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Dispute over technology interface — Status quo on limited mobility; keep service distinction: TDSAT
THE Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) on Saturday asked the Government to ensure clear distinction between cellular and WLL-based limited mobility services, even as it rejected a petition filed by cellular firms to ... More

Inconsistent verdict, says COAI
THE Cellular Operators Association (COAI) said the majority judgment of the tribunal is inconsistent in its reasoning `in its own judgment in the WLL case'. The COAI said the TDSAT had upheld the legality of mobility for fixed service providers ... More

MNCs lose ground in Sensex revamp
WITH multinational companies losing flavour of the stock market due to delisting of several companies and slowdown in FMCG sector, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) index committee today decided to remove MNC stocks such as Nestle, Castrol, ... More

BPO, ITES growth put at $24 b by '08
India's advantages include availability of English-speaking qualified manpower at competitive costs and a virtual 12-hour time lag with the US. More

Go slow, they're at work
IN the tiny villages surrounding the giant power plant erected by Enron, a small people's movement that promises no jackpot jobs but helps lay the foundation for a living is fledgling. In a way the people owe it to the fallen multinational energy ... More

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