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India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

With lack of transmission infrastructure hurting electricity availability, the power ministry today approved a Rs.125bn package for development of nine high capacity transmission projects

The Department of Telecommunications is at the final stage of issuing demand notices to telecom companies, whose licences were quashed by the Supreme Court in February, 2012.(BS)

The government has decided to rope in international bodies for seeking assistance for the establishment of three different entities - Public Debt office, Resolution Corporation and Financial Data Management Centre. (BL)

With lack of transmission infrastructure hurting electricity availability, the power ministry today approved a Rs.125bn package for development of nine high capacity transmission projects. (BS)

The telecom department will soon tell nine mobile operators to pay one-time spectrum usage charges of Rs.24.51bn for continuing to provide services after the Supreme Court quashed their permits in February 2012. (ET)
 

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