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The Hindu
It’s 2018, but still tough to get online in the Andamanscoverage is not available, but is a lot slower. A plan to nearly double satelli
The Hindu / Posted 15 hours ago
coverage is not available, but is a lot slower. A plan to nearly double satellite bandwidth to 2 Gbps was approved by the Department of Telecommunications, but expansion has been hit by problems like unsuitability of old technology. Approximately... Read more
22h
Central Chronicle
DoT to unveil 5G roadmap by June 2018: Telecom SecretaryAgencies, New Delhi The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) will unveil the
Central Chronicle / Posted 22 hours ago
Agencies, New Delhi The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) will unveil the 5G or fifth-generation roadmap by the end of the June this year, Telecom Secretary, Ms Aruna Sundarajan, said here on Friday. Speaking at an event orgainsed by industry... Read more
2d
The Hindu
RCom shareholders approve asset monetisation planmonetisation, the debt and liabilities of RCom will reduce by about ₹ 25,000 cr
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
monetisation, the debt and liabilities of RCom will reduce by about ₹ 25,000 crore by prepayment of debts and transfer of Department of Telecommunications’ Spectrum Installments. The loss making firm has stopped voice call services and is... Read more
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Business Standard India
Telcos commit Rs 740-bn investment into infrastructure to curb call dropsdrops, said the operators have raised the issue of non-availability of sites fo
Business Standard India / Posted 18 days ago
drops, said the operators have raised the issue of non-availability of sites for installing mobile towers. Although the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) and sectoral regulator Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) is taking the... Read more
28d
AllAfrica.com
Government Mourns the Loss of ICT PioneerThe Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services has described the deat
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services has described the death of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) specialist, Libby Lloyd, as a great loss to the ICT sector. Lloyd served on a panel of experts that assisted the... Read more
29d
asianage
TRAI recommends allowing in-flight internet connectivitya mechanism for the lawful interception and monitoring of Wi-Fi in aircraft cab
asianage / Posted 29 days ago
a mechanism for the lawful interception and monitoring of Wi-Fi in aircraft cabins to ensure safety, were provided to the Department of Telecommunications which will draft the final policy. Once finalised it will, for the first time, allow flyers... Read more
29d
The Indian Express
Infra upgrade plan: Connecting India via telecom, air and roaddevelopment could be an underlying theme in the upcoming Union Budget 2018-19 i
The Indian Express / Posted 29 days ago
development could be an underlying theme in the upcoming Union Budget 2018-19 including an announcement to build on the Department of Telecommunications’ BharatNet project for providing broadband in villages. In the project’s first phase, over 1... Read more
29d
asianage
Peter, Rai call records were fabricated by CBI: Defenceof fabricating the CDR. The defence lawyers of Mukherjea on Friday argued befo
asianage / Posted 29 days ago
of fabricating the CDR. The defence lawyers of Mukherjea on Friday argued before special Judge J. C. Jagdale, that as per Department of Telecommunications, the CDR should have minimum 13 columns consisting of various details including call... Read more

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