Telecom Politics

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April 1, 2016

 

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It was thus found important to separate the regulatory arm from the service arm. To meet this objective, Government initiated corporatization of major telecom bodies and DOT created the autonomous Telecom Regulatory Authority of India to provide an effective regulatory framework to the industry. The important powers and actions of TRAI were (Vittal, 1997) ? Arbitration in disputes among service providers, although this was later assigned to the Telecom Disputes Settlement And Appellate Tribunal in 2000 (TDSAT, n...
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It was thus found important to separate the regulatory arm from the service arm. To meet this objective, Government initiated corporatization of major telecom bodies and DOT created the autonomous Telecom Regulatory Authority of India to provide an effective regulatory framework to the industry. The important powers and actions of TRAI were (Vittal, 1997) ? Arbitration in disputes among service providers, although this was later assigned to the Telecom Disputes Settlement And Appellate Tribunal in 2000 (TDSAT, n...
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