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Top 10 stories of the week: October 03rd to October 09th 2016

In no particular order, here are MediaNama’s top 10 stories of the week ended 09th October 2016 MediaNama would like to thank its sponsors: Info Edge, Fortumo, Mapmyindia and E2E for their support. - Updated: AskMe allowed to hold board meeting by Company Law Tribunal Update: An Astro (AENL) spokesperson told MediaNama, “Whilst the Board meeting was scheduled for Sept 30th, it could not take place as many of the directors were unavailable to attend. A petition is being raised with the court with a request for a change of date.”   Read it here. - MobiKwik will start offering loans to its wallet users Digital wallet MobiKwik is looking to enter the lending space by Diwali and the company is in the process of tying up with a number of non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) for the same. This was first reported by the Economic Times and a spokesperson confirmed the development. Read it here. - 37 Internet Shutdowns in India in 11 states since 2015 Mobile Internet services have been suspended in Kashmir for the past 87 days. There has been a sharp increase in both the frequency and duration of ICT shutdowns in the past two years. We have been tracking ICT shutdowns since 2012 as part of our research for the Freedom on the Net- India Report (2014 and 2015).Read it here. - Auctions 2016 Day 2: Rs 56,792 Cr in bids; 1800 MHz, 2300 MHz continues to see demand The DoT received bids worth Rs 56,792…

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