Spectrum News

COAI advocates spectrum auction to 2018, allow market to settle down

Cellular operators' body has said the government should not rush to spectrum auction this year and instead, allow the market to settle down in wake of recent mergers, acquisitions.

CBI made up case, ex-Telecom Secy and three firms are free to go: Court

The court asked the CBI Director to conduct an inquiry against the "erring officials" for filing such a charge sheet in the case.


2002 additional spectrum case: Court to pass order on charge on October 15

During the brief hearing, some of the accused filed some written submissions before the court which took it on record.

View from the right: Disruptive opposition

It says the government had consulted the opposition and addressed their concerns, but “the opposition ganged up under the leadership of [the] dying Congress to stall the proceedings.

Spectrum auction ends after 19 days, fetches Rs 1.10 lakh crore

Sources said Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea managed to win back most of their licences in the 900 MHz band that were expiring.

Govt clears 15 MHz 3G swap between defence, DoT; Band not for auction in February

In 31 other bands different users like telecom firms, broadcasters, civil aviation and space would co-exist.


IMF: Income inequality on the rise in countries like India

The richest 85 people in the world own the same amount of wealth as the bottom half of the world’s population, Lagarde said.

Yashwant slams new spectrum reserve price set by TRAI

A decision on this will be taken by the EGoM.

EGoM refers spectrum reserve pricing to Trai

Move likely to delay auctions by few months

Tatas lost race,'ineligible' Swan got spectrum: Radia

Corporate lobbyist Niira Radia appeared before the special court hearing the 2G spectrum allocation cases on Tuesday,weeks after she was summoned to depose as a witness.