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Committed to making requisite investments in India: Vodafone

Telecom operator Vodafone India Monday said it is committed to making the required investments and the comments by its non-executive Chairman Analjit Singh of not investing in the sector were made in his personal capacity as an investor.

Will not invest in telecom sector again: Analjit Singh

Former non-executive Chairman of Vodafone India Analjit Singh will not invest in the telecom sector again, and will look for other options for making investments.

Vodafone takes full control of Indian unit

UK-based Vodafone on Friday said it now fully own its Indian subsidiary with the acquisition of equity stakes held by Analjit Singh and Piramal Enterprises for Rs 10,142 crore.

Piramal to sell Vodafone India stake for Rs 8,900 crore

Piramal Enterprises on Thursday said it will sell its 11 per cent stake in Vodafone India to the UK based telecom giant for Rs 8,900 crore.

'Vodafone payment to Analjit Singh consistent with agreement'

A day after FIPB cleared Vodafone plc buying out minority stakeholders for Rs 10,141 crore in its India arm, Vodafone India's Non Executive Chairman Analjit Singh Tuesday said payments being made to him were consistent with agreement he had signed with the British telecom giant.

Analjit sees no hurdle to Voda bid to raise stake

Vodafone India Chairman Analjit Singh, who is also a minority shareholder in the company, expects no hurdle to the British major's application to raise its stake in the local unit to 100 percent.

'Vodafone to start start tax pre-conciliation talks with govt'

Faced with over Rs 11,200 crore tax liability, Vodafone India chief Analjit Singh on Thursday said the company will start the pre-conciliation talks with government to settle the dispute.

Vodafone tax: Analjit Singh meets FM, says keen to settle issue

This is the first time that a top official from Vodafone has met Finance Minister P Chidambaram, after the government decided to settle the Rs 11,217 crore tax issue through conciliation.

Vodafone for amicable solution to tax issue

Vodafone India Chairman Analjit Singh on Tuesday met Finance Minister P Chidambaram with a fresh proposal for early resolution to the tax dispute over which government has offered conciliation.

ED summons Vodafone's Analjit Singh in FEMA case

Vodafone non-executive Chairman Analjit Singh has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate with regard to an alleged foreign exchange violations case being probed by it against the telecom major.

Vodafone's Analjit Singh meets Fin Secy

Vodafone India's non executive chairman Analjit Singh Thursday met Finance Secretary R S Gujral and is believed to have discussed tax-related issues, amid the spat between the Ministry and the company over the issue of notifying the telco of its Hutch-related liabilities.

Vodafone: Amending laws not investor-friendly, but won't quit India

Telecom major Vodafone today said the government's move to retrospectively amend income tax laws does not augur well for investors but asserted that it has no plan to exit India.