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Apr 04, 2017
Private equity investments jump 36% to $5.4 billion in Jan-Mar quarter: ReportHowever, the number of investments was lower by 41 percent compared to last year and 35 percent lower than the previous quarter
Mar 17, 2017
Bharti Airtel will sell non-controlling stake in Bharti InfratelTelecom operator Bharti Airtel has shelved plans to sell controlling stake in its mobile tower arm Bharti Infratel but has decided to monetise 21.63% equity in the company.
Nov 09, 2015
InterGlobe Aviation to list shares on TuesdayInterGlobe Aviation, the parent company of IndiGo, had raised Rs 832 crore from anchor investors before its public offering.
Nov 02, 2015
InterGlobe Aviation raises Rs 3,008 cr from IPOArray
Oct 29, 2015
InterGlobe Aviation IPO a top draw, over-subscribed 6.14 timesInterGlobe Aviation has raised Rs 832 crore from anchor investors by allotting shares at the upper limit of price band at Rs 765 apiece.
Jul 03, 2015
Telcos must ensure quality service to customers, says PrasadThe industry members highlighted various issues including multiple restrictions by state and municipal authorities in setting up telecom infrastructure, concerns around radiation and taxation.
Nov 12, 2014
Towering ambitions: Bharti Infratel wants to buy Voda, Idea towers in 7 circlesInfratel has over 36,381 standalone mobile towers spread across 18 states under 11 telecom circles. <br />
Oct 09, 2014
Electoral Trusts: BJP gets over Rs 41 cr, Congress 36 crAll the 18 donations, the trust said in its filing to CBDT and EC, were received through account payee cheques except one which was obtained through the RTGS mode of bank deposits.
Aug 07, 2014
Bharti Airtel to raise up to Rs 1,125 cr from Bharti Infratel share sale todayAs of end-June, Bharti Airtel owned 79.4 percent of Bharti Infratel, which is a mobile phone mast operator.<br />
Dec 12, 2013
Telecom deal with Bharti implies unprecedented muscle for Reliance JioWill the market be disrupted by Reliance, now that it has gained unprecedented muscle? Does this mean a back end infrastructure giant will gain monopolistic control over a deeply fragmented front end business of telecom as well? Should other telecom players be scared of the new behemoth?