09 Jan 2014
New Delhi: Fairfax Financial Holdings will buy additional convertible debentures worth USD 250 million in BlackBerry, offering respite to the struggling Canadian smartphone maker.
27 Jan 2014
New Delhi: Mobile telephone service providers that are all set to buy spectrum or airwaves in the February 3 auction will need to pay five percent of annual gross revenue as spectrum usage charge (SUC), an Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) decided here on Monday.
07 May 2014
New Delhi: Idea Cellular, the country's third largest telecom operator, will use its own network for offering 3G services in the lucrative Delhi circle from early 2015.
24 Jan 2014
New Delhi: Inter-Ministerial panel Telecom Commission may take a call on Saturday over long-pending issues, including the spectrum usage charge, which may decide the fate of the upcoming spectrum auction.
21 Dec 2013
New Delhi: In a shake up ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan resigned on Saturday from the Union Council of Ministers and more may be in line for being drafted into party work.
22 Nov 2013
NEW DELHI: The Ministerial panel on Friday threw its weight behind watered down plans to cut the starting price at which mobile phone spectrum will be auctioned to operators in January, a cut demanded by companies battling low margins and high debt.
16 Dec 2013
New Delhi: Road Transport and Highways Minister Oscar Fernandes has been given the additional charge of Ministry of Labour and Employment following the death of Sis Ram Ola.
14 Feb 2014
New Delhi: The second generation (2G) spectrum auction in 900 MHz and 1,800 MHz airwaves ended on Thursday after 68 rounds of bidding and collecting Rs 61,162.22 crore for the government kitty thus bringing smiles on the face of the government, but will it prove the same for consumers?
23 Nov 2013
New Delhi: Pitching for a ‘full spectrum engagement’, Pakistan on Friday said that it was committed to improving bilateral relations with India and hoped that ties will witness an upward trajectory.
23 Nov 2013
New Delhi: A ministerial panel on Friday threw its weight behind watered down plans to cut the starting price at which mobile phone spectrum will be auctioned to operators in January, a cut demanded by companies battling low margins and high debt.