MTNL expects to be operationally profitable within two years; CMD Sunil Kumar hopes 15,000 eligible employees opt for VRS
MTNL Chairman and MD Sunil Kumar said the voluntary retirement scheme approved by the government is very lucrative for the employees
Tata Sons writes off entire Rs 28,651 cr investment in Tata Teleservices; net profit took a hit last fiscal
Tata Teleservices suffered a jolt after its three licences were cancelled by the Supreme Court in 2012 for irregularities in spectrum allocation to the company and several other new entrants.
RCom is under debt resolution process under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) and has not been paying any dues till the completion of the process.
The court is hearing two separate cases related to 2G spectrum allocation. One is being probed by the CBI and the other by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
The ministries of Telecom and Information and Broadcasting have agreed to use over 200 MHz spectrum earmarked for broadcasting services, the majority of which is with Doordarshan, for advance mobile services.
Doing some plain speaking on call drops, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today asked mobile operators to walk the extra mile to reinforce their systems as they have enough spectrum to provide telephony services without interruption.
The Department of Telecom (DoT) has issued the Letter of Intent (LoI) to all the telecom players that participated in the March auction and is speeding up spectrum allocation to them.
The Supreme Court will hear on Tuesday the central government's plea challenging the Tripura High Court order permitting Reliance Telecom Ltd and Bharti Hexacon Ltd to make two bids for 2G spectrum
SC directed Prashant Bhushan, who has levelled allegations against CBI chief in the 2G case, to reveal whistleblower's name from whom he got CBI documents.
CBI chief Ranjit Sinha was dragged into fresh controversy in the 2G spectrum allocation case for meeting controversial 2G beneficiaries accused in the case
The Supreme Court today accepted the proposal to appoint senior advocate Anand Grover as Special Public Prosecutor for conducting the trial in the 2G spectrum allocation case
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Special Judge OP Saini adjourned proceedings till April 4.
Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal on Wednesday attacked BJP leader Yashwant Sinha for making 'wild and baseless' allegations of a scam in the TRAI's recommendations for a cut in spectrum pricing, saying such statements were being made with an eye on the Lok Sabha elections.
The issue was raised after the counsel appearing for Mittal and Ruia, who were earlier summoned as accused by the court in the case, sought adjournment of hearing before it on the ground that the apex court had postponed the proceedings before the trial court on the separate pleas filed by the two accused challenging the summoning order.<br /><br />
Many leading telcos who were constantly demanding spectrum for meeting quality of service parameters of TRAI, appeared to form a cartel and declined to take part in the 2012 and 2013 auctions which negated their own earlier position on requirement of additional spectrum.
A local court will take up a charge sheet on the allocation of additional spectrum during the NDA regime for cognisance tomorrow, with the CBI saying that the then government's decision had "brightened" the outcome of the IPO of one Bharti Airtel's group companies.
Telecom secretary R Chandrashekhar said that he could not confirm if RIL had plans to bid in the 2G auction and that no foreign firm had made any explicit inquiry so far.
The CBI is waiting for a final legal nod before naming the late Pramod Mahajan and Shyamal Ghosh as conspirators in favouring Bharti and Vodafone with cheap additional spectrum
A mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) policy is expected to come out before the 3G spectrum auctions.