Supreme Court to hear all pleas against AGR dues next week
Sources said the court on Friday agreed to hear the pleas of GAIL India, Power Grid Corporation and Oil India that filed clarificatory applications on Wednesday and Thursday, which was the deadline for the payments. Sources added that RailTel and Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) also have filed similar applications.
PIL filed in SC against DoT for not taking coercive action on AGR dues
The petition states that telcos have “willfully” “disobeyed” paying th...
AGR dues: Reliance Jio meets Supreme Court deadline, Airtel seeks time
The Mukesh Ambani led telco’s dues are a fraction of what its rivals -...
AGR payment: Telecom companies to wait for SC decision
Vodafone Idea informs DoT it won't make part payment today, Airtel may follow suit.
AGR dues: Bharti Airtel asks DoT to wait for SC's hearing next week, before demanding payment
Airtel follows Voda Idea in informing DoT that although it will comply with the SC’s orders, it would request the government to hold on till the next hearing before demanding payment. The two operators' decision to await the SC’s call on AGR modification pleas, imply that they won’t make any payments to the government by the January 23 deadline.
DoT orders no coercive action on defaulting Airtel, Voda-Idea; Pradhan says non-telcos not liable
"The Director of Licensing Finance Policy Wing has issued direction that concerned departments should not take any coercive action against the licensees in case they fail to comply with the Supreme Court order, until further orders," an official source told PTI.
SC to hear plea of telecom service providers seeking time to pay AGR dues
Supreme Court to hear the plea of telecom service providers seeking time to pay AGR dues amounting to Rs 1.47 lakh crore to the Govt.SC to h...
SC agrees to hear telecos plea seeking time to pay AGR dues
DoT may be open to negotiations if telcos pay part of their dues by Thursday.
Bharti Airtel , Vodafone Idea and Tata Teleservices to file plea in SC today for time to pay AGR dues
Vodafone Idea, along with some 14 telcos, need to pay about Rs1.47 lakh crore to the telecom department by a Supreme Court (SC)-mandated deadline of January 23.
Five non-telecom PSUs seek clarity from SC on AGR order
Non-telecom public sector units GAIL India, Power Grid Corporation (PGCIL), Oil India (OIL) and two others are filing separate applications in the Supreme Court for clarification on applicability of its October 24 order on payment of licence fee dues.
Vodafone Idea, Airtel gain up to 22% as SC accepts fresh pleas on AGR dues
This implies that the telcos do not have to pay their statuary dues by January 23.
Lenders hope government steps in to prevent AGR from becoming Voda Idea's breaking point
Banks have no liability to telecom companies linked to the AGR order because these do not form a part of the guarantees they have given. However, any cash outflow due to these payments could severely dent debtheavy service providers such as Vodafone Idea.
Oil India moves Supreme Court over AGR order
The company has been served a notice of Rs 48,000 crores including licence fee, penalties and interest for the period from FY 2007-08 to FY 2018-19 by the department of Telecommunication (DoT).
Sahara chairman Subrata Roy appears in SC, says has paid most of his dues
Sahara chairman Subrata Roy on Friday claimed in the Supreme Court that he had cleared most of the dues demanded by the market regulator to pay public depositors in his group companies. Sebi informed the court that he had so far paid only a part of the money due, including interest.
Bharti Airtel regulatory head Ravi Gandhi quits
"Ravi Gandhi has resigned from Bharti Airtel and will continue to work with the company till March. He has expressed interest to pursue career outside the company," a person privy to the development said.
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