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1. IUC Regulation - TRAI amendment on ADC
Trends and Developments - March 15, 2006
TRAI recently announced an amendment to the IUC regulation, after receiving comments from stakeholders on its consultation paper on IUC and ADC. TRAI recently announced an amendment to the IUC regulation, ...
Finance Minister P. Chidambaram's budget for 2006-07 may not exactly be path-breaking, but it gives just the right nudges to push the country ahead on a growth path. Finance Minister P. Chidambaram's ...
3. Slugging it Out - Tatas-Birlas battle for Idea stake
Trends and Developments - March 15, 2006
After the very public spat between the Ambani brothers over ownership issues in Reliance, the next big corporate battle is the ongoing tussle between the two conservative promoters of Idea Cellular –­ ...
Kanwalinder Singh, Qualcomm's president for the India and SAARC region, is very upbeat about the progress made by CDMA vis-a -vis GSM. Kanwalinder Singh, Qualcomm's president for the India and ...
Telekom Malaysia International is reportedly buying out the stake of Ashmore Investments and Deutsche Bank in Spice Telecom, with the Modis Vretaining 51 per cent controlling interest in the company for ...
6. Reliance writes off Rs 45 billion
Finance - March 15, 2006
 Reliance Infocomm and Reliance Communications Infrastructure have approved a write-off aggregating Rs 45 billion for the period prior to March 2005. Reliance Infocomm and Reliance Communications ...
VSNL expects 200 per cent revenue increase following Teleglobe merger Long distance major Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited (VSNL) expects to post a 200 per cent increase in revenues in financial year Long ...
 Global Communication Services Holdings Limited (GCSHL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Malaysian telecommunications company, Maxis Communications Berhad, has applied to the Foreign Investment Promotion ...
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT), the country's biggest phone company, has stated that its net income in 2005 rose 22 per cent to a record 34.1 billion pesos. Philippine Long Distance ...
According to industry sources, China Telecommunications Group, the parent of Hong Kong-listed China Telecom Corporation, the country's s largest fixed line operator, plans to spin off its engineering and ...
Telekom Malaysia International (TMI), a Telecom Malaysia group company, recently signed an agreement to buy 24.42 per cent of the shares in Samart I-Mobile in Thailand, for 1.3 billion baht. Telekom ...
Vinayak Deshpande has a taste for adventure. Relaxation for him is trekking. Vinayak Deshpande has a taste for adventure. Relaxation for him is trekking. It's been a passion of his for many years, ...
The Union Budget 2006-07 has imposed no fresh taxes, and income and corporate tax rates have not been changed. The Union Budget 2006-07 has imposed no fresh taxes, and income and corporate tax rates ...
The budget has allocated Rs 15 billion for rural telephony from the Universal Service Obligation (USO) Fund. The budget has allocated Rs 15 billion for rural telephony from the Universal Service Obligation ...
The government has temporarily set aside the guidelines for implementing the hike in foreign direct investment (FDI) in tele- com to 74 per cent till further notice. The government has temporarily ...
TRAI has finalised the access deficit charge (ADC) paid by pri- vate operators to BSNL at 1.5 per cent of gross revenue, which also includes revenue from international calls. TRAI has finalised the ...
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has recommended that number portability be made available to all mobile subscribers from April 1, 2007. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) ...
According to TRAI, there was an addition of 4.55 million phones in February 2006, taking the total number of connections in the country to 135.5 million, amounting to a teledensity of 12.1 per cent. According ...
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited's (BSNL) mega tender for 60 mil- lion GSM lines has been put on hold, pending 3G guidelines to be announced by the government. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited's (BSNL) mega ...
In the latest development in the Tata-Birla conflict over the shareholding in Idea Cellular, the Tatas have served a termination notice on the Aditya Birla Group for "breach of shareholders' agreement". ...
Hutchison Telecom International Limited (HTIL) has reportedly extended loans totalling nearly $324.5 million to two firms, one owned by Analjit Singh and the other by Hutchison Essar director, Asim Ghosh, ...
BSNL plans to add 50,000 fixed wireless terminal (FWT) connections in the Gujarat circle. BSNL plans to add 50,000 fixed wireless terminal (FWT) connections in the Gujarat circle. The company is currently ...
Reliance Infocomm proposes to bring down the cost of its new mobile handsets by about 40 per cent for the black-and-white models and 15 per cent for its colour phones. Reliance Infocomm proposes to ...
Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL), India's second largest provider of CDMA mobile services, expects to break-even in the second half of 2006, according to company officials. Tata Teleservices Limited ...
25. TTSL offloads a 7 per cent stake
News - March 15, 2006
TTSL has offloaded a 7 per cent stake to Chennai-based entrepreneur C. Sivasankaran soon after a stake sale to Singapore's Temasek Holdings, wherein the latter bought a 9.9 per cent stake in TTSL. TTSL ...
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