01 Jul 2015
New Delhi: State-run BSNL expects to arrest decline in landline connections with unlimited free call offer and modernisation of its exchanges.
01 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Petrol prices were cut by 31 paise per litre and diesel by 71 paise a litre in line with fall in international oil rates and rupee appreciation.
30 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Looking to grab the Zimbabwe opportunity with both hands, Indian opener Murali Vijay said that he was certainly expecting a call up in the ODI squad after putting in some effort in 32 Test appearances since 2008.
10 Jun 2015
Bengaluru: Telecom operator Aircel today announced its customers in five southern states will not be charged for incoming calls and need to pay only 1 paisa per second for making calls while they are on roaming in the region from June 11.
01 May 2015
New Delhi: With an aim to revive its landline business, state-owned BSNL went that proverbial extra mile by introducing an unlimited free calling scheme during night hours.
27 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Vodafone India on Sunday announced it was cutting down its call rates as part of its efforts to help people reach out to their friends and families in earthquake-hit areas of Nepal.
21 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Delhi's power regulator DERC is all set to announce revised tariff for 2015-16 next month notwithstanding AAP government's directive not to go ahead with the new rates till the CAG has submitted its report on the financial condition of three private power distribution companies.
16 Jun 2015
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar asked the Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to first look into the BSNL's frequent call drop issue rather than leading an attack on the Janata Parivar ahead of the upcoming assembly polls.
25 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Telephone calls made on BSNL network to earthquake-hit Nepal for the next three days will attract only local call rates, the state-owned company said.
13 Jun 2015
Australia's Chris Rogers is still dealing with headaches and dizzy spells after being hit on the head in training before the first Test against West Indies, and the opening batsman says the lingering symptoms have been a wake-up call to the dangers of concussion.