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DoT clears SMS for limited mobility — Multiple registration comes with a rider
EVEN as the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is maintaining a studied silence on the issue, the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has decided to officially state on record that limited mobility (WLL) service providers can provide ... More

Banks to snip equity further — Rising dividend demand
The potential candidates for capital restructuring include banks which have a very high capital adequacy ratio, especially Tier-1 capital. Syndicate Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Canara Bank have high Tier-1 capital. With large Tier-1 capital, the bank s are in a position to shrink their equity base and if necessary, substitute the same partially with Tier-2 capital. More

Banks can guarantee loans from other FIs
THE Reserve Bank of India has permitted commercial banks to issue guarantees for loans given by other banks and financial institutions. Earlier banks were prohibited from issuing guarantees favouring financial institutions, other banks and ... More

`No evidence to relate arbitrage to higher forex'
THE Reserve Bank of India on Monday said there is no evidence to show that ``arbitrage'' has contributed to the higher accretion of foreign exchange reserves in 2002-03. Fresh accretion to the reserves during the nine months (April-December ... More

Surrogate ads: Flow doesn't seem to ebb
SOON after the Information & Broadcasting (I&B) Ministry sends out notices to a set of broadcasters to withdraw surrogate advertisements, the advertisements reappear on other channels. Senior officials in the I&B Ministry said, "Ads for various ... More

Self-regulatory plan by news channels
THE television coverage of the terrorist siege on Akshardham drew a lot of flak from the Government especially with the Information & Broadcasting Minister openly criticising the manner in which television channels dealt with the issue. Hence, ... More


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