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Reliance stages grand entry with three mobile offers
RELIANCE Infocomm's IndiaMobile Service, which will begin enrolling customers in January, will have three mobile telephony plans, the most touted one among them being the Dhirubhai Ambani Pioneer Offer that brings with it a free digital mobile ... More

Plans to reach 90% of population: Mukesh
THE Reliance group today unveiled its information and communication initiative, a 60,000-km, terabit capacity network of optical fibre cables (OFC) across the country that would carry voice, video, data and enable other value-added services. ... More

Kelkar for just two I-T slabs
THE tax burden on personal income-tax payers is set to ease irrespective of whether they are at the bottom of the tax slab or are reasonably well-off individuals. If the Kelkar Committee's recommendations are accepted by the Centre, they will ... More

Is the party over for savings?
IF there is one recommendation of the Kelkar Committee that looks to be a political hot potato, it is the one on abolishing almost all the tax rebates for savings. Earlier this month, the BJP had voiced its opposition to this proposal ... More

CCD defers decision on HPCL, BPCL
THE Cabinet Committee on Disinvestment (CCD) on Friday deferred finalising the modalities for disinvestment in HPCL and BPCL in the absence of an opinion from Attorney-General. "Whenever the opinion of the Attorney-General is obtained, we will ... More

BSNL, cell players to pick up the gauntlet
WITH Reliance Infocomm, the telecom venture of Reliance launching its limited mobility services - Indiamobile - promising to deal a death blow to competition, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) and cellular operators are all geared to face the ... More

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