New Delhi: The Etisalat DB and TDSAT will come up for hearing on Monday in the Delhi High Court. Telecom tribunal TDSAT issued a notice to Etisalat DB on Reliance Infratel's plea seeking to recover Rs 1,200 crore from the operator which had taken its telecom infrastructure on lease.
A TDSAT bench headed by its chairman, Justice SB Sinha, asked the company to file a reply within two weeks and posted the matter on March 5 for next hearing.
Etisalat had recently announced its exit from the Indian markets after the Supreme Court's recent ruling in the 2G scam, cancelling licenses of 122 operators.
10:02 AM, Mar 05, 2012
New Delhi: When Rahul Dravid steps out to bat against the West Indies in the first Test at the Sabina Park in Jamaica on Monday, he would complete 15 years in international cricket. Yes, the pin-up boy of Indian cricket and one of the few good men left in the game has now graced the gentleman's game for a decade and a half. With an ever-present resolute look and focus...
08:44 PM, Feb 05, 2008