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Transformation: New telecom policy likely to be finalised by September
The Express Tribune

Review and integration of telecommunication sector policy

Home » Press Information Department By PPI News Agency Islamabad, July 25, 2014 (PPI-OT): The Ministry of Information Technology (MoIT) in a press release to the media today clarified that formulation of telecom sector policies is the exclusive ... Pakistan Press International, 3 weeks ago
PTA's new policy to be finalised by September The Gulf Today, 4 weeks ago
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Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

Pakistan to release first telecoms policy draft in July

The Pakistani Ministry of Information Technology (MoIT) plans to release the first Draft of Telecommunications Policy. An international consultant hired to review and integrate current telecoms policies briefed the ministry on findings and policy ...
 Telecompaper1 month ago 'Pakistan to release first telecoms policy draft in July'  Individual.com1 month ago

PR No. 73 PRESS RELEASE MoIT to launch the first draft of Telecommunications Policy 2014 Islamabad: July 11, 2014

PR No. 71 PRESS RELEASE POLITICAL WILL AND INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT MANDATORY FOR FATA UPLIFT---- ABBAS KHAN AFRIDI Islamabad: July 11, 2014 Multidimensional reforms aimed at good governance, stability, development and strategic direction for ...
 Press Information Department Pakistan1 month ago PR No. 74 PRESS RELEASE FM CHAIRS THE MEETING OF COMMITTEE ON ENERGY RESOURCE RATIONALIZATION FOR POWER SECTOR Islamabad: August 15, 2014  Press Information Department Pakistan1 week ago PR No. 156 PRESS RELEASE NORTH WAZIRISTAN JIRGA CALLS ON SAFRON MINISTER  Press Information Department Pakistan4 weeks ago PR No. 102 PRESS RELEASE PRESIDENT CHAIRS 1ST SENATE MEETING OF SZABMU  Press Information Department Pakistan1 month ago
Infotech Lead

BlackBerry releases BYOD and enterprise mobility survey for India

71 percent of Indian organizations either have a mobility policy or are in the process of drafting one, said a survey by BlackBerry. The India Enterprise Mobility survey conducted by BlackBerry in association with CMR — said selecting the ...
 Infotech Lead1 day ago Mobility -- A Top Priority For Most ...  EFYTimes.com1 day ago Mobility, A Top Priority For Most Indian Organizations: Report  Silicon India1 day ago Mobility — A Top Priority for Most Indian Organizations: BlackBerry-CMR India Enterprise Mobility Report  APN News1 day ago
Telecom Lead

TRAI plans new broadband policy

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) chair Rahul Khullar on Wednesday said the authority would come out with a consultation paper on broadband next month. The objective of the broadband consultation paper would be to revisit the broadband ...
 Telecom Lead2 days ago TRAI issues paper aimed at resolving controversial AGR for broadcast, telecom  Indian Television3 weeks ago Telecom firms need laws to switch off fake phones - UCC  Uganda Daily Monitor3 weeks ago Govt forewarns telecom operators on data theft  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
Livemint.com

RBI releases draft guidelines for allowing Telcos, Wallet co's to set up Payment Banks

In what is a significant development for the telecom, digital payments and retail industries, and especially businesses like Airtel Money, Itz Cash, OxiCash, Paytm, Mobiquik, and several other semi closed wallet companies, the Reserve Bank of India ...
 Media Nama1 month ago Questions remain on viability of proposed payments banks [Mint, New Delhi :: ]  BusinessWeek1 month ago Jaitley surprise omission in I-Day speech committee  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago All you want to know about Small Banks and Payments Banks  Smart Investor1 month ago
Livemint.com

Telecom department draws up list of pending policy issues

According to a telecom department note, the government expects to auction spectrum in the 800MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz, 2100MHz and 2300MHz bands in the next nine months. Photo: Mint New Delhi: The department of telecommunications (DoT) has drawn up a ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

FDI in Defence to Boost Manufacturing in India

The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has prepared a draft cabinet note that proposes to allow upto 100% foreign direct investment (FDI) in defense to boost domestic manufacturing. The note proposes allowing 49% FDI in case of no technology ...
 Free Press India2 months ago
Pakistan Today

Telecom law grants police powers

Private-sector representatives today are to conclude a two-day consultation forum with the government over the controversial new draft telecommunications law. The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPT) yet-to-be-approved draft law ...
 Phnom Penh Post1 week ago Gov't gives telecom firms time to digest new draft law  Phnom Penh Post3 weeks ago IT ministry clarifies formulation of telecom sector policies  Frontier Post3 weeks ago Telecom policies exclusive domain of MoIT: Anusha  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago
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VTDigger.org

State to take public comment on 10-year telecom plan

Public comment on Vermont's draft Telecommunications Plan will be taken Aug. 25 through Aug. 28 at four locations around the state. The Telecommunications Plan is a 10-year policy roadmap for meeting state government's goals of providing stable ...
 VTDigger.org1 day ago
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