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Chidambaram must resign: BJP

With the Supreme Court leaving it to the trial court to decide on probe against Home Minister P. Chidambaram in 2G case, BJP on Thursday demanded his resignation till the matter is settled.

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We can be proud of Supreme Court: Swamy after 2G order

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Janta Party leader Subramanian Swamy on Thursday welcomed the Supreme Court order cancelling 122 licences granted to telecom companies during the tenure of former communications minister A. Raja.

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Sibal meets PM after SC judgement

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Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal on Thursday met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh shortly after the Supreme Court judgement that canncelled all 122 licences issued in January, 2008.

He is understood t

Customers won't be troubled by cancellation of 2G licences

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Even though the Supreme Court on Thursday ordered cancellation of 122 telecom licences, customers will not be affected much as firms have been given four months to cease operations, allowing ample tim

Telecom scrips push Sensex higher

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Indian equities markets on Thursday were trading higher in the afternoon backed by gains in established telecom scrips, which were expected to gain after the Supreme Court cancelled 122 licences issue

Government will study SC order, implications: Pranab

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The Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government reacted cautiously to the Supreme Court verdict on Thursday canceling 122 telecom licences issued during jailed former communications minister A

2G: No indictment of telecom policy, says Sibal

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In the aftermath of Supreme Court cancelling the grant of 122 2G licences to telecom operators, Union Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal says the government will abide by the apex court ruling.

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2G telecom scam: Chronology of events

Following is the chronology of events in the 2G scam case in which the Supreme Court on Thursday cancelled 122 licenses granted during the tenure of A. Raja as telecom minister:

*May 2007: Raja take

Consolidation to happen in mobile telephony sector: Analysts

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The Supreme Court's order on Thursday cancelling 122 telecom licences issued by the UPA government will result in consolidation by existing players and freeing of pricing power to the incumbent player

Court blames implementation, not government: Sibal

Seeking to put a brave face, Communications Minister Kapil Sibal on Thursday said the Supreme Court order on telecom licences did not indict Prime Minister Manmohan Singh but was a criticism of the po

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