The telecom regulator on 21 Feb recommended changes to the merger & acquisition (M&A) rules with an aim to speed up deal closures and reduce legal disputes. It has suggested that in case of a judicial intervention on the issue of one-time spectrum charge (OTSC) in M&A deals, the ''transferor'' or seller entity and not the ''transferee'' (read: buyer) should give a bank guarantee, equivalent to the demand raised by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT).
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is organizing a seminar on “Emergence of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning” in Kolkata with the objective of providing a platform for deliberation, discussion and exchange of views on key issues relating to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The seminar will be attended by eminent experts in the field of academia and representatives from the industry. Relevant details of the seminar are given below for information of interested participants:
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) had issued a Consultation Paper on "Transparency in Publishing of Tariff Offers" on 27th November 2019. The last date for receiving written comments from the stakeholders was fixed as 26th December 2019 and thereafter counter comments by 9th January 2020.