– According to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, over 130 million mobile subscribers have registered with the national do not call registry till Aug 25. Read more at Voicendata

– In a stern warning to telecom operators Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) chairman J S Sarma said mobile operators should not increase rates at will and the regulator would have to “intervene” to protect the interest of consumers. Read more at Business-Standard

– President Vsevolod Rozanov said that the Indian government’s new telecommunications policy expected in October would influence its decision on whether to hold an initial public offering in the country. Read more at Foxbusiness

– Joint Parliamentary Committee upset over I-T’s tardy pace of 2G scam probe. Read more at The Times of India

– Bharti TCIL closer to ending Hexacom dispute. Read more at Livemint

– The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) placed the report of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on the 2G spectrum’s value before its special court hearing the airwaves’ allocation scam. Read more at The Economic Times

– Technology not protest marches, might be the biggest eradicator of corruption in India where under-the-table bribes thrive in the world of face-to-face transactions. Read more at Reuters

– Telecom department still reluctant to okay Essar-Vodafone deal. Read more at Dnaindia

– Telecom minister Kapil Sibal’s decision to issue showcause notice for cancelling 74 mobile permits will free up 180.4 MHz of second generation (2G) GSM airwaves across the country an analysis by ET reveals. Read more at The Economic Times

– The department of telecommunications (DoT) is considering the introduction of a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) model to set up a wireless broadband network in rural areas. Read more at Business-Standard

– e-Shop where you can return. Read more at Dnaindia

– Anytime anywhere access of internet may soon become a possibility as envisaged in the draft of the first National Policy on IT 2011. Read more at The Economic Times

– e-Commerce: Can the dotcom majors cope with their rising expectations?. Read more at The Economic Times

– Security personnel at the Delhi High Court will not be able to talk on mobile phones or flip through newspapers from Monday as Delhi Police has issued strict instructions against this. Read more at Zeenews