16 Dec '11, 10pm

India Central Bureau of Investigation files case against Singapore's largest Operator SingTel

A federal Indian agency is probing whether Singapore Telecommunications violated rules by entering into pacts with two local companies to provide services to its Indian clients, a junior Indian telecom minister said yesterday. The Central Bureau of Investigation has filed a case against SingTel, Mr Milind Deora told the Upper House of Parliament. SingTel had signed pacts with Bharti Airtel and Tata Communications to allow them to provide International Private Leased Circuits to its Indian clients. This, the government says, violated rules as SingTel does not have a telecom licence in India and is not allowed to acquire any local clients. International Private Leased Circuits connect various offices of a company to a single network. Mr Deora said the Department of Telecommunications had imposed a penalty of 500 million rupees (S$12.3 million) each on Bharti and Tata Communi...

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