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NTT to take over mobile unit Docomo private for USD 40 billion

NTT to take over mobile unit Docomo private for USD 40 billion

Japanese telecom giant Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) on Tuesday announced a takeover bid worth about USD 40 billion to acquire a 1...Read More

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CCI approves Tatas’ acquisition of Docomo stake in TTSL

New Delhi : Fair trade regulator CCI has approved Tatas’ purchase of 21.63 per cent stake in group firm Tata Teleservices from Japan’s NT...Read More

Delhi High Court dismisses RBI’s plea in Tata-Docomo case

Delhi High Court dismisses RBI’s plea in Tata-Docomo case

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed the Reserve Bank of India’s application opposing the enforcement of an arbitral award...Read More

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HC reserves verdict on Tata-Docomo arbitral award enforcement

New Delhi : The Delhi High Court on Wednesday  reserved its verdict on Japanese telecom major NTT Docomo’s plea to enforce the $ 1.17 bil...Read More

Tata Sons start afresh by agreeing to pay USD 1 .18 billion to DOCOMO

Tata Sons start afresh by agreeing to pay USD 1 .18 billion to DOCOMO

Tata Sons had decided to end the long-pending dispute with NTT DOCOMO, Japan. This is first major decision made after the appointment of ...Read More

Tata Sons hits out at Mistry; accuses him of betraying trust

Tata Sons hits out at Mistry; accuses him of betraying trust

Mumbai : Launching a scathing attack on ousted chairman Cyrus Mistry, Tata Sons on Thursday accused him of betraying trust and trying to ...Read More

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Docomo moves US court to enforce LCIA award against Tatas

New Delhi : Japanese telecom firm NTT DoCoMo on Friday said that it has moved a US court to force its estranged Indian partner Tata Group...Read More

Foreign firms being lured to ‘Make in India’

Foreign firms being lured to ‘Make in India’

It is good that the government has finally recognized the urgent need for making India a more open FDI destination to attract MNCs to inv...Read More

Tata Sons told to pay $1.17 bn as damages to DoCoMo

Tata Sons told to pay $1.17 bn as damages to DoCoMo

Mumbai: Tata Sons, the holding arm of India’s largest business conglomerate, has been asked by an international arbitration panel to pay ...Read More

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