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 ... Communications Today, 1 week 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 ...Agencyfaqs!, 1 week ago
However, raising or scrapping the FDI limit alone will not compel foreign companies to invest in India. Investor confidence in the sector has to be restored first. Global players such as Telenor, Systema and Etisalat have been affected by the ...TMC Net, 3 weeks ago Dealing with digital dividend Express India, 3 weeks ago
Three things are clear. One, Raja has put up a spirited defence of his actions, and politically placed himself in the same boat as the PM and FM (P Chidambaram). The underlying refrain is: I am not alone in this alleged crime. Conversely, the PM ...Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
Former telecom minister A Raja, the main accused in the 2G scam, was not allowed to appear before the Joint Parliamentary Committee that is looking into the alleged mishandling in 2G spectrum allocation. In a 106-page statement sent to the JPC on Monday, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam leader has given a blow by blow account of what, how and why 2G spectrums were allotted at lower prices. Read A Raja’s statement implicating the PM and the FM Obviously, this is the stout defence of an ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago JPC buries FM note to save PM, PC New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago PM innocent, but Vajpayee caused Rs. 42,080 crore loss: JPC report The Hindu, 1 month ago JPC's 2G report cherry-picks facts to clear PM's name The Hindu, 1 month ago
ctrum availability is the key Given how the government mooted, so many months ago, the idea of a new telecom policy where spectrum was to be delinked from licences and where telcos would be free to share spectrum or even trade in it—provided it ...Financial Express, 1 month ago
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is locked in a territorial battle with India's leading telecom operators over the presumptive rights for non-3G spectrum holders to offer 3G services. This brewing conflict is a litmus test for the ...Communications Today, 1 month ago COLUMN: The vexing issue of 3G roaming Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The lights are rarely turned off at the Reliance Corporate Park in Navi Mumbai these days. Expats and Indian executives can be seen working late into the night on Reliance Industries newest baby — high speed data and voice services over fourth ...Outlookbusiness.com, 2 months ago
In India's telecom sector, most disputes have revolved around licensing. Such disputes are rare in countries where the authorisation (license) to offer a telecom service does not depend on its type—telephony, internet, fixed, mobile, local, long ...Communications Today, 2 months ago
The Supreme Court today sought response from the Centre on a plea questioning issuance of show cause notice to Loop Telecom Ltd for discontinuing its operation in 21 circles and threatening to impose Rs1100 crore penalty for allegedly violating 2G spectrum ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
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