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Bharti Airtel to buy 4.7% stake in Indus Towers from Vodafone Plc

Bharti Airtel to buy 4.7% stake in Indus Towers from Vodafone Plc

New Delhi: Bharti Airtel has entered an agreement to buy 4.7 percent stake in Indus Towers from Vodafone Plc, the former said in an exchange filing on February 25. “Airtel has accordingly entered into an agreement with Vodafone on one condition that the amount paid shall be inducted by Vodafone

Bharti Airtel to acquire 25% stake in Bengaluru-based startup Lavelle Networks

Bharti Airtel to acquire 25% stake in Bengaluru-based startup Lavelle Networks

New Delhi: Bharti Airtel on Monday said it would acquire 25% equity stake in Bengaluru-based technology startup Lavelle Networks for an undisclosed amount. The agreement is subject to applicable statutory approvals. Lavelle Networks specialises in Software-defined wide area network solutions and it serves a range of industry segments. Its platform

Google to invest ₹ 7,400 cr in Airtel, take 1.28% stake

Google to invest ₹ 7,400 cr in Airtel, take 1.28% stake

New Delhi: In order to push India’s digital ecosystem, Google is reportedly planing to invest up to $1 billion in a multi-year agreement in telecom major Bharti Airtel, the search engine giant announced on Friday. Airtel, in a regulatory filing, said, “As part of this partnership, Google intends to invest

Google to invest up to $1 billion in Bharti Airtel, buy 1.28% stake

Google to invest up to $1 billion in Bharti Airtel, buy 1.28% stake

New Delhi: The board of Bharti Airtel has approved issuance of 7.1 crore equity shares to Google on preferential basis, the telecom major announced on January 28. India’s second largest telecom operator will partner search engine giant Google on a long-term, multi-year agreement to accelerate the growth of country’s digital

SC allows govt appeal against giving Airtel Rs 923 crore as GST refund

SC allows govt appeal against giving Airtel Rs 923 crore as GST refund

The Supreme Court on Thursday barred the country’s leading wireless telecom company – Bharti Airtel – from seeking Goods and Services Tax (GST) refund of ₹ 923 crore. The top court allowed the government’s plea against issuance of refund and set aside Delhi High Court order that provided relief to