Update: Telenor has promoted Sharad Mehrotra as its head of distribution for Asia region from his current role as Uninor's Chief Sales Officer. In this new role, Mehrotra will be responsible for implementing Uninor's mass market distribution approach, trade partnership model and cluster approach towards conducting and measuring its business in other Asian operations. Telenor has also promoted Rajeev Sethi as Uninor's Chief Marketing Officer from his current role as Uninor's Circle Business Head - UP East circle. In this new role, Sethi will be responsible for Uninor's marketing, new product development, customer lifecycle management and sales and distribution initiatives across the country. Earlier (Feb 13): Telenor group has reported total India revenues of NOK 810 million (around Rs 7.96 billion) for the quarter ending December 31, 2012, a 13.5% decline from NOK 863 million (Rs 8.48 billion) in the previous quarter and a decline from NOK 936 million (Rs 9.2 billion) revenues in the same quarter last year. The company attributed this decline to the scaling down of its operations to 6 best performing circles in India. It registered an EBITDA loss of NOK 327 million (Rs 3.21 billion), lower than the previous quarter loss of NOK 408 million (Rs 4 billion) and significantly lower than NOK 582 million (Rs 5.71 billion) in the same quarter last year. The operating loss stood at NOK 444 million (Rs 4.36 billion), a significant improvement from NOK 4.98 billion (Rs 48.93 billion) loss in the same quarter last year. For the year ending 2012, Telenor group reported total…
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