1. India's top court orders telecoms to 'immediately' pay dues  Aljazeera.com
  2. Vodafone’s India venture on brink of collapse after court ruling  Financial Times
  3. Vodafone Idea shares tumble 23% after India orders it to pay billions in dues  TechCrunch
  4. SC wrong on telecom but govt must share the blame  The Financial Express
  5. Indian Supreme Court takes another step towards telco duopoly  Telecoms.com
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Analysts worry that the court's move could harm both India's government and the companies.Analysts worry that the court's move could harm both India's government and the companies.

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Shares of Vodafone Idea fell by more than 23% on Friday after India’s apex court ordered the country’s second-largest telecom operator and Airtel, the third-largest telecom network, to arrange and pay billions of dollars in dues in a month. In a strongly worded judgement, the Supreme Court rejected telecom networks’ application to defer paying historic […]Shares of Vodafone Idea fell by more than 23% on Friday after India’s apex court ordered the country’s second-largest telecom operator and Airtel, the third-largest telecom network, to arrange and pay billions of dollars in dues in a month. In a strongly worded judgement, the Supreme Court rejected telecom networks’ application to defer paying historic […]

Vodafone Idea shares tumble 23% after India orders it to pay billions in dues – TechCrunch

The Indian Supreme Court has rejected a plea from Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel to defer disputed spectrum licence fee payments, making the collapse of Vodafone Idea a realistic outcome.The Indian Supreme Court has rejected a plea from Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel to defer disputed spectrum licence fee payments, making the collapse of Vodafone Idea a realistic outcome.

Indian Supreme Court takes another step towards telco duopoly – Telecoms.com

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“From CNBC Awaaz Supreme Court likely to hear telecom companies AGR case on Friday. Telecom companies has filed modification Petition in Supreme Court for extension of time to make AGR Payment. @aseemmanchanda @shail_bhatnagar”

Yatin Mota on Twitter: "From CNBC Awaaz Supreme Court likely to hear telecom companies AGR case on Friday. Telecom companies has filed modification Petition in Supreme Court for extension of time to make AGR Payment. @aseemmanchanda @shail_bhatnagar"

The order issued by the UP (West) Telecom Circle asked 'all telecom service providers' to clear dues by 11.59 pm Friday.. Telecom dues. Vodafone. Airtel. Supreme court. DoT.The order issued by the UP (West) Telecom Circle asked 'all telecom service providers' to clear dues by 11.59 pm Friday.. Telecom dues. Vodafone. Airtel. Supreme court. DoT.

Clear dues by midnight, DoT tells telcos after SC rebuke

Mandar Deshpande, an Indian accounting and finance services officer, is the ‘desk officer’ who faced much of the Supreme Court’s ire over non-payment of dues by telecom firms.He had issued an order saMandar Deshpande, an Indian accounting and finance services officer, is the ‘desk officer’ who faced much of the Supreme Court’s ire over non-payment of dues by telecom firms.He had issued an order sa

AGR case: DoT’s ‘desk officer’ issued order after senior official’s nod - The Hindu

Supreme Court has dismissed all pleas of relief and modifications from RailTel, PowerGrid, Oil India, Airtel and Vodafone Idea.Supreme Court has dismissed all pleas of relief and modifications from RailTel, PowerGrid, Oil India, Airtel and Vodafone Idea.

Supreme Court Demands Sizeable AGR Dues from Telcos After Delay in Payment

A new ruling by the Supreme Court could signal the end of the road for the UK telecoms giant.A new ruling by the Supreme Court could signal the end of the road for the UK telecoms giant.

Will Vodafone hang up its business in India? - BBC News

India's Supreme Court has rejected an application to delay the payment of billions of dollars in backdated taxes and penalties that bankrupt Vodafone Idea.India's Supreme Court has rejected an application to delay the payment of billions of dollars in backdated taxes and penalties that bankrupt Vodafone Idea.

