Sunil Mittal asserts Bharti Airtel has made self-assessment, paid full AGR dues of around Rs 13,000 cr
The total payout by Bharti Airtel, however, is half of Rs 35,586.01 crore liability estimated by the DoT.
AGR concerns: Vodafone Group's global CEO Nick Read plans to meet telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad
Even as the pressure on Vodafone Idea to pay the AGR dues is mounting, Read and chairman of Vodafone Idea Kumar Mangalam Birla had recently said that they were not keen to infuse any more equity in the firm.
AGR-hit Vodafone Idea postpones Q3 analyst call scheduled for today; no reasons given for cancellation
Vodafone Idea in its earnings statement on Thursday had also sounded out warnings on "material uncertainty" casting "significant doubt" on its ability to continue as a going concern.
AGR dues: 'We have sought 10 years to make payment on principal with a 2-year moratarium', says Vodafone CEO
Vodafone in November wrote off the carrying value of its share in the loss-making joint venture
Vodafone Idea will shut in absence of govt relief, company will have to opt for insolvency route: Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla
At 12:06 hours, the Vodafone Idea stock was quoting at Rs 6.88, down Rs 0.43, or 5.88 percent.
Aditya Birla Group may exit joint venture Vodafone Idea, opts for insolvency if govt does not provide relief: Report
As per Department of Telecom's estimate, the liability of Vodafone Idea is around Rs 54,183.9 crore
Nick Read, Vodafone's CEO said the company was not committing any more equity to India and the country effectively contributed zero value to the company’s share price.
Former MD of Tata Communications, Vinod Kumar, joins Vodafone Group; to take charge as business chief on 2 September
Vinod Kumar will be a part of the executive committee from 2 September and report to Vodafone Group chief executive Nick Read
The Vodafone CEO said cutting the number of network suppliers to 2 from 3 would damage industry growth.
British telecom major Vodafone said on Tuesday that Nick Read will be the next CEO of the company, succeeding Vittorio Colao