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Telcos stare at long wait for defence spectrum

After intense pressure from the telecom operators, the Department of Telecom (DoT) has got into race mode to expedite the process of freeing up spectrum held by the defence but it is racing against time to fulfill all conditions for it. It has ... DNA India, 1 week ago

UPA leadership was very loose: Vinod Rai

New Delhi : He stirred a hornet's nest with his explosive CAG report on the allocation of 2G telecom spectrum, but Vinod Rai, now retired, is sticking to his guns, saying leadership in the UPA-II government was very loose, with parties pulling in ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago Leadership dominant in NDA, was 'very …  Yahoo! India1 month ago Leadership dominant in NDA was very loose in UPA Vinod Rai  Calcutta News.Net1 month ago Modi leadership dominant in NDA unlike UPA, says Rai  Oman Tribune1 month ago

Ex-PM could have stopped 2G scam: Vinod Rai

“Dear Shri Raja, I have received your letter regarding recent developments in the telecom sector,” was the “template response” from the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to former telecom minister A. Raja’s letter informing about his intent to ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
Business Standard India

DoT to decide on pending issues earlier referred to EGoM

Email this Print An internal committee of the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) will now look intoissues of 2G and 3G spectrum auction, guidelines for spectrum trading andrelease of spectrum from the Defence forces. The decision came after ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago
Business Standard India

Six months of Modi government: Weaknesses

A look at the areas where the Modi government is not faring so well BS Reporter November 24, 2014 Last Updated at 10:11 IST Narendra Modi government is poised to complete six months. We look at the areas where the Modi government is not faring so ...
 Business Standard India3 days ago

BSNL: Missed targets, new strategies

In September 2014, Jammu & Kashmir faced one of the worst floods in decades. Lives were lost and families stranded even as the state lost most of its telecom and network connectivity. For instance, 6,811 of the total 12,306 base transceiver stations ... weeks ago

Department of Information Technology, Govt. of Maharashtra Partners with BSNL-Dimension Data to Drive Cloud Autoscale for Better e-Governance

Browse more on » Computer Software , Media Advisory The project to extend the datacentre to a secure, public cloud environment reaffirms BSNL-Dimension Data's capability as a preferred technology partner for cloud based e-Governance projects in ...
 IndiaPRwire2 weeks ago

If you call my figure sensational, compare it to the govt's evaluation of coal

I have given in writing that the process of selection of the CAG should include elements of comfort, confidence, trust, and should be transparent, meaning a collegium process. Similar to the CVC or Election Commission, said Rai. In this Idea ...
 Indian Express2 months ago

Ministers visit flood-affected distts, assure all possible assistance to flood victims

Excelsior Correspondent SRINAGAR, Sept 17: To take stock of the relief and rehabilitation measures, different teams of Ministers today visited flood affected areas of the Kashmir valley and assured all possible assistance to the flood victims. ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 months ago
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