India 'Scandal' Update

Ray Le Maistre
12/23/2010

7:00 AM -- Another day and another round of developments in the ongoing political and economic ructions surrounding the award of 2G mobile licenses in India. (See India Telecom 2010: In the Shadow of Scandal and Indian Operators Face Bill Shock.)

Efforts are underway in India to break the political deadlock caused by the 2G spectrum license "scandal," reports Bloomberg.

Meanwhile, former telecom minister A Raja is due to be "interrogated" Friday about his role in the award of 2G licenses, reports AFP. (See India's Telecom Minister Quits.)

— Ray Le Maistre, International Managing Editor, Light Reading

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