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News Digest: TCS, Vodafone, Snap MyLife & more


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– TCS Launches Digital Publishing Platform at MarkLogic 2012. Read more on Marketwatch

– Vodafone ignored CBDT advice with regard to tax liability. Read more on The Economic Times

– MTS Climbs to Nine-Month High as India Buyout Concern Fades. Read more on Bloomberg

– Shyam Ponappa: The coming telecom monopoly. Read more on Business-Standard

– Telecom honchos meet key ministers against TRAI’s proposals. Read more on NYDailyNews

– TDSAT stays penalty on Airtel. Read more on ZEENEWS

– Niira Radia’s PR firm lobbied for Tata Teleservices: Chandolia. Read more on The Economic Times

– Sistema sends another missive to Govt on 2G. Read more on thehindubusinessline

– Mobile banking in India does not need a one-size-fits-all solution. Read more on DNA

– Snap MyLife Launches Operations in India; Expands Executive Ranks with Reji Baby to Serve as Vice President of R&D. Read more on Marketwatch

– DoT panel picks holes in TRAI’s proposals on unified licence regime. Read more on thehindubusinessline

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– Vodafone India ups price for Mumbai contract users. Read more on livemint

– PCB invites proposals for PPL.Read more on Daily Times

– Telenor May Leave India as Fee Dispute Prompts Write-Off. Read more on Bloomberg

– SingTel Global to double headcount in India. Read more on The Economic Times

– Rs 38 cr penalty on Sistema Shyam quashed. Read more on The Indian Express

– Centre plans to set up 2,200 mobile towers to track Naxals. Read more on Deccan Herald

– DoT empanels Tech Mahindra in the IPv6 transition program. Read more on Telecom Tiger

– TRAI to not get powers to issue licences to telecom firms, says DoT. Read more on The Economic Times

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