The government’s showpiece project related to Digital India — BharatNet — which aims at connecting 2.5 lakh gram panchayats with wired broadband connectivity at 100 Mbps speed — isn’t working as per the plan so far.
MTNL employees have not got salaries for the past two months. Sources in the telco said that the company was trying to arrange the salaries through collection of dues but it won’t suffice the salary of its 22,000 staff for
The company has lost an annual contract worth around `400 crore for maintaining the fibre laid under the government's ambitious BharatNet project to provide broadband connectivity to over 2.5 lakh gram panchayats, as its perf
On his part, Prasad, while informing them that he’s already seized of the matter and has formed a committee under the department of telecommunications secretary to look into the matter, asking them to improve quality of ser
“I have conveyed to them that traceability shall be their job. A mechanism should be developed by them and the request for that will also come from appropriately high level so that there is no tinkering in-between. I am ver
Since Trai does not have powers to levy fines — it can only make a recommendation to this effect — the final call needs to be taken by the DCC (formerly telecom commission), which is the highest decision-making body of th