Department Of Telecommunications

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Ensure adequate spectrum before auctions: Trai to govt

Also suggests 10% higher price for auction in 1800 MHz band.


Delay in spectrum grant irks Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India

A major tiff is brewing between the country’s top two telecom operators – Bharti Airtel and Vodafone India…


State cannot take coercive action against cellphone tower operators: HC

“DoT guidelines are prospective and effective from August 1, 2013,” the petition read.


TRAI recommends sharing of telecom spectrum

The price of spectrum in last auction was about 5 times more compared to that allocated under old licencing regime.

Govt to classify set-top boxes as telecom equipment to spur production

The STB manufacturers have, for long, been demanding tax incentives.

Can’t ban pornography on Internet: Govt to SC

PIL calling for ban on such sites and against absence of relevant laws comes up for hearing today.

IIT-B distances itself from professor’s view on cell tower radiation, says his opinion personal

Munshi, who called the report “character assassination”, said that Prof Kumar has repeatedly called for reduced transmitted power.


IIT prof ‘hyped’ cell radiation, daughter sold protective shields

Professor Kumar, who heads the Electrical Engineering department at the university, denies conflict of interest.

DoT should create national EMF web portal to provide public access to the status of compliance to prescribed EMF norms

Radiation from cell towers in India not harmful: Panel

India has reduced prescribed radiation levels by factor of 10: DoT committee.


DoT allows telecom service providers to switch technologies

The relaxation in the rules for telcos will make the roll out of 4G technologies easier.

Briefly Business: DoT amends unified telecom licence rule

Amended version brings relief to even pureplay internet service providers where most of the players small companies.

Spice issue: Idea gets Rs600 cr penalty notice

The DoT,however,said the merger of the operational Spice licences of Punjab and Karnataka can be taken on record.

Vodafone misrepresented facts in SIM renting case: Matrix

In 2007,the DoT had alleged Vodafone,Airtel and Idea rented SIMs to Matrix Cellular in bulk,violating subscriber verification norms.

Dial 1037 for telcom complaints

More often than not subscribers fail to get satisfactory resolution of the their grievances.

DoT doubles penalty on mobile towers flouting emission norms

New circular raises the amount from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh.