Gulveen Aulakh

Assistant Editor, ETI cover India's telecom sector from multiple aspects including policy, regulatory, corporate and litigation, for The Economic Times, the largest financial daily. I also cover devices and handset makers in India, and I can say that I'm partly responsible for making this section's coverage a separate one for the industry. Having spent more than a decade in journalism covering retail, IT, aviation, state level politics and now telecom, getting deep-dive, holistic and insightful picture on any story has become a mainstay. You can reach me on gulveen.aulakh@timesgroup.com and on Twitter - @gulveenaulakhET
  • Courier companies seek relief on GST E-way bill rule

    Courier companies seek relief on GST E-way bill rule

    GST Rule 138E, which took effect in November, doesn’t allow an entity that hasn’t filed returns for two straight months to generate an e-waybill. While the rule won’t impact direct deliveries to ecommerce customers, business-to-business (B2B) orders from overseas will likely get hit.

    Banks, telcos, insurers may be exempted from GST e-invoices

    Banks, telcos, insurers may be exempted from GST e-invoices

    Banks, airlines, insurance companies, armed forces and telecom service providers are likely to be exempted from mandatory issuing of e-invoices under goods and services tax (GST), said people aware of the matter.

    Roadshows to lure investors for Concor

    Roadshows to lure investors for Concor

    They said investor interest is being determined through the roadshows, which will be followed by detailed expressions of interest and formal proposals. On Friday, shares of Concor closed 0.28% higher on the BSE at Rs 563.10.

    PSUs not allowed to bid for BPCL

    PSUs not allowed to bid for BPCL

    There is no question of public sector companies to be allowed to bid for Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL),” a senior government official said. Such a move would be against the rules and go against the plan of privatising, the official added.

    Telecom companies won’t get input tax credit refund: Sushil Modi

    Telecom companies won’t get input tax credit refund: Sushil Modi

    Demand for Rs 36,000 crore relief not considered, says convener of the GoM on Integrated GST. Telecom service providers have been urging the government to refund the input tax credit or adjust the amount against their statutory dues. They have sent several requests to the finance ministry. Adjustment of credit refund against the dues would've helped telcos.

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