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A $21-billion slugfest between telecom firms comes down to just $2

New Delhi wants nearly $21 billion in back license fees and spectrum usage charges, including penalties, interest.

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Jan 22, 2020, 01.10 PM IST



BSF South Bengal struggling to maintain seized cattle

In a press conference on Wednesday, the Inspector-General of BSF (South Bengal Frontier), YB Khurania revealed that BSF currently has around 2700 cattle still in their custody out of more than 19000 seized by them this year till August.

CBI officials reach the home of the wrong HC Judge and get charged with trespassing

While the CBI claims they left the spot once they realise...

POSCO directors begin project review

The Board of Directors (BoDs) of South Korean steel major POSCO began review of its India project amidst heavy security and arrest of 12 anti-project activists attempting to stage a demonstration.

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