Vodafone's India operation on brink of bankruptcy after court ruling : CityAM

Supreme Court had ordered telecom companies to pay AGR dues of over ₹1 trillion to DoT by 23 January.Vodafone Idea owes the DoT ₹40,000 croreSupreme Court had ordered telecom companies to pay AGR dues of over ₹1 trillion to DoT by 23 January.Vodafone Idea owes the DoT ₹40,000 crore

Vodafone Idea board to meet today as options run out

Read more about AGR dues: DoT withdraws order seeking no coercive action against telcos on Business Standard. The department's move came after the Supreme Court directed the managing directors and directors of telcos and other firms to explain why contempt action be not taken against themThe department's move came after the Supreme Court directed the managing directors and directors of telcos and other firms to explain why contempt action be not taken against them

AGR dues: DoT withdraws order seeking no coercive action against telcos | Business Standard News

Airtel to pay ₹10,000 crore by February 20Airtel to pay ₹10,000 crore by February 20

SC pulls up DoT for non-collection of AGR dues - The Hindu BusinessLine

According to an industry source, the Indian conglomerate has a diversified businesses and revenue streams that include cement, fibres, financial services and non-ferrous metals. The groups consolidated revenue is about $48 bn, while telecom comprises only about 10% of the group revenues. “When we talk, it seems as if telecom is very big but its only 10%,” said the industry executive. According to an industry source, the Indian conglomerate has a diversified businesses and revenue streams that include cement, fibres, financial services and non-ferrous metals. The groups consolidated revenue is about $48 bn, while telecom comprises only about 10% of the group revenues. “When we talk, it seems as if telecom is very big but its only 10%,” said the industry executive.

Aditya Birla flagship companies well shielded - The Economic Times

The situation now is this: If it moves NCLT, it may get a moratorium, but will still have to answer SC.

Vodafone Idea: For Vodafone Idea, the choice now is equity infusion or bankruptcy: Analysts - The Economic Times

Department of Telecommunications has started issuing circle or zone-wise demand notices to telecom firms, asking them to clear pending licence fees and spectrum usage charges before 11:59 pm on February 14Department of Telecommunications has started issuing circle or zone-wise demand notices to telecom firms, asking them to clear pending licence fees and spectrum usage charges before 11:59 pm on February 14

AGR row: After SC rap, telecom dept orders operators to clear dues before midnight

Banking stocks with exposure to telecom operators declined on AGR verdict. Shares of IndusInd Bank and IDFC Bank hit new 52-week lows of Rs 1,777.60 and Rs 39.75, respectively. RBL Bank was down by nearly 3 percent, Axis Bank 2 percent, HDFC Bank 2 percent, Federal Bank 1.6 percent, and SBI 2.5 percent.Banking stocks with exposure to telecom operators declined on AGR verdict. Shares of IndusInd Bank and IDFC Bank hit new 52-week lows of Rs 1,777.60 and Rs 39.75, respectively. RBL Bank was down by nearly 3 percent, Axis Bank 2 percent, HDFC Bank 2 percent, Federal Bank 1.6 percent, and SBI 2.5 percent.

7 Banking Stocks With Exposure To Telecom Fall; 2 Hit 52-Week Low - Goodreturns

Explained: The Long History Of Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) Dispute Between DoT And Telecom CompaniesExplained: The Long History Of Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) Dispute Between DoT And Telecom Companies

Explained: The Long History Of Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) Dispute Between DoT And Telecom Companies

Explained: The Long History Of Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) Dispute Between DoT And Telecom Companies

AGR dues: Bharti Airtel wrote to DoT offering to pay Rs 10,000 crore by February 20. Vodafone India, which owes around Rs 53,000 crore did not comment on the issue.AGR dues: Bharti Airtel wrote to DoT offering to pay Rs 10,000 crore by February 20. Vodafone India, which owes around Rs 53,000 crore did not comment on the issue.

SC order on AGR dues: DoT scrambles for cover, Airtel Bharti says will pay Rs 10,000 crore by Feb 20 | Business News,The Indian Express