telecommunication (DoT) asking the private firm to stop providing 3G services by entering into intra-circle roaming (ICR) pacts with other telecom companies.First Post.com, 2 weeks ago Bharti Airtel ends nearly 3% down on bourses Rediff.com, 1 month ago Bharti Airtel defends roaming tie-ups in SC Headlines India, 1 month ago SC allows Bharti Airtel to continue 3G services till April 11 Business Standard, 1 month ago
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The JPC draft report has said that the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) was entirely responsible for not implementing the Unified Licensing Regime.Business Standard, 4 weeks ago DoT is department of penalty, says Vodafone official The Hindu, 1 month ago DoT rejects licence extension requests; Vodafone expresses disappointment: Report Digit, 1 month ago DoT ends Vodafone, Loop calls Deccan chronicle, 1 month ago
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