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India’s gradual rise into a leading economy has exacerbated rivalries. Money, money, money / Always sunny / In the world of the richABBA The ambitious aspects triggered by the Modi government from the start require significant funding. Especially since the approach is holistic and spread over all sectors. All being awakened to their potential, perhaps …

The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) saw its key index climb above 11,200 points this week, as around 13% of constituents hit or approached their 52-week high.Gulf funds have been increasingly net buyers as the Qatar 20-stock index rose 0.53% this week, which saw the country’s industrial production index rise 1.2% in monthly slip in July.Gulf …

Visionary former Prime Minister (PM) of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee realized that the telecommunications sector was being stifled, not by its inherent financial dynamics, but by his own government – through a deadly combination of frequent political changes, bureaucratic repression, a rent seeking approach and regressive taxation. Statesman that he was, Vajpayee made the bet …

| Posted: Friday September 24th, 2021 12:49 PM [IST] The long-awaited 5G spectrum auction is expected to take place soon as the government searches for ways to lower the price of the airwaves. The DoT is reportedly considering a new price for the 700 MHz, 3.3-3.6 GHz, 26 GHz and 28 GHz bands, which are …

PM Narendra Modi interacts with Cristiano R Amon (Courtesy: Twitter | @PIB_India) Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his US engagements on Thursday with a “productive interaction” with Qualcomm CEO Cristiano E Amon during which he highlighted the vast business opportunities in India. Modi, who arrived here on Wednesday for an official visit to the …

On September 15, 2021, the Union Cabinet approved major structural and procedural reforms in the telecommunications sector with the aim of protecting and generating employment opportunities, promoting healthy competition, protecting consumer interests , inject liquidity, encourage investment and reduce regulation. burden on telecommunications service providers (“FST“).1 This government decision, together with the recent Supreme Court …

For the contactless, customer-centric and secure KYC process, the DoT has launched three new avenues. New Delhi: The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) on Tuesday began implementing new telecommunications reforms by streamlining the KYC (Know Your Customer) process. The Union Cabinet last week approved a series of measures for its cash-strapped telecommunications sector, including a four-year …

Key market dynamics: In particular, the increased use of GIS for capacity planning is driving the growth of the GIS market in the telecommunications sector. However, factors such as the communication gap between developers and end users may hinder the growth of the market. Find out more about the main drivers, trends and additional challenges …

The future of India’s vibrant telecommunications sector looked rocky until last week, when the government finally bit the bullet and announced numerous structural and procedural reforms for the industry. Among the changes, the Center announced a 4-year moratorium on Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) and spectrum royalties with an option to convert interest on penalties into …

The first list of trusted telecommunications equipment vendors is expected to be released in the first week of October, Rajesh Pant, national cybersecurity coordinator and designated authority to report trusted sources and products, said on Monday. “On December 16 of last year, the Cabinet approved the historic directive on national security in the telecommunications sector. …