Sanjay Singh

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Govt working on new ceiling & floor rates for domestic airfares

The civil aviation ministry is working on fixing the floor and the ceiling rate for airfares in the domestic route.

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Idea, Reliance Jio Infocomm signal tough fight for spectrum

Vodafone, Reliance Communication likely to just focus on retaining current circles

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BSNL, MTNL may scrap BlackBerry services over losses

Unlike private telcos, the two do not have a high subscriber base, particularly of enterprises using BlackBerry services, so stoppage is not going to be of major inconvenience to anyone

BSNL, MTNL may scrap BlackBerry services over losses

DoT wants BSNL & MTNL paid for surrendering CDMA airwaves

While BSNL has proposed to surrender one block of 1.25 MHz of CDMA airwaves in 10 service areas, MTNL will surrender 5 MHz of CDMA airwaves each in Delhi and Mumbai where it operates.

DoT wants BSNL & MTNL paid for surrendering CDMA airwaves

Indian carriers will have to earn international flying credits

Will have to provide connectivity to underserved and unserved areas

Indian carriers will have to earn international flying credits

Eight firms buy into ministry’s airport privatisation story

At least eight companies, including Adani Ports & SEZ as well as GMR and GVK Group firms, have approached the civil aviation ministry...

Eight firms buy into ministry’s airport privatisation story

Bharti Airtel plans 1 lakh of 15 lakh outlets as payment gateways

Bharti Airtel plans to set-up at least 1lakh of its 15 lakh outlets across the country as payment gateways for subscribers if it gets a payments bank licence from RBI.

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Government’s ‘Big Brother’ project mangled in red tape

Way past the 2013 deadline, even basic infrastructure for the project is not in place

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Wait gets longer for Indian e-tailers to deliver via drone

E-commerce players may not be allowed to use unmanned aerial systems (UAS) like ‘drone’ for commercial purposes even after the United...

Wait gets longer for Indian e-tailers to deliver via drone

Longer wait for 3G as DoT defers spectrum sharing, trading norms

Mobile operators upset that the forthcoming auctions would only offer 5 MHz spectrum in the 2100 MHz (3G) band have reason to be further...

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Trai issues draft rules for full mobile number portability

In a move that will enable mobile subscribers to retain their numbers when they shift to other states or telecom service areas...

Trai issues draft rules for full mobile number portability

Telenor faces Vietnam’s Viettel JV challenge in Myanmar

Telenor Myanmar, saddled with mammoth task of creating infrastructure for mobile services...

Telenor faces Vietnam’s Viettel JV challenge in Myanmar

DoT mulls levying Swachh Bharat cess on spectrum charges

The department of telecommunications (DoT) is looking at the possibility of imposing 0.5-1% cess...

DoT mulls levying Swachh Bharat cess on spectrum charges

DoT seeks law ministry view on R-Jio, ITL merger

The department of telecommunications (DoT) has sought the law ministry opinion on the proposed merger...

DoT seeks law ministry view on R-Jio, ITL merger

Powering ahead, but only just

Faster clearances accorded to projects in recent months have had a salutary impact on coal and power ventures...

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DoT to finally rationalise penalty norms for telecom companies

After dilly-dallying for more than a year, the government appears to be moving ahead on rationalising penalty norms for telecom companies...

DoT to finally rationalise penalty norms for telecom companies

Slow progress imperils high-speed network

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious Digital India programme is in serious danger of being derailed...

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Wary of snooping, govt to allot alternative frequency in border areas

After having failed to convince Pakistan to realign its WLL network that is interfering with 3G services being offered...

Wary of snooping, govt to allot alternative frequency in border areas

Air India to replace six Airbus A-319s with A320neos, raise $350-m bridge loan

National carrier Air India will phase out by next year six of its old..

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DoT to rope in private firms for Digital India

In a change of strategy, the department of telecommunications has now decided to rope in private agencies...

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Panel asks DoT to reconsider stand on some Trai proposals

The inter-ministerial panel, telecom commission (TC), has asked the department of telecommunications...

Panel asks DoT to reconsider stand on some Trai proposals

Spectrum norms to get delayed, likely after Feb

DoT wants to wait for Feb auctions before coming up with guidelines

Spectrum norms to get delayed, likely after Feb

Permits expired, but Bharti Airtel, Vodafone to get extention; relief for Delhi, Mumbai users

Mobile subscribers in Delhi and Mumbai will be spared of further call drops and network congestion as the department...

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