After 300 aircraft order, IndiGo becomes IATA member to aid global expansion
“IndiGo is currently an IOSA registered airline and IATA Clearing House member,” said a media statement. Notably, IndiGo was a special invitee at the IATA Annual General Meeting in Seoul this year, which is annual meeting of all IATA members.
SAT asks Sebi to pass order in RIL-Network 18 deal matter by Nov 30
The order comes following an appeal filed by Victor Fernandes and Sangeet...
Exports revive as cardamom prices fall 16%
Growers reckon the production is likely to be below 10,000 tonnes.
SC order on AGR huge blow to Bharti, Voda-Idea: Kotak
The amounts are material for both Airtel and Voda Idea and places the latter in a tricky spot, the report said.
Hexaware stock under pressure as client troubles slow orders
Earnings guidance reduced to 17-18% from 19% after Q3 results; on the positive side, revenue from its acquisitions and growth from other verticals remain healthy
Airtel, Voda, Idea made no provisions for AGR disputed amount
The telcos were expected to declare the disputed amounts as 'provisions' since they were well aware of such amounts all through the proceedings before TDSAT and till the matter was disposed of by the Supreme Court.
After Supreme Court's order, Airtel, Voda Idea ready strategy
Airtel & Voda Idea owe the government licence fees and spectrum usage charges, plus penalties and interest.
Send PMO regular reports on all long-delayed projects, PM Modi orders
“Prime Minister reviewed the progress of infrastructure connectivity projects including Katra-Banihal Railway Line. He gave explicit instructions on speedy completion of the project by next year. Several projects in the north-east like the widening and upgradation of Aizawl-Tuipang highway project was also discussed,” the PMO statement said.
Lawyer-Police clash: Delhi HC says its Nov 3 order applicable to Nov 2 FIRs only
After the November 3 order, an on-duty policeman and a civilian were allegedly thrashed by advocates outside Saket Court on Monday and on Tuesday, two separate FIRs were lodged by the police in this regard. Lawyers in all the six district courts here abstained from work for the third consecutive day on Wednesday, protesting against the clash between advocates and the police.
Vodafone Idea yet to take a call on filing review petition in SC on AGR order
Loss-making Vodafone Idea is among the worst hit by the top court judgement which backed the government’s broader definition of AGR, basis which the telcos pay licence fees and spectrum usage charge to the government.Vodafone Idea has said it also plans to engage with the DoT to urge it to consider granting relief, including a waiver of interest and penalties.
Orders for phone, internet services shutdown in J&K "illegal & unconstitutional", SC told
A bench headed by Justice N V Ramana was told that even after 90 days, communication services -- data, internet, pre-paid mobiles and SMS -- were not operational in the Kashmir Valley, affecting the working of the media. Advocate Vrinda Grover said the state has the power to put reasonable restrictions on the rights conferred under Article 19.
ETMGS 2019 to dissect the X-factor that’ll change India Inc’s pecking order in a $5 trillion economy
Over the years, ETMGS has become a much-sought-after platform for investors.
KEC International wins orders worth Rs 1,807 crore from rail, power T&D
The orders include railway jobs worth business Rs 1,303 crore for overhead electrification of railway lines and associated civil works, construction of road over bridges, roadbeds, major and minor bridges. Its arm SAE Towers have also bagged orders worth Rs 283 crore for power transmission and distribution projects in India, East Asia Pacific and the Americas.
SC order on telecom revenue definition deals disastrous blow to industry: COAI
In a setback to telecom service providers, the Supreme Court on Thursday allowed the Centre's plea to recover adjusted gross revenue (AGR) of about Rs 92,000 crore from them.
Airtel: 'Disappointed' at SC order on AGR, will weaken sectoral viability
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled in favour of the government on the AGR (adjusted gross revenue) issue, settling a 14 year old issue which had telcos and the government on opposite sides.
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