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December 28

  • Reliance stages grand entry with three mobile offers; plans to reach 90 per cent population

  • Qualcomm yet to pay Reliance Infocomm

  • BSNL, cell players to pick up the gauntlet

  • TRAI finalises guidelines for accounting separation

  • Remove tax sops to software after totalisation pacts: Kelkar

  • Goldstone picks up stake in US firm.

  • Branding will help IT companies stay ahead

  • WorldCom's net losses double

    December 27

  • CDMA may not lure customers immediately.

  • Reliance WLL may kick off tariff war.

  • Top CIOs to converge at Nasscom 2003.

  • Subex may offer equity to Canada Bank again.

  • Hexaware up 15 per cent on order talk.

  • IBM mulls Linux for its PCs.

  • ER&DC seeks to play cyber-police role.

  • Vintron angles for product deals with Taiwanese firms.

  • IFC to invest $2 m in Dataquest.

  • TRAI clears revised Reliance tariff plan.

    December 26

  • It was a learning experience as well as the longest holiday in 10 years: Arun Jain; board to discuss legal action against Artha Graha.

  • Padmasree Warrior to be Motorola CTO.

  • Big brands eat into assembler market; quality boosts consumer confidence.

  • Pramati to offer Web services.

  • Bluestar upbeat on new line of business.

  • Intel to fund 6 Wi-Fi ventures.

  • ilabs to acquire 2 firms.

  • You can't arrest Gates for Windows bug: Arun Jain.

  • Phaneesh Murthy reboots career with his first lady.

    December 25

  • Strong rupee set to hurt cos' earnings.

  • Polaris officials get back passports.

  • Wilco develops messaging tools.

  • Court orders MS to bundle Java.

  • Notebook sales seen up 17.5 pc.

  • Apar acquires 3Genesis.

  • BSNL officers work more in protest.

  • Reliance makes bid for full mobility through CDMA.

  • Reliance Infocomm to set up plant for CDMA handsets.

  • Yahoo to buy Inktomi for $235 m.

    December 24

  • Reliance, Tata Tele may mostly get new cell users.

  • Bharti may have to cough up Rs 500 crore on JT Mobile row.

  • Big names, huge pay lure away ITES staff.

  • TCS to recruit 5,000 in a year.

  • TCS to ratchet up China ops.

  • Reliance in Rs 2,500 crore deal with Samsung, LG for WLL sets.

  • 21 per cent cell users keen to try WLL: IDC.

    December 23

  • Bharti keeping fingers crossed on sub-sea cable; security nod for commercial use.

  • N.R.N. Murthy keen on expansion in W. Asia.

  • Goldstone plans preferential offer to promoters.

  • Dotcom founder bets comeback on data recovery.

  • TCS develops VAT software.

  • New Jersey senate okays BPO bill.

  • Polaris saga: not the first time; Infy, i-flex earlier examples of unhappy clients.

  • BPO centres seen 15 per cent overstaffed.

  • India to up spends by 24 per cent.

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