Modi Government sold national assets, has no right to rule: Senior Congress leader "The government which cannot manage power, telecom, railway, roads, airports, stadiums and gas pipelines has no right to remain in power," Sahai, flanked by J&K Pradesh Congress president G A Mir and other senior party leaders, told reporters here.
India needs fourth pillar of economic governance: Regulatory Reforms India could adopt the US system, where the selectees will need to appear before the subject legislative committees for confirmation. This will help everyone.
BSNL employees union opposes monetisation of telecom assets; to hold demonstration on Friday If monetisation of these assets is allowed, then the government's next target will be to monetise 7 lakh route kilometre length of optic fibre, it said.
Trai suggests creation of separate authorisation for access network provider The implementation of these recommendations is expected to result in increased sharing of network resources, reduction of cost, investment, and strengthening of the service delivery, and could also prove to be catalyst in proliferation of 5G services.