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Airtel sells towers in Nigeria

Telecom operator Bharti Airtel has sold 4,800 mobile towers in Nigeria to US-based American Tower Company (ATC) for about $1.05 billion as part of its plan to cut costs and pare debt....   | Read..
 

Trouble for insurance bill

The government’s reforms agenda is in trouble with its biggest ally Shiv Sena today joining some opposition parties in declaring resistance in Parliament to a bill ...   | Read..
 

Joyride in full swing on bourses

The BSE Sensex and Nifty rose to record highs today on hopes of more reforms in the ongoing winter session of Parliament and growing expectations of more stimulus measures fr...   | Read..
 

Amtek Auto in shopping spree

Amtek Auto today said it would acquire two Europe-based and one Southeast Asia-based auto as well as non-auto component makers through its Singapore-based wholly owned subsid...   | Read..
 

Trai sticks to spectrum proposals

The telecom regulator today stood by its recommendations on pricing spectrum at 10 per cent more than the previous auction, taking back certain airwaves from BSNL and defence...   | Read..
 

Focus on trademarks

Indian companies need to be more aware about getting their trademark registrations in overseas markets under the Madrid Protocol, a government official said today....   | Read..
 
Airtel sells towers in Nigeria


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Twin recipe to widen reach

The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) today asked insurers to pay higher co...   | Read..

US advice on patent regulations

The US today categorically stated that India needed to improve its patent regime to reach the g...   | Read..
 

Lens on ING share

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has sought details from the bourses about trading in the shares of ING Vys...   | Read..
 
 
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