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Bharti, Wal-Mart retail play: Will 1% make the difference?
Business

Bharti, Wal-Mart retail play: Will 1% make the difference?

At stake is a percent stake. Bharti Enterprises has said it is hopeful of setting up a 50:50 joint venture with Wal-Mart, while the US retailer has said it would look for a majority stake in a joint venture.

Walmart-Bharti plan to open 3-5 stores by year end
Business

Walmart-Bharti plan to open 3-5 stores by year end

A cash and carry joint venture between Wal-Mart Stores and Bharti Enterprises plans to add 3-5 stores by end of the year, a spokeswoman for the world's largest retailer said on Tuesday.

Qualcomm buy will give Bharti nationwide leadership in 4G
Business

Qualcomm buy will give Bharti nationwide leadership in 4G

The telco is expected to have an upper hand over RIL, which is likely to play the pricing game now.

RIL-HFCL tie up: Will Airtel lose its first-mover advantage?
Business

RIL-HFCL tie up: Will Airtel lose its first-mover advantage?

Reliance Industries, the only player to have a pan-India 4G licence, is likely to tie up with Himachal Futuristic Communications to roll out fourth-generation wireless broadband services

What Mamata can learn from Surf, BBC, Sony and Nokia
Politics

What Mamata can learn from Surf, BBC, Sony and Nokia

Mamata, Bengal's stormy petrel and street-fighter, is now in government. She needs to change her story line from blaming the Left to governance.

'Bharti Airtel eyes stake in Qualcomm India unit'
Business

'Bharti Airtel eyes stake in Qualcomm India unit'

Qualcomm, which spent nearly $1 billion to buy 4G radio airwaves in a 2010 auction, had sold a total 26 percent stake to Indian companies Global Holding Corp and Tulip Telecom for about $58 million to comply with the sector's foreign holding rules.

'TRAI base price for 2G auction will be catastrophic for telecoms'
Business

'TRAI base price for 2G auction will be catastrophic for telecoms'

Telecom firms on Wednesday made a pitch to top government functionaries, including Home Minister P Chidambaram and Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, urging them not to accept the regulator's "catastrophic" recipe.

Why analysts are backing Bharti despite its weak results
Business

Why analysts are backing Bharti despite its weak results

Despite the earnings miss, Bharti Airtel's overall EBITDA margins improved 115 basis points quarter-on-quarter led by improvements in its mobile and Africa businesses.

Special trading: Sensex ends in green, Maruti up ahead of results
Investing

Special trading: Sensex ends in green, Maruti up ahead of results

Private banks lifted spirits of the market after good results from both ICICI Bank and Axis Bank.

Ignore the telcos: Tariffs won't rise more than 2-4 paise a min
Business

Ignore the telcos: Tariffs won't rise more than 2-4 paise a min

The big telecom companies may have to pay more for spectrum, but the tariff hikes needed to pay for it may be no more than2-4 paise per minute.

TRAI auction proposals: Why telcos, consumers are upset
Business

TRAI auction proposals: Why telcos, consumers are upset

Looks like everyone from companies to consumers have reason to be disgruntled about the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's recommendations. Here are the key reasons for the discontent.

Bharti adds 2.5 million mobile users in March
Business

Bharti adds 2.5 million mobile users in March

Mobile phone carrier Bharti Airtel signed up 2.5 million subscribers in March, its highest monthly addition in a year.

Trai summons Airtel, Idea, Loop for refusing number portability
Business

Trai summons Airtel, Idea, Loop for refusing number portability

TRAI had moved the court after the companies failed to reply satisfactorily to its show cause notices for the alleged violation of norms that permitted subscribers to switch over from one service provider to another.

Bharti Walmart raising loans to fund expansion plans
Business

Bharti Walmart raising loans to fund expansion plans

Bharti Walmart, a cash and carry joint venture which runs Indian telecom firm Bharti Airtel, will use the funds to roll-out stores in the country, said a company source.

Operators oppose Trai proposal to review tariff policy
Business

Operators oppose Trai proposal to review tariff policy

In response to Trai's paper on policy of forbearance in telecom tariff, both GSM and CDMA operators' bodies contended that under the current structure, phone tariffs are among the lowest in the world.

Tariffs will rise if telcos are charged for extra spectrum: Sunil Mittal
Business

Tariffs will rise if telcos are charged for extra spectrum: Sunil Mittal

Against the backdrop of telecom passing through turbulent times, Mittal said it is a very powerful tool for social transformation and needs a balanced growth.

Bharti Walmart to open 12 stores this year; employ 5,000
Business

Bharti Walmart to open 12 stores this year; employ 5,000

Bharti Walmart's Raj Jain told CNBC-TV18 that demand in the food and FMCG segment is not waning. The company has plans to open 10-12 additional cash and carry stores in India in 2012.

No buyer bells for telecom? Here's what's behind it
Business

No buyer bells for telecom? Here's what's behind it

The research firm said the chances of TRAI recommendations being accepted were fairly high and would force incumbentplayers to give in to the demands of a cash-strapped government.

Bharti pays Rs 11.75 cr interim dividend to TCIL for FY'12
Business

Bharti pays Rs 11.75 cr interim dividend to TCIL for FY'12

Bharti Airtel has paid a first-ever interim dividend of Rs 11.75 crore to its minority partner in Bharti Hexacom, state-owned TCIL, at the rate of 15 per cent for FY'12.

RIL, Bharti end talks on insurance JV deal
Business

RIL, Bharti end talks on insurance JV deal

Reliance said negotiations to acquire Bharti's 74 percent stake in the life insurance and general insurance joint ventures were terminated as it was "unable to reach agreement on the long-term vision and joint governance of the ventures" with AXA.