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Loop investor KHML drags govt to intl arbitration for cancelled telecom licences
Business

Loop investor KHML drags govt to intl arbitration for cancelled telecom licences

Loop Telecom's investor Khaitan Holdings (KHML) today dragged the Indian government to international arbitration, seeking close to $2.5 billion in damages for its cancelled telecom licences.

COAI sees 515 Mhz freed from 144 GSM licence cancellations
Business

COAI sees 515 Mhz freed from 144 GSM licence cancellations

The SC order of February 2012 did not specify how many licenses were to be cancelled nor did it name operators whose licenses were to be cancelled

COAI sees 515 Mhz freed from 144 GSM licence cancellations
News & Analysis

COAI sees 515 Mhz freed from 144 GSM licence cancellations

The SC order of February 2012 did not specify how many licenses were to be cancelled nor did it name operators whose licenses were to be cancelled

Sistema Shyam submits application for spectrum auction
Business

Sistema Shyam submits application for spectrum auction

Telecom operator Sistema Shyam Teleservices (STSL) today submitted application to bid for CDMA spectrum in the upcoming auction.

Govt considers options to protect cos with cancelled permits
Business

Govt considers options to protect cos with cancelled permits

The Telecom Ministry is looking at options to protect the interests of companies whose 2G licences will stand cancelled after January 18 but are willing to continue operations in India.

Uninor to file interim application against TRAI's rate proposal in SC
Business

Uninor to file interim application against TRAI's rate proposal in SC

Uninor will file an interim application in the Supreme Court to bring to the apex court's attention its plea against the recommendations of the telecom regulator on spectrum auction.

Trai's move: No refunds for Telcos who lost licences
Business

Trai's move: No refunds for Telcos who lost licences

With Trai ruling out any exit policy, it could mean telcos whose licences were cancelled by the SC may not get any refunds of fees paid.

2G: Does presidential reference support Sibal's zero-loss policy?
Economy

2G: Does presidential reference support Sibal's zero-loss policy?

By casting doubts on all licenses going back to 1994, the Reference was supporting Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal's "zero loss" theory.

2G trial: Why Chidambaram got away
Politics

2G trial: Why Chidambaram got away

There are many reasons why the CBI Special Judge did not see merit in Subramanian Swamy's petition to include Chidambaram as co-accused in the 2G scam.

Chidu relieved, Delhi court dismisses Swamy's plea in 2G case
India

Chidu relieved, Delhi court dismisses Swamy's plea in 2G case

Reacting to Saini's verdict, Swami said the the court's judgment is not a setback as he will now move the high court.

2G scam verdict: How it hits companies, banks, IT vendors and you
Business

2G scam verdict: How it hits companies, banks, IT vendors and you

The Supreme Court's verdict in the 2G scam - to cancel all the 122 licences issued in 2008 - will affect more than just the companies whose licences were cancelled

Telenor may exit India after SC cancels 2G licences
Business

Telenor may exit India after SC cancels 2G licences

If Telenor wants to stay in India, they will need the help of the Norwegian government.

 Guess what? Even banks played a role in the 2G scam
Business

Guess what? Even banks played a role in the 2G scam

In the recent past, media investigations showed that public-sector banks had a large exposure to companies whose 2G licences were cancelled by the Supreme Court today.