The Telegraph
Wednesday , April 30 , 2014

Roaming relief for 3G service

Telecom tribunal TDSAT today overturned a government ban on Airtel, Vodafone and Idea for offering 3G mobile services beyond their licensed zones through roaming pacts — saying it was in the national interest to allow better utilisation of scarce radio frequency....   | Read..

Hurdle to Sun-Ranbaxy merger

The merger of Ranbaxy Laboratories with Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries has received a setback with the Andhra Pradesh high court asking both the BSE and the NSE to withho...   | Read..

Airtel profit in line with estimates

India’s top mobile phone carrier Bharti Airtel Ltd has reported a surge in quarterly profit in line with expectations as reduced competition in the world’s se...   | Read..

RIL ultimatum on gas price

Reliance Industries Ltd has asked the oil ministry to announce the new gas price immediately after the end of elections....   | Read..

Tax breather

The Madras high court today set aside the Tamil Nadu government’s Rs 2,400-crore VAT demand and directed the authorities to review the tax assessment “afresh̶...   | Read..

Sesa posts Rs 1622cr profit

Vedanta group company Sesa Sterlite today reported a consolidated net profit of Rs 1,621.55 crore for the quarter ended March on net sales of Rs 20,784.62 crore. ...   | Read..
Roaming relief for 3G service

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Tatas put value to innovation

The Tata group is assessing its innovation strategy and has for the first time quantified the econo...   | Read..

Nokia unveils new strategy

Finnish technology company Nokia announced a new strategy on Tuesday that focuses on its core m...   | Read..

Ford in fresh Endeavour

Ford India today launched the latest edition of its all-terrain sports utility vehicle Endeavour priced between Rs 19.84...   | Read..



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