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Bupa to acquire <strong>additional</strong> 23 percent stake in Max Bupa for Rs 191 crore

Bupa to acquire additional 23 percent stake in Max Bupa for Rs 191 crore

24 Nov 2015

New Delhi: UK's Bupa will increase its stake in Indian health insurance venture Max Bupa by 23 percent to 49 percent for Rs 191 crore. Max Bupa is a 74:26 joint venture between Max India and Bupa.

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Bupa to acquire <strong>additional</strong> 23 percent stake in Max Bupa for Rs 191 crore

Bupa to acquire additional 23 percent stake in Max Bupa for Rs 191 crore

23 Nov 2015

New Delhi: UK's Bupa will increase its stake in Indian health insurance venture Max Bupa by 23 percent to 49 percent for Rs 191 crore. Max Bupa is a 74:26 joint venture between Max India and Bupa.

Max Bupa health insurance,   Bupa Stake in Max Bupa,   Max India and Bupa Joint Venture,   Max Bupa Shares,   Max Bupa,   Bupa,   Latest World News ,  
Government may notify <strong>spectrum</strong> sharing rules in a week

Government may notify spectrum sharing rules in a week

14 Sep 2015

New Delhi: The Department of Telecom (DoT) is expected to notify within a week spectrum sharing rules while implementation of trading regulations will take some more time.

Department of Telecom,   DoT,   Spectrum,   Trading regulations,  
Airtel acquires 100 percent stake in Augere

Airtel acquires 100 percent stake in Augere

31 Dec 2015

New Delhi: Telecom major Bharti Airtel today said it has acquired the balance 26 percent stake in Augere Wireless, which holds 4G spectrum in Madhya Pradesh, making it a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company.

Airtel,   Airtel on Augere,   Telecom,   Bharti Airtel,   Wireless,   4G spectrum,   Latest Business News,  
Government to import <strong>additional</strong> 5,000 tons of pulses to control prices

Government to import additional 5,000 tons of pulses to control prices

12 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Under pressure to rein in retail prices of pulses that have shot up to Rs 155 per kg, the government today decided to import additional 5,000 tonnes of tur dal to boost domestic availability.

Pulses,   Modi government,   Tur dal,   Pulses price hike ,  
Telecom stocks gain as government approves <strong>spectrum</strong> sharing

Telecom stocks gain as government approves spectrum sharing

13 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Telecom stocks today rose by up to 4 percent after the government allowed companies to share airwaves in the same band so as to reduce call drops. Shares of Bharti Airtel surged 4.13 percent and Idea Cellular gained 2.56 percent on BSE. Reliance Communications too jumped 3.52 percent but later pared the gains as the trade progressed.

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Manish Sisodia gets <strong>additional</strong> charge of Delhi Law Ministry

Manish Sisodia gets additional charge of Delhi Law Ministry

01 Sep 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi government made a change in its Council of Ministers, giving the Law Ministry's charge to Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.

Manish Sisodia ,   Kapil Mishra,   Delhi Law Minister,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Jitender Singh Tomar,   latest state news,  
ED Director’s tenure curtailed; Karnal Singh gets <strong>additional</strong> charge

ED Director’s tenure curtailed; Karnal Singh gets additional charge

20 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The government cut short the tenure Rajan S Katoch at the helm of Enforcement Directorate and gave additional charge of the post of the Director to Special Director Karnal Singh for three months.

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DoT wants operators to fix call drops before <strong>spectrum</strong> auction

DoT wants operators to fix call drops before spectrum auction

07 Sep 2015

New Delhi: The Department of Telecom may go slow for auction of spectrum next year if operators do not invest in infrastructure to make optimum use of available airwaves and improve quality of services, sources said.

Department of Telecom,   Spectrum,   Telecom infrastructure,   Airwaves,   Call drops ,  
Flashback 2015: From call drops to 4G, roller-coaster journey of telecom industry

Flashback 2015: From call drops to 4G, roller-coaster journey of telecom industry

24 Dec 2015

New Delhi: A successful auction of airwaves and the launch of 4G services were the high points for India's telecom industry in 2015 even as the lingering problem of call drops and bottlenecks in infrastructure, notably on transmission towers, remained major areas of concern.

Telecom Industry Flashback 2015,   Telecom Industry in 2015,   Call drops in 2015,   4G Installation in 2015,   Spectrum Trading in 2015,   Latest Business News,  

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