2G case: Unitech MD accuses Mathur of supporting old telecos

Unitech Limited MD Sanjay Chandra, facing trial in the 2G spectrum allocation case in a court here, on Tuesday accused former Telecom Secretary D S Mathur of "supporting" and "favouring" old telecom operators and their cartel.

Raja ordered LoIs for telecos which applied by Sep 25

Former Telecom Secretary D S Mathur on Thursday told a Delhi court that former Telecom Minister A Raja had "ordered" issuance of letter of intents (LoIs) to the telecom firms which had applied for 2G licences by September 25, 2007.

2G case: Raja accuses Mathur of deposing falsely against him

Former Telecom Minister A Raja on Tuesday accused his erstwhile Telecom Secretary D S Mathur in a Delhi court of deposing "falsely" against him under the fear of prosecution by the CBI in the 2G spectrum allocation case.

2G case: 'Applications of Tatas received after cut-off date'

Former Telecom Secretary D S Mathur on Monday told a Delhi court that Tatas had applied for GSM technology after the cut-off date for receipt of applications for the 2G licences, while he favoured examining all applications chronologically.

I did not misled Raja on spectrum availibility: Mathur to court

Former Telecom Secretary D S Mathur on Thursday denied in a Delhi court, hearing the 2G spectrum scam case, that he had "misled" ex-Telecom Minister A Raja in 2007 on the issue of availability of spectrum.

2G case: Court asks Raja, his counsel to be polite

Former Telecom Minister A Raja on Wednesday subjected erstwhile Telecom Secretary D S Mathur to intense questioning during his cross-examination in the 2G case, prompting the court to caution the DMK leader and his counsel against raising their voices.

2G: Ex-Telecom Secy D S Mathur likely to depose on Monday

Former Telecom Secretary Dinesh Shankar Mathur, a key prosecution witness in the 2G spectrum allocation case, is likely to depose before a Delhi court on Monday.