| 2011 | January | 26

  • TDSAT restrained govt from banning 3G roaming

    New Delhi, Dec 26 (): India’s Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) restrained the government from banning 3G Inter-Circle Roaming (ICR) pacts among service providers and directed DoT not to take any “coercive steps” against them till next date of hearing on January 3. Earlier, the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has asked operators to…

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  • Pre-budget meetings from Jan 11

    New Delhi, Dec 26 (): Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee will start formal consultations for the preparation of next year’s budget with a meeting with a farmers’ group on Jan 11. Amid economic slowdown, Pranab Mukherjee will hold brainstorming sessions with various stakeholders during his annual pre-budget meetings. The first meeting would be held with agriculturalists….

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  • Bangarappa dies

    Bangalore, Dec 26 (): The former chief minister of Karnataka and an Indian politician Sarekoppa Bangarappa passed away early today morning. He breathed his last early morning of Dec 26 at around 12.40 am. He was hospitalized for renal complications and was admitted at the Mallya hospital due to kidney failure. He was 79. He…

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  • Agneepath satellite rights sold for Rs 41 crore to Zee Network

    Mumbai, Dec 26 (): Hrithik Roshan-starrer ‘Agneepath’ is said to have bagged a record amount of Rs 41 crore for its satellite rights to Zee Network. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh says, “I’m not shocked with this piece of information or the reported price because as I said earlier Hrithik’s movie rights including that of Kites…

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  • Aamir Khan to write his autobiography

    Mumbai, Dec 26 (): Aamir Khan who started his career as a child artist in “Yaadon Ki Baaraat” (1973) is likely to write his autobiography. Aamir Khan has come up with an official DVD and blue-ray disks of his movie ‘Dhobi Ghat’. He recently launched it at the event that was also marked by his…

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