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Telcos owe govt Rs 9,600 cr for licence, spectrum charges
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Telcos owe govt Rs 9,600 cr for licence, spectrum charges

Telecom firms owe the government a whopping Rs 9,636.34 crore as outstanding amount for spectrum usage charges and licence fees, Parliament was informed today.

Not affected by SC order, says Uninor
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Not affected by SC order, says Uninor

Uninor said it is not "impacted" by today's Supreme Court's order which said telcos which were unsuccessful in availing fresh 2G spectrum and those which did not participate in the auction process will cease to operate "forthwith".

Govt asks SC to consider extending deadline for telcos to operate
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Govt asks SC to consider extending deadline for telcos to operate

The Centre today asked the Supreme Court to consider allowing the telecom operators, whose 2G licences were cancelled last year, to continue to operate after the January 18 deadline.

 Telenor to break even in its core six circles by end 2013
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Telenor to break even in its core six circles by end 2013

It will not be making fresh capital investments in India and instead will use the infrastructure which is being dismantled in circles where it lost licenses in the remaining six circles.

Is Sibal trying to clean up 2G spectrum mess or worsen it?
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Is Sibal trying to clean up 2G spectrum mess or worsen it?

The telecom and law ministries seem keen to somehow bring the NDA's 2G licences into the scope of the recent Supreme Court verdict

Settle 2G dispute in 6 months or face legal arbitration: Sistema to govt
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Settle 2G dispute in 6 months or face legal arbitration: Sistema to govt

Russian conglomerate Sistema has threatened India with international arbitration proceedings if the government fails to resolve the fallout due to a recent court decision cancelling the company's permits to offer mobile services in the country, within six months.

2G fraud: Etisalat sues Swan Tele's Goenka, Balwa
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2G fraud: Etisalat sues Swan Tele's Goenka, Balwa

On Wednesday, Etisalat said that it was shutting down its Indian operations following the Supreme Court's decision to cancel its licences.Etisalat said this decision has been taken to protect the interests of its stakeholders and avoid incurring further costs.

After Telenor, Etisalat writes off $827 mn investment in India ops
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After Telenor, Etisalat writes off $827 mn investment in India ops

The operator said it had booked an impairment charge of 3.04 billion dirhams, before federal royalties, against the full carrying value of goodwill for its Indian operations, including licences.