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Spotlight on EISML bankruptcy even as IFC and Axis bank seek independent investigation into its parent Educomp insolvency

When the Parliament passed the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), in May 2016, it was touted as the biggest reform by the Modi government. It was supposed to not only solve the problem of NPAs but also deter errant promoters from siphoning off bank loans. However, it seems that in some cases promoters may be using it to escape payment obligations.

Vodafone and Idea have to complete formalities before merging: Manoj Sinha

Govt backs net neutrality framework

Airtel payments Banks receives approval from RBI to enroll new customers

Govt mulls replacing multiple charges imposed on telecom companies with a single levy

MediaTek AI Forum showcases newest AI features

ESDS selects Juniper Networks to Power Future-Ready Cloud in India

Top telcos urge PMO, DoT to auction E, V band spectrum

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Intex launches 2 "Full View" smartphones at starting price of Rs 4,649

Targeting millions of Indian consumers waiting to migrate from feature phones to smartphones, domestic smartphone maker Intex Technologies on Thursday launched two "Full View" smartphones with 18:9 aspect ratio at a starting price of Rs 4,649. The 5.34-inch INFIE 33, which runs Android N, is priced at Rs 5,049 and the 4.95-inch INFIE 3 model, which runs Android Oreo Go, is priced at Rs 4,649.

Huawei set to bring new Nova series phones to India

Detel enters into premium feature phone segment with the launch of D1 Gold

BSNL starts first internet telephony service in India

Airtel announces massive network expansion plans for West Bengal

TRAI moots measures to make ICT services accessible for differently-abled

China Mobile, Intel and Huawei complete 5G NR IODT

Idea shares up on DoT conditional nod to Voda merger

Xiaomi appoints Muralikrishnan B as India chief operating officer

HTC's June sales slump 68%, biggest drop in more than 2 years



Reduce the IUC: Use pure LRIC methods to calculate interconnection charges

B K Syngal, Former CMD, VSNL

The telecom regulatory authority of India or TRAI has started the exercise of reviewing interconnection usage charge (IUC). There is always a dispute between incumbent and new operators on interconnection charges. Incumbent operators want high IUC as they have been around for a longer time and, thus, have more number of subscribers, while new operators want low IUC.

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Airtel offers seamless mobile services to Char Dham pilgrims

Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”), India’s largest telecommunications services provider, is ensuring seamless connectivity and convenience for its customers visiting the Char Dham locations - Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamnotri.

After bypoll fiasco, what are the options before Modi government to tackle fuel price rise?

Huawei honored with Vodafone ‘Supplier of the Decade’ award

Steam Link App and Steam Video App for Android and iOS announced

Idea rolls out VoLTE services for customers in 6 major markets

Microsoft releases preview of Office 2019 for businesses