All parties to Sistema dispute free to take legal recourse: India

Russia, which has been conveying its unhappiness over the issue time and again, had earlier said the row over Sistema will have "great repercussion" not only on Indo-Russian bilateral cooperation but also for foreign investments in India.

2G case: Raja to cross examine A K Srivastava today

Former Telecom Minister A Raja will start cross-examining a key prosecution witness in the 2G spectrum allocation scam case in a Delhi court on Monday.

Floor price for spectrum auction fixed at Rs 14,000 crore

The auction is crucial for companies like Uninor and Sistema Shyam Teleservices, who have time till September 7 to offer their services after which they will be forced to close down their operations in case they fail to get a licence.

Russia warns India on Sistema investment deal

Russia has hinted at Indian investment in its oil and gas fields getting impacted in the wake of problems its telecom major Sistema faces here due to the cancellation of its 2G licences.

2G: SC allows government to withdraw its review plea

The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed government to withdraw its petition seeking review of the 2G judgement after rapping it for circulating a letter on its intention to various parties linked to the matter.

2G verdict: DoT to examine legal implications of SC order

The Department of Telecom will study the legal implications of the Supreme Court order cancelling 122 2G telecom licenses before deciding on the future course of action.