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Kashmir Likely To Get Back Mobile Telephony Services, Fixed Line Internet On Friday night

Sep 03, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

Following demise of the separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, mobile services, except on BSNL's postpaid, were snapped across the valley on Wednesday night as a pre-emptive measure.

Modi, Bhutanese PM Jointly Launch RuPay Card Phase-II

Nov 20, 2020 PTI

Both the prime ministers had jointly launched Phase-I of the project during Modi's state visit to Bhutan in August last year.


After Govt Says No To Chinese Equipment, BSNL Cancels 4G Tender; Emphasis On ‘Make In India’

Official sources said that the government had told BSNL not to use Chinese equipment in 4G upgrade, and that implementation of the direction meant that the company had to issue a new tender.

No Chinese Equipment For 4G Upgradation, Centre To Tell BSNL: Report

Jun 18, 2020 PTI

The Department of Telecom is considering measures to urge private telecom operators to bring down their dependence on Chinese-made telecom equipment.


Centre Announces Merger Of BSNL, MTNL To Revive State-Owned Telecom Entities

Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, in a press conference, clarified that neither MTNL nor BSNL was being closed or divested, allaying apprehensions of employees and users.

28 December, 2018

TRAI Recommends Spectrum Charges For BSNL's Satellite Phone Services Be Fixed At 1 Per Cent

Outlook Web Bureau

TRAI has favoured that upfront formula-based spectrum charges be replaced with adjusted gross revenue (AGR)-based fees when it comes to BSNL's satellite services through INMARSAT.


16 October, 2018

Nokia, BSNL Join Hands To Develop 5G Ecosystem In India

Outlook Web Bureau

Nokia's Chennai facility recently crossed the four-million unit production milestone in its 10th year of operation. BSNL is already working with Nokia and Chinese player ZTE on a 5G technology roadmap.



12 November, 2017

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A man carries a girl across the Rio Grande river as migrants, many from Haiti, leave Del Rio, Texas to return to Ciudad Acuna, Mexico, some to avoid possible deportation from the U.S. and others to get supplies.

AP Photo/Fernando Llano

People wearing protective masks are seen on a train that is traveling through Shinjuku district in Tokyo.

AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato

Framed through a cave opening at Ita Pyta Punta or Cape Red Rock, empty boats sit moored on the banks of the Paraguay River, in Asuncion, Paraguay amid a prolonged drought, resulting in low water levels.

AP Photo/Jorge Saenz

White flags that are part of artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg's "In America: Remember," a temporary art installation to commemorate Americans who have died of COVID-19, stand on the National Mall in Washington.

AP Photo/Patrick Semansky

Pope Francis gives the thumbs up as he leaves after his weekly general audience in the Paul VI Hall at the Vatican.

AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino
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