The transaction will be done on a “debt-free cash-free” basis, the companies said in their joint statement. It will give Bharti an additional 40 million subscribers.
Should you be compensated for call drops? TRAI wants to, but the Supreme Court and telecom operators don’t agree. Who is right?
How the CAG quantified its estimate of the “undue benefits” Airtel received by misreporting revenues.
A draft CAG report alleges the government helped India’s largest telecom company obtain “undue benefits”, which we estimate to be around Rs 14,500 crore, by miscalculating revenues and nepotism in spectrum allocation. Airtel also gained Rs 44,000 crore through questionable corporate restructuring
Govt ready to negotiate on the land acquisition bill Law Minister D V Sadananda Gowda has said that the government is willing to relax its stand on the land acquisition Bill and is open to amending certain clauses after facing stiff opposition both inside and outside the Parliament. Gowda […]