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MUMBAI The Indian telecoms regulator's decision to reduce a fee operators pay each other for calls made from one network to another could help upstart operator Reliance Jio to step up its aggressive push for market share.
MUMBAI Shares in Indian telecoms company Reliance Communications Ltd extended losses on Thursday, falling nearly 3 percent, a day after the local arm of Sweden's Ericsson filed a plea with an insolvency court against Reliance Communications.
(This Aug 25 story corrects paragraph 21 to show U.S.-listed shares trade on NYSE, not Nasdaq)
MUMBAI/BENGALURU The return of former boss Nandan Nilekani to Infosys is intended as a return to normality for investors and the tech company's 200,000 employees, drawing a line under the bitter public battle between board members and founders.
NEW DELHI India is deploying thousands of riot police and shutting down internet services in two northern states, as it prepares for the sentencing on Monday of a self-styled 'godman' whose followers went on the rampage after he was convicted of rape on Friday.
MUMBAI Indian IT services firm Infosys named Nandan Nilekani, one of its founders and former heads, as chairman on Thursday in a bid to end a lengthy feud between the board and the company's founders.
MUMBAI A planned $2 billion share buyback by Infosys failed to lift shares in India's No. 2 IT services company, which dropped on Monday for a second straight trading day on concerns over a dispute between its board and founders.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI A train came off the tracks in northern India on Saturday, killing about 20 people and injuring scores more, as carriages slammed into each other, officials said. | Video
MUMBAI/BENGALURU The dramatic departure of Vishal Sikka as chief executive of Infosys, following a months-long public battle with the tech giant's founders, has left the company with another messy problem: how to find someone willing to replace him.
MUMBAI India's second-biggest IT firm Infosys said on Saturday it will buy back shares worth up to 130 billion rupees (1.55 billion pounds), a day after Vishal Sikka resigned as chief executive after a long-running feud with the company's founders.
